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BBC Breakfast Mar 19
How do you choose where to die? Deborah () from 's 'You, Me and the Big C' has incurable cancer. We followed her journey as she chooses where to spend her final days.
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Claire Tomlinson Sep 5
Such a shame to hear about Rachel Bland passing away today ... this is why we need to do all we can to fund research into preventing and curing this disease.
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Dr Gemma Wells Sep 6
I’ve listened to since it began. If you are interested in learning about the experience of being a human I cannot recommend this podcast enough. Let’s talk about death and dying (not passing, being lost, or gone), it happens to us all
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❤🏉Tigersbabe2006🐯⚽ Sep 7
I found after had died. Wish I had known about it when I was diagnosed with cancer a few months ago but I suppose the idea behind it was to help ppl when needed. Just wanted to say thanks to Racheal for helping me. Love to Steve & Freddie x
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laura swainston Nov 26
What a pleasure to talk with Deborah and Lauren today about their lives and improving patient experiences for A couple of very inspirational women ❤️
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FlexMyTime Mar 23
Wow such an incredibly strong and inspirational woman 👊🏻 amazing interview with ⁦⁩ in the ⁦⁩ today
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All Mammographers Sep 18
I’m a bit behind the times, tucked away here in Australia, but I have just started listening to pod cast. What a wonderful & refreshing show it is. 3 fabulous young women talking about the realities of a cancer diagnosis when you are ‘young’
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Sarah Ransome Sep 8
For Rachael, who shone a light into the darkest corners of Cancer. Yours was a life of dignity,love,laughter & meaning. So many tears right now, but fly high Rach - your legacy lives on. Love & Prayers to Steve and Freddie
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Alex Lewis 20 Apr 18
just listened to the podcast. I am the ‘other half’ going through it all at the moment. Can’t tell you how much I appreciate hearing you speak about your experience. Thanks for sharing. Never heard anyone speak from the mans perspective before.
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Karen Sep 5
This is so sad, RIP Rachael
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Gabby Dowds-/Quinn Nov 2
Back home with fire on cuppa tea and Henry the wheatbag. Bliss
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Nicky Green Sep 8
Currently binge listening to podcast. It's just so enlightening and so full of positivity. Helps me understand what my best friend is going through whilst she is currently fighting lung cancer. I'm 7 hrs in.
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Macmillan in Greater London Apr 28
Wooo! smashing the , crossing the 10 mile cheer point ⭐️🏃🏼‍♂️⭐️
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Julia Pollard 6 Jun 18
Just watching Rachel Bland on what a fantastic woman - so strong and inspirational.
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Liz O'Riordan Sep 5
In keeping with the amazing girls and in memory of I am determined to look glamorous when I have ovaries whipped out on Friday @GIRLSTOLELONDON
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Rossiter Media Ltd. Nov 8
We now honour a wonderful woman with the Rachael Bland Social Media award. Rachael won this award last year with her amazing blogs and Podcast Sadly Rachel died in September this year
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7digital Creative 15 Jun 18
💥🎧 Our brains are buzzing w/ creative possibilities after today's & @radioindies digital audio session in Birmingham. Top insights via 's + podcasting champs, 's & 's
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Queen of Sheba Jan 2
I’ve done it before and after a period of illness I’m going to tri-again. The highs are amazing and times when you hit the wall are hard. Those women from are inspiring-i felt really emotional listening to them 👏❤️
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Richard Paterson Sep 5
Just an incredibly sad story. I can't even begin to imagine the pain being felt by Steve and Freddie. Quite an inspiring woman. Be proud.
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Yorkshire Cancer Sep 5
We're saddened to hear about Rachael Bland's death. She was an honest voice for people living with cancer talking frankly on death, pain & intimacy. If you or someone you know is living with cancer, why not take a listen to her podcast
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