[image quote: "I felt like I was working 10x as hard to be half as healthy as your average person." - Rebecca, Episode 03: Complex chronic illness patient]

[image quote: "I felt like I was working 10x as hard to be half as healthy as your average person." - Rebecca, Episode 03: Complex chronic illness patient]

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In Sickness + In Health is an audio podcast, hosted by Cara Gael O'Regan, about our relationships with our bodies, and issues related to chronic illness, disability, healthcare, and mortality. Y'know, the fun stuff!

It is a show where the personal is political, and where bodily autonomy, healthcare and disability rights are considered human rights without question.

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This podcast is not meant to be a substitute for qualified medical care.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.


Cara Gael was a 2016 Stanford Medicine X ePatient Scholar
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The Podcast

In Sickness + In Health features discussions about our relationships with our bodies, and issues at the intersections with chronic illness, health, disability, and mortality. We hope that by talking about these issues we can help to normalize them, reduce the stigma, and help all of us to feel a little less alone, and a lot more comfortable talking about it.

The Podcast

Resources

Are you looking for more information about something you heard on the podcast? Check out our resources page for links to more information about the conditions, organizations, issues, and projects we've talked about on the show.

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