Welcome to Life (After Cancer), an honest and often irreverent podcast for anybody who has had a runaround (or more) with cancer and thinks the "new normal" (blech, that term!) can go [bleep] itself. Cause life after cancer looks like your own life--but it's completely different. Host Jenna Schnuer, an Anchorage-based New Yorker (yeah, it's a thing), finished up her own runaround with bad cells in April 2015. She kept expecting life to spring back to normal but shocker(!), it didn't. So now she's talking about it and she wants you in on the conversation too. So whether you've tumbled with cancer of the boobs, balls, brain, or any other part, this podcast is for you.
Cover image: HeLa cells. "The line was derived from cervical cancer cells taken in 1951 from Henrietta Lacks, a patient who eventually died of her cancer,"--provided by National Institutes of Health. For more about Henrietta Lacks: http://rebeccaskloot.com/the-immortal-life/.