Living With: Episode 11, Ronni G

Ronni Gordon shares about the treatment she endured for acute myeloid leukemia (AML).

Living With: Episode 10, Lorene A

Lorene, an advocate for, talks about her struggles and how she now uses her experiences to help others with asthma.

Living With: Episode 9, Rachel F advocate Rachel Foster shares how the diagnosis of T2D changed her life and how she uses her voice to break down the stigma around the disease.

Living With: Episode 8, Jeffrey P advocate Jeffrey Poehlmann talks about the importance of humor, the stigma of lung cancer, and the language we use to describe the disease.

Living With: Episode 7, Will J

Will shares about how being diagnosed with prostate cancer impacted him, how he educated himself about treatment options, and how he’s coping with lingering side effects from treatment.

Living With: Episode Six, Janet P

As an contributor and moderator for, Janet Plank shares her struggles with COPD and encourages others to find acceptance and peace with their disease.

Living With: Episode Five, April P

In this episode of our podcast Living With, April Pulliam shares about her skin cancer diagnosis, the intense experience of topical chemotherapy, and her passion for educating others about skin health.

The Stigma of Hepatitis C in America Hinders Patients’ Relationship With Their Doctor

Hepatitis C In America 2018, an annual survey conducted by Health Union, collected data from 539 people who are currently living with HCV (n=302) or who have previously lived with HCV (n=237). The results revealed the significant challenges faced when it comes to anxiety and depression, and their relationship with their doctor.

Living With: Episode Four, Diane Talbert

In our latest podcast episode, Diane Talbert shares how her struggles with psoriatic arthritis and plaque psoriasis have shaped her perspective and inspires her to raise awareness of these conditions and break down the barriers of stigma.

Living With: Episode Three, Kathy Reagan Young

In this episode of the Living With podcast, Kathy shares how unpredictable multiple sclerosis (MS) can be and how important her family’s support is to her.