Presented by Ray Suarez

Join Journalist Ray Suarez for a guided tour of his cancer diagnosis and treatment, as well as the lessons he’s learned along the way.

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New Podcast: The Things I Thought About When My Body Was Trying to Kill Me

Every year in America, close to two million people are diagnosed with cancer of one kind or another. And every year, some six hundred thousand of us die of the disease.

So cancer is very much with us…all around us…part of the lives we live together, and a big part of the billions Americans spend each year on health care.

Every sufferer, every survivor, has a story that’s broadly shared, and at the same time as individual as your thumbprint. Let me tell you mine. At a time in my life when I thought I already had plenty of challenges, cancer threw a new and heavy weight on the pile. Let me tell you my story. Listen. Subscribe: “The Things I Thought About When My Body Was Trying to Kill Me.” Wherever you get your podcasts.

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Getting Alterations

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After a lifetime of staying out of hospitals as a patient, my streak ends....
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A Calm and Furious Patient

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In this episode, you've got cancer....
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What's the Worst That Can Happen?

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After hearing those 3 momentus words, "you have cancer," your life has just changed, and the end of your life may be a lot sooner than you had bee...
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Finding Out, or No News Is Bad News

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I was a sick man, but I needed to get some help to figure out just how sick....
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