742483646669721 “You get a little picnic rug for your poo and take the poo to the picnic,” Cal Wilson describing her NBCSP experience - The Bottom Line Podcast

Episode 19

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23rd Feb 2022

“You get a little picnic rug for your poo and take the poo to the picnic,” Cal Wilson describing her NBCSP experience

Cal Wilson is one of Australia’s most popular comedians and a perennial favourite on television shows and discovered she was far more resilient than she thought when participating in the exotic challenges on I’m a Celebrity Get Me out of Here!

Chatting to Stephanie, Cal shares why she wanted to raise awareness for Bowel Cancer Australia as her nominated charity. “Both my Mum and my neighbour had bowel cancer and I felt helpless but wanted to do my bit to help.  I’m not a surgeon, but I can talk so I wanted to use my voice to raise awareness.” 

With her own unique brand of comedy, Cal’s honest but hilarious take on all things poo and talks candidly about her families 'poo shyness', sending your screening test in the mail via '$#*! posting' and how important it is to have a laugh no matter what the situation. 

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An award winning podcast hosted by bowel cancer survivor, Stephanie Bansemer-Brown, is a monthly chat sharing stories and lived-experiences. Hearing from those living with or beyond bowel cancer, as well as health professionals involved in bowel cancer treatment and care, can be a valuable resource that can encourage and inspire others.

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A 100% community-funded national charity dedicated to prevention, early diagnosis, quality treatment and the best care for everyone affected by bowel cancer. We are committed to championing what matters most to people affected by bowel cancer and determined to have an everlasting impact where no Australian dies from bowel cancer and all those diagnosed receive the support they need.