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Author: Erin Cummings

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Welcome to Kappa Kappa Cancer, hosted by Erin Cummings. This podcast was created by a cancer survivor for cancer survivors and cancer patients. She dives deep into what it's really like to go through treatment and isn't afraid to discuss what others won't tell you.
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Charlie Newhart

I appreciate your transparency with your journey. I'm a grateful Cancer Survivor as well and I heard tons of stupid S*%&. I'm a black male and I didn't lose my hair while on chemo but it got really straight. Like I had a perm. People literally asked me, what kind of chemo I was on. "Why aren't you bald Charlie?" So while I was on chemo everyone thought I was either Puerto Rican or lying about chemo. So I got all the stupid questions that go along with that...haha....but overall I've been Cancer free for 25 years and I'm grateful.

Feb 13th
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Cheryl Cummings

Loved this episode and hope you have John C on the show again. Very insightful information and your suggestions will help all those who have friends and family diagnosed with Cancer and don't know what to say or do. Great show

Feb 10th
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Steven Moyo

This is the first podcast I am subscribing to.. You're an inspiration, a force and a straight up G!

Feb 7th
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Jennifer Crouch

I would like to know, how your dealing with the lack of sensation in your breasts? I had a bilateral mastectomy in February 2018, I opted for reconstruction surgery, but my nipples could not be saved. So I pretty much hate looking at myself and my boobs hurt all the time. Implants are uncomfortable, but I don't know if it's psychological or truly physical? I don't like letting my husband touch them or even see them.. Please lend some advice or even the support that I am not crazy and this happens.. thanks so much for your podcasts!!

Feb 7th
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Mike Green

Is there anything you can’t do? Actress, philanthropist, rockstar warrior superhero, smoke show, podcaster. Best of luck with this but you won’t need it, it’s brilliant and important.

Feb 7th
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Emily Fitz Seymour

THIS IS AWESOME!!! You totally rock. What an awesome way to connect with other women. You are a brave rockstar “warrior” I am proud to know you! Thanks for being so brave in sharing your story ❤️❤️❤️

Feb 6th
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Allison Fitz Clark

This is fantastic Erin! You are a warrior. PS this also reminded me that I'm overdue for my mammogram...Calling right now!

Feb 6th
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Heather Mann

I cant wait to hear this!! 2x survivor by age 42 and I tell everyone like it is. No reason to hold back on bad, good, or indifferent. Thank you for making this podcast!

Feb 6th
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America Campbell

Erin is amazing. So brave, so inspirational. So personal and yet so relatable. She effortlessly brings levity to this heavy subject, while also providing valuable information and invaluable emotional support. With her, we’re learning and laughing, through the toughest of challenges. Loving this warrior!

Feb 6th
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Jennifer Crouch

Got diagnosed with stage 2 her 2 positive breast cancer, in 2017.. I was only 33 year's old. I could have used this podcast to help me. I love it! people don't understand that it's not going through the motions of cancer treatment it's the aftermath that I struggle with every day!! I struggle with while I am now and how much my body has been though.. I am not the same.. please keep going!! I love having someone to listen to that hits home

Feb 6th
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Jonathan Clark

As a 'survivor' of having Grade 4 Brain Cancer, this episode and ultimately this podcast is great for someone like me to hear. It's great to hear from someone else who has gone through the same amount of ordeals as myself and countless others. Thank you once again for putting out this podcast.

Feb 5th
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Myr Leake

Good luck! I am a 50 year survivor. Radical in '68. Your podcast sounds wonderful. I was a sales rep and a mastectomy fitter after my surgery . I loved every minute of my job bringing laughter and hope. Thanks for bringing your joy of life to others.

Feb 5th
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Kelly DuBose

Brilliantly entertaining and very informative! An absolute must listen for cancer warriors as well as those affected by the big C otherwise.

Feb 3rd
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Cheryl Cummings

This should be so helpful to those who have been and those just diagnosed with breast cancer and to the friends and family it affects. We are all wanting to help lift the spirits of those with Cancer, but many times what we say isn't how it is percieved by those affected. This should help many who don't know what to say or do to help.

Feb 1st
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