Episodes

All
  • All
  • More Than Pink Episodes
  • Real Pink Podcast Episodes

What’s Your Family History? with Susan M. Domchek, MD

 Even though you cannot change your genetic makeup, knowing your family health history can help you reduce your risk of developing any kind of health concerns. Today, we’ll learn about how to better understand your risk of breast cancer, how to talk with your doctor and how to make better informed choices.  We’re going to…

Breast Cancer is Unacceptable with Paula Schneider

Every 13 minutes, one woman will lose her life to breast cancer. That is unacceptable. As we enter into National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Real Pink speaks to those on the front lines in the fight against breast cancer and those touched by this devastating disease. About Paula Paula Schneider is president and CEO of…

Becoming a Change Agent through Public Policy Advocacy with Jamie Jones

Last month, more than 250 breast cancer patients, survivors and advocates representing Susan G. Komen® traveled to the nation’s capital to call on federal legislators with one voice and ask them to support funding and policies that improve the lives of those impacted by breast cancer.  This annual Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C., included visits…

Supporting a Loved One with Metastatic Breast Cancer with Michael Allio

About Michael It’s TRUE when they say that life could never prepare you enough for a cancer diagnosis. This was especially true for Laura and Michael Allio After being together for nearly 10 years, college sweethearts Laura and Michael Allio decided to tie the knot in 2012. Their lives appeared to be on the right…

When you Don’t Have the Words with Molly Grantham

Many of our listeners here at Real Pink are breast cancer survivors, and they know first-hand the fear, confusion, anxiety of a breast cancer diagnosis. In this episode, we guest Molly Grantham shares insights on answering the questions: “What can you do to really help? What should you say? Is it better to just listen?”…

Everyone Deserves To Grow Up With a Mom with Kyla Thompson

In this episode, guest host Suzanne Stone of the More Than Pink podcast chats with Kyla Thompson, founder of #pinkkids about losing her mom to breast cancer. “It’s not just about changing the future, but changing the present, and creating an online space where the children of moms with breast cancer can connect and not…

Find Your Fierce with Emily Poeschl

Many of us are searching for ways to lead and create the positive change the world needs right now. While the problems of the world are too great to solve alone, there is no challenge we cannot tackle together. On today’s episode, Emily Poeschl joins the podcast to discuss “finding your fierce,” and being a…

Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer with Carol Smith

Today, it’s estimated that at least 154,000 people in the U.S. have Stage IV, or metastatic, breast cancer. Although metastatic breast cancer currently cannot be cured, it can still be treated – focusing on living a longer, healthier life with breast cancer. In this episode, Carol Smith shares her story of living with MBC. About…

Talking to Your Doctor with Dr. Reshma Jagsi

Clear and honest communication with your physician can help you both make smart choices about your health. As a patient, you are not powerless when it comes to effective communication – both in the exam room and after you leave the doctor’s office. There are things you can (and should) do to ensure your voice…

How a Breast Cancer Diagnosis Affects Your Mental Health with Abigail (Abbie) Letts O’Brien

Everyone affected by breast cancer knows the physical hardship it can bring. What’s less commonly talked about, but also important, is how breast cancer affects patients’ and survivors’ mental health. The rigors of treatment breast cancer treatment — while life-saving — are difficult, leaving many women depressed, anxious, or feeling alone. From anxiety about the…

Managing Side Effects and Supportive Care with Dr. Lisa Newman

In this episode, Dr. Lisa Newman, an internationally renowned breast surgeon and researcher, shares insight on how to manage side effects caused by breast cancer and breast cancer treatment itself. About Dr. Newman A New York City native, Dr. Newman received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Harvard University in 1981, a medical degree in…

Living with Breast Cancer with Jamil Rivers

It’s estimated that at least 154,000 people in the U.S. have Stage IV, or metastatic, breast cancer. Although metastatic breast cancer currently cannot be cured, it can still be treated, with most therapies focusing on living a longer, healthier life with breast cancer. About Jamil In this episode, Jamil Rivers shares her story of living…