Podcast Episode

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74 – Crew Dog

Crew Dog from One Sick Vet talks connective tissue, mast cell activation syndrome and veteran disability services.

Teona, a Black nonbinary woman in her 20s, looks into the camera with a relaxed expression. She is wearing wire-framed glasses and a silver septum ring. Her head is leaning on her hand, and she wears a rust orange shirt and green headwrap. The photo is framed by a stylized purple hexagon.

73 – Teona

Teona Studemire talks EDS, M.E., and public benefit programs.

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72 – Emily

Emily Suess talks about brain cancer, misdiagnosis, and finding community outside of neat diagnostic categories.

Drew is a latinx person with light brown skin and short black hair. His septum is pierced with a silver hoop. In this photo he is sitting in the front seat of a car, smiling with his eyes closed. He is wearing a black tank top and proudly holding up a cane. There is a stylized purple hexagon framing the photo.

71 – Drew

New associate producer Drew Maar talks hypermobility, fibromyalgia, and borderline personality disorder (among many other things!).

Brianne, a white woman in her 30s wearing black framed glasses and brown hair in a messy bun, smiles at the camera. She is holding the pink epoxy handle of her blonde wood cane up beside her face. There is a stylized purple hexagon framing the photo.

70 – Brianne III

Brianne talks hypermobility, mast cell disorders, and recontextualizing old experiences using new frameworks.

Adriana, a woman in her 20s with dark brown hair in a curled formal style, smiles at the camera. There is a stylized purple hexagon framing the photo.

69 – Adriana

Adriana E. talks Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, finding a new balance after diagnosis, and unpacking your own internalized ableism.

Allie, a white woman in her 20s with long brown hair, smiles at the camera. There is a stylized purple hexagon framing the photo.

68 – Allie

Allie Cashel talks lyme disease, medical gaslighting, and the power of storytelling. Allie shares her own story and the story of her book, Suffering the Silence, and the non-profit she co-founded that bears the same name.

Valerie, a woman with curly black hair and glasses smiles at the camera. There is a stylized purple hexagon framing the photo.

67 – Valerie

Valerie Novak talks fibro, POTS, borderline personality disorder, diagnostic ambiguity, and using mobility aids when your abilities fluctuate day to day.

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66 – Caitlin

Caitlin talks epilepsy, EDS, and life with chronic pain.

Christie, a white woman with curly shoulder-length brown hair, smiles at the camera. There is a stylized purple hexagon framing the photo.

65 – Christie

Christie Margrave talks endometriosis, IVF, and the mix of emotions when a diagnosis comes decades after your symptoms first started.

Looking for transcripts? Episodes 1-31, 54-57, 66 & 69 are fully transcribed.
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