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Right Here - A Podcast From Texas Oncology

Right Herea podcast from Texas Oncology shares stories of hope and inspiration from people whose lives are touched by cancer.

Our patients are the experts in showing what is possible when they can connect with healthcare teams and communities of support to find comfort, encouragement, and inspiration – despite a cancer diagnosis.

We believe that patients shouldn’t have to decide between staying close to their support system and receiving expert care. Because when they’re in the fight of their life, they deserve to have everything it takes to win.

We hope you enjoy listening to Right Herea podcast from Texas Oncology. You’ve come to the Right place, and we’re glad you’re Here.
Pearce Murphy was a happy-go-lucky fourth grader who loved playing baseball, building pillow forts, and bonding with his three other siblings. Until one day he returned from summer camp with a stomachache that wouldn't go away. After multiple tests and possible theories including everything but cancer, Pearce was diagnosed with stage three, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Burkitt's type B. His mom, Janise, credits the tumors doctors found with saving his life, since the obstruction made it hard for him to keep food down.
play 12 min 39 sec
April Samuels, a talented and tenacious drummer, treated her triple negative breast cancer exactly as she would any drum… beat it and don’t quit. Thanks to her unwavering determination and her drive to turn a negative into a positive, April is not only cancer-free, but she is using her experiences to help others battling cancer through her non-profit, Breast Cancer Can Stick It!.
play 13 min 38 sec
Lyndsay Levingston was a successful journalist with a thriving career in New York City when she discovered she had breast cancer. She now faced the biggest story of her life: the battleground in her own body.
play 15 min 36 sec
Lisa and Erica are two women in Texas who had never met, were both diagnosed with cancer, and were not immediately in love with the idea of a so-called support group. Despite this hesitation, they gave it a try, and good thing they did.
play 16 min 01 sec
Sydney had just given birth when she started experiencing strange symptoms. First rib pain, then back pain that wouldn't let up, which disabled her from picking up her three-month-old daughter. She saw an orthopedic specialist who advised her to take some ibuprofen, but something told Sydney that wasn't going to do the trick. After seeking additional medical advice, Sydney soon learned she had acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and required immediate and aggressive treatment.
play 22 min 13 sec
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