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In this episode of Leukaemia Chatters we spoke to our new poet-in-residence Jamie Woods, an acute promyelocytic leukaemia (APL) patient. We spoke to Jamie about the power over poetry, how it's impacted his experience with leukaemia and what he hopes to achieve in the role.
In this month's episode, we mark the ten-year anniversary of Peter's stem cell transplant he received from his donor David. We discussed Peter's initial diagnosis with MDS, the reality of the transplant process from both of their perspectives and how that day has come to impact both of their lives.
On this episode of Leukaemia Chatters, we chatted with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) patient Helen Wood, who spent two years after diagnosis on Watch and Wait. As a part of this April's Left to #WatchWaitWorry campaign, Helen shares her experiences of coming to terms with Watch and Wait, the resources and support that were available to her during this time and what she thinks needs to improve for patients in the UK.
In this month's Leukaemia Chatters podcast, we talk to Bailey about his childhood diagnosis of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), his journey into acting, and the notable stops he's made along the way including Watford Square, and most recently, the set of Bridgerton season 2.
In this month's episode we talk about Kes' struggle to get a diagnosis, how she handled active monitoring/ Watch and Wait and the wider impact her stem cell transplant has had on her life.
This month we chatted to Naomi Roberts about being diagnosed 3 days before the first lockdown in March 2020, her experience with stem cell transplant and the impact on her time at university
In this month's edition of Leukaemia Chatters we spoke to Anthony Hyde about his chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) diagnosis, which happened to be during the festive season, how he went on to write his own book following his CML experience and more.
In this month's edition of Leukaemia Chatters we spoke to Nick York, LC's very own Patient Advocacy Healthcare Liaison Officer and chronic lymphocytic leukaemia(CLL) patient. We talked to Nick about the methods he's used to protect himself as an immunocompromised person, the isolating impact of shielding and how he plans on spending Christmas.
On this month's episode of Leukaemia Chatters we spoke to Dharmesh Mehta, LC Trustee and CML patient. We chatted about how he came to be diagnosed, jumping out of a plane in the name of fundraising and the steps he took to get to grips with his CML.
In this final podcast for blood cancer awareness month we spoke to acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL)patient Bansri Dhokia. We chatted to Bansri about her experience getting diagnosed mid-pandemic, her treatment and stem cell transplant and her desire to get the BAME community talking about blood cancer.
STV News Reporter Laura Boyd was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) in September 2009. This #WorldCMLDay, Laura was kind enough to speak to our Patient Advocacy Manager Charlotte on our podcast Leukaemia Chatters! They talk about how she was diagnosed, the impact of her leukaemia on her attempts to have a child, the reality of living with a chronic leukaemia and more.
We chatted to Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones MBE about his life, the turns of his career that have culminated in his "The Black Farmer" range, and his diagnosis and treatment of acute myeloid leukaemia (AML)
This month we chatted to acute promyelocytic leukaemia (APL) patient, Jamie Woods. We discussed how he came to be diagnosed, coming to terms with his survivor's guilt, and the impact his leukaemia experience has had on his life - in particular it's effect on his mental health and his subsequent diagnosis of PTSD.
Welcome to the June podcast of Leukaemia Chatters! This month we chatted with Carina Patterson, a hairy cell leukaemia (HCL) patient, about her symptoms, diagnosis and what she's got out of volunteering for Leukaemia Care's buddy scheme.
In our World AML Awareness Day podcast, Charlotte talks to Julie and Trudi, two acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) patients who both have a medical professional background. They discuss their shift in perspective from practitioner to patient, the effects their diagnosis has had on their careers, and the wider financial implications that inevitably came with them.
This month's edition of Leukaemia Chatters we talk to patients, Sam and Nick about shielding being paused and their feelings on the situation. We discuss their concerns and hopes for the period moving forward, and how this change might affect the lives of blood cancer patients in the days to come.
In this episode, we talk to Tom Hunt and Sophie Wheldon about their experiences dealing with a leukaemia diagnosis as young adults. We talk about how they came to be diagnosed, how their experiences have influenced their studies of Medicine and Haematology and much more.
In this episode of Leukaemia Chatters, we talk to patient Claire Evans about her experience since diagnosis with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) in 2015 and discuss her treatments, transplants and a trial on the much talked about CAR-T therapy.
Our podcast Leukaemia Chatters is back with the December episode! We spoke to Nicky Turkoz, who was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) in December 2014, about her diagnosis during the festive period, being an inpatient over Christmas for the first time, and her experiences of treatment, transplants and the unexpected side effects and relationships that have come with both.
This month on Leukaemia Chatters, we spoke to Zoe Sarginson, who was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) in 2019. Listen to Zoe talk about her diagnosis, treatment and the wider effects of leukaemia on her life.
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