In the War On Cancer podcast: episode 2 Fabian and Sebastian, co-founders of the War On Cancer app meets Dr Amydee Morris, an Oncology Pharmacist and ovarian cancer survivor from Canada.
Episode 2: From Oncology Pharmacist to Cancer Patient
Even though Amy already was an expert in drugs and chemotherapy it wasn’t until she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer that she got a chance to actually find out what chemotherapy was like – first-hand. One day Oncology Pharmacist the next Cancer Patient. In the War On Cancer podcast: episode 2, we will get to know Amy and her experience with cancer and learn more about how to deal with Corona / Covid19 as a person who’s gone through cancer. War On Cancer podcast releases new episodes weekly, every Thursday. The series will be available for free on all major platforms, including: Spotify, iTunes and Acast.
About Dr Amydee Morris:
Amy had just finished a doctorate in oncology pharmacy. And all of a sudden her entire world changed. Six weeks after marrying the guy of her dreams she discovered a tumor the size of a football – ovarian cancer. Through surgery, chemo, nausea, the hair loss, she learned more about cancer than she ever had before. One day specialised expert in oncology pharmacy the next day cancer patient. Amy now combines and uses her experience as a someone who’s gone through cancer and knowledge as an oncology pharmacist to help others deal with cancer. Her personal experience with cancer allows her to connect with her patients from a level of empathy and not sympathy. Dr Amy Morris has been named CBC’s Future 40 and showcased on Global National TV and CBC National Radio and you can find and connect with her in the War On Cancer app.
War On Cancer: The Podcast will be released weekly, every Thursday afternoon starting June 4th 2020, with a total of six episodes to be aired. The series will be available for free on all major platforms, including: Spotify, iTunes and Acast.
Read more from Dr Amy here:
Connect with @amydeepharm in the War On Cancer app
Read Amy’s books – “The Cancer Fatigue”