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A series of podcasts to raise awareness of Pancreatic Cancer in memory of Seth Goodburn who died aged 49 just 33 days after being diagnosed with the disease.

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A series of podcasts to raise awareness of Pancreatic Cancer in memory of Seth Goodburn who died aged 49 just 33 days after being diagnosed with the disease.

This podcast is hosted by Captivate. Please see their listener privacy policy here https://www.captivate.fm/privacy-policy-for-listeners/ << Show Less
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The Finale! It's episode 30 and time for Charlotte and Lesley to reflect on the month. Purple Rainbow Podcasts has published 30 episodes across 30 days. But we couldn't have done it without our fabulous guests. Thank you to Tony, Claire, the Europac Team, Dominique, Naureen, Lindsey, Hemant, Dan, Anne-Marie, the forum ladies, Nicoletta, Tony D, Liz, Gill, Nessie, Dawn, Harry, Vicky, Fieke, Lori, Steph, The Great Wall of China ladies, Louise, and Kiruthikah.And a massive thank you to you for listening too. These podcasts are staying online so please do share them far and wide and keep raising awareness. You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
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The Finale! It's episode 30 and time for Charlotte and Lesley to reflect on the month. Purple Rainbow Podcasts has published 30 episodes across 30 days. But we couldn't have done it without our fabulous guests. Thank you to Tony, Claire, the Europac Team, Dominique, Naureen, Lindsey, Hemant, Dan, Anne-Marie, the forum ladies, Nicoletta, Tony D, Liz, Gill, Nessie, Dawn, Harry, Vicky, Fieke, Lori, Steph, The Great Wall of China ladies, Louise, and Kiruthikah.And a massive thank you to you for listening too. These podcasts are staying online so please do share them far and wide and keep raising awareness. You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
Kiruthikah Thillai Kiruthikah Thillai is a consultant medical oncologist specialising in patients with pancreatic cancer. She spoke to us about her work and her research into the symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer - including depression. You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
Round Up 4 It's the end of week four of our daily podcasts in November for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. And this is in fact the last round up episode from us. We do have two more episodes to finish the month off but let's take a moment, like we have for the previous 3 Sundays, to reflect on some of the interviews we heard this week as well as some bits of the interviews you didn't hear this week.You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
How An Ultra Marathon Helped Louise Deal With Grief Today I’m talking to Louise who lost her sister Jo to Pancreatic Cancer earlier this year. And the day after Jo’s funeral Louise was taking part in a 100km hike around the peak district to raise money! The event had been postponed to covid so Louise was never meant to be doing it this year.But she tells us how she strapped on her trainers, left her sister's wake at 3.30pm to travel to the Peak District. And why it was one of the best decisions!You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
An Adventure Trekking The Great Wall Of China There's lots of ways people can raise money for charities supporting the pancreatic cancer community. We've heard already this month from Tony who took part in some very long cycling events, Nessie who sells second hand books and Lindsey who was putting on part memorial part fundraising night for her dad Macca.Linda and Jo though decided they were going to trek the Great Wall of China and boy did they have an adventure - which you'll hear in today's episode. You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
Stephanie Hirst Remembers Her Mum Joyce Presenter Stephanie Hirst joins the podcast today to share her memories of her mum Joyce. Joyce died from Pancreatic Cancer in 2013. Steph tells us about how she'd go out clubbing when Steph was DJing and how she managed to record her mum talking about her life. Steph also shares her own recent related health scare and how important it is not to ignore any signs that something might not be right with your health.You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
Remembering Big Bro! Today you will hear from Lori Casey. She got in touch from America because she wanted to share her memories of her big brother Dave Nardella. Dave was a Special Agent for the U.S. Government travelling the world and working undercover. But most importantly he was a son, brother, father, uncle and friend.He died in 2017, 6 months after diagnosis. And whilst it's an emotional story, it's also one of love.You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
Precision Panc Today you're hearing from Dr Fieke Froeling - a consultant medical oncologist and clinical senior lecturer at the University of Glasgow She’s part of the Precision Panc team which brings together experts in pancreatic cancer across the UK.You were also supposed to hear from David Chang in this episode, but there were a few technical difficulties with his recording so he doesn't make an appearance this time.Fieke tells us what it's like working in collaboration and why it's so important to her that Pancreatic Cancer patients get the treatment they deserve.You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosYou can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth DISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
Losing Your Twin Sister And Friend To Pancreatic Cancer Today Vicky joins us on the podcast to talk about her twin sister and her friend who both died of Pancreatic Cancer.She shares how their deaths affected her and her family and what it's like no longer having her sister around. You can follow these hashtags #Sethslegacy and #30PRPodcasts as well as #ShineASpotlight4Seth and #Sparkle4Seth You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/Music Credit Purple Planet StudiosDISCLAIMER:All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
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