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Jesse vs Cancer

Jesse Case, a notable standup comedian, has been diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer, and puts his life on hold for treatment in a different city. This podcast is the hilarious documenting of these events.
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Jul 5, 2015

In this episode, Jesse gets everyone up to speed on what this podcast is about, as well the backstory of his diagnosis and treatment.  

5 Comments
  • almost two years ago
    Tony
    Wasn't sure if I could handle listening to this because I losT my wifes grandpa to the same type of cancer... but followed over from Probably Science. And I am so glad I did not only is it helping with the fore mentioned but damnit, I find you to be the funniest guy out there right now! I listen on headphones at work and just get stared at like I'm nuts cause I am laughing so hard!...I gotta say thank you for doing this podcast it's an awesome thing that you are doing and I wish you the best!
  • almost two years ago
    Matt
    Why isn't my comment being shown? I want Jesse to see my support and encourage him to keep podcasting...
    Love you Jesse
  • almost two years ago
    Matt
    Great show Jesse, can't wait for more. Much love from Nottingham, Uk!

    Advice on dealing with the elderly would be great, and seemingly fitting. Also friends with terminal conditions and how to make the best of potentially awkward or embarrassing or indeed painful circumstances. Something which is happening for me at the moment, and which I am wholly unprepared for, a friend whose condition has metastized and is apparently winning against the doctors. How to chat normally and comfortably whilst not ignoring reality? Even anticipating the situation as tricky instantly makes it likely to be so...
    All the best, Matt
  • almost two years ago
    Matt
    Great show Jesse, can't wait for more. Much love from Nottingham, Uk!

    Advice on dealing with the elderly would be great, and seemingly fitting. Also friends with terminal conditions and how to make the best of potentially awkward or embarrassing or indeed painful circumstances. Something I which is happening for me at the moment, and which I am wholly unprepared for, a friend whose condition has metastized and is apparently winning against the doctors. How to chat normally and comfortably whilst not ignoring reality?
    Much love, Matt
  • almost two years ago
    Paulo
    You crazy fuck...love you!