This week, Dr Mark has a candid conversation with Dr Nosworthy about colorectal cancer. They unpack things to look out for, dispel some myths, and highlight the importance of having a relationship with your GP. Brought to you by Eurolab.

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19.11.21 Pt 1 - There’s flooding at Gareth’s house, Leigh-Ann hasn’t had water for the past 5 days, and Mbulelo’s noisy neighbours are still around! Expect to hear a whole lot of complaining, passive-aggressiveness, and sarcasm from the team. Dr Monique van Dyk and geneticist Khilona Natha then join the show to talk about DNA cancer screening.

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Timothy speaks to Veronica Villanueva, author of 'The Grace of Cancer', about how she bounced back from heartbreak, stage 4 cancer, and how she builds mental and physical resiliency.

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19.03.21 Pt 1 - Siya decided to start his long weekend early by heading to Durban on a whim. Gareth is proud about how productive he has been recently, and there’s a bit of a dispute about whether Kanye West is really the richest black man.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Lillian Dube tells Gareth why everyone should suck some titties.

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The great weight debate – are the lockdown weight gain memes funny or fat-shaming? Gareth Cliff chews the fat with Gord Laws, Lorraine Maisel and Elon Mogale. Then Prof. Pamela Naidoo and Dr Johanna Ralston break down the root causes of obesity. Plus Lillian Dube talks titties.

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Imagine leaving your doctor after receiving the dreaded news that you have cancer. The sinking feeling, the anxiety, the loneliness of that moment. If it hasn’t happened to you, then chances are that it has happened to someone you know and love. Some people don’t have to imagine. It’s gut-wrenching, terrifying, too much to bear. But you don’t have to go through this alone.

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