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BBC journalist George Alagiah hosts our podcast, interviewing supporters and leading experts on the disease, as well as discussing his own treatment and diagnosis.
Episode one of series two launched Wednesday 20 November with episode two released on Wednesday 27 November and a third published on Wednesday 4 December.
In the third episode of series two, George talks to Steve Clark, who has diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer, about chemotherapy to treat the disease. He also speaks to oncologist Professor Mark Saunders from The Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester who explains the different types of chemotherapy available for bowel cancer patients.
We’ll be launching series three of our podcast in April for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month.
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Episode 4: Surgery and bowel cancer
Episode 5: Looking after your emotional health
Episode 6: Chemotherapy and bowel cancer
Episode 1: Living well with advanced bowel cancer
Episode 2: Managing a stoma
George Alagiah interviews Andrea Robson, 39 from London, who has stage 2 bowel cancer and a stoma, along with stoma nurse Lisa Allison, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Pouch Care at Northwick Park and St Mark’s Hospital, London, on managing a stoma.