How much do you know about cancer? As much as you might not want to think about it, educating yourself about it is the first step in empowering yourself. Discovery understands this and has put together a 10-part podcast series on Oncology. From discussing the Cancer Journey, to Healthy Living During- & Post-Cancer Treatment, this is a must-listen podcast.

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From her childhood in Durban to being one of the top voices in dermatology and skincare, Dr Portia Gumede is a true trailblazer. Gareth gets to know more about this entrepreneur who has recently opened her very own aesthetics lifestyle centre. With her love for medicine coming about when she watched her mother as a nurse looking after her ailing grandmother, listen here to hear more from this truly inspiring woman.

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Having completed his PhD in molecular biology in 2005, Dr Daniel Meyersfeld has years of experience in the study of cell processes and codes in humans, animals, plants or other living organisms. Gareth picks the doctor’s brain on how studying the field of human generics can aid us in improving our health and wellness.

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Aretha Franklin seems to be on her last legs, so naturally people are getting overly sentimental about this. The latest Taylor Blinds feature sees the team not turning a blind eye to the sun. From a health and function sense, there are some useful tips and instructions here heading into summer. The benefits of masculinity in society, and how we should embrace this and not fight it. Some strange plane news, and some listener messages on a variety of subjects.

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According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), 366 million people have diabetes globally. It predicts this will rise to 552 million by 2030 and the biggest increase is expected in Africa. How do we combat this pandemic? Dr John Bermard has the answers – he lets us in on some methods and technologies we can utilise in order to manage and avoid this statistic from becoming a true reality.

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Trevor Noah is in some big trouble after someone dug up an old joke from 2013. It involves Aboriginal women, and the mob are not holding back here. The fraud of VBS Bank continues to unravel, and where all the money seems to have gone. The team then don’t turn a blind eye to Donald Trump’s trade wars in the weekly Taylor Blinds & Shutters feature. Gareth’s trusted orthodontist Dr Steven Flax then tells you how he fixed Gareth’s smile, and holds nothing back in how difficult that process was. He then offers a brief consultation to the rest of the team members… and it isn’t pretty!

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Friends to the show, the team at Headway Gauteng, are spending their 67 minutes for #MandelaDay by giving back to real-life heroes – the men and women who selflessly work in the services industry. The team join Gareth to discuss how much work the likes of paramedics do, and why Headway Gauteng wants to continue shining a spotlight on the good work that is done through service.

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It’s highly likely we won’t have gynaes in the private sector come 2020. Dr Tshiamo Nakanyane (Dr Naks) enlightens Sonia on the main cause/reason. He’s a man in a woman’s world… find out what it really takes to specialise in Gynaecology and Obstetrics.

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Chulayo Khofu – a mother to an autistic little boy – joins #CountryDuty to discuss the challenges and to raise awareness for autism. They are also joined in studio by leadership from #NotInMyName to discuss the efforts taken by them to help find Katlego Joja.

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