Episode 63. Jodie Grant – Fighting Cancer on a cattle station

Living so far from town is often one of the perks that draws people to work on a cattle station.  When you live out bush you can enjoy wide open spaces and often your neighbours are tens of kilometres away, if not hundreds.

But what happens when you need services which are only provided in town – like, access to a hospital?

In this episode Steph Coombes sat down with Jodie Grant to discuss her experience not only fighting cancer while living on a cattle station, but the challenges of getting a diagnosis in the first place – and the effect of living remotely impacted her experience.

We would love to hear your thoughts on today’s episode, so please head over to our Central Station podcast group and let us know what you think!

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Todays episode is supported by Dunnings Fuel. Dunning’s operate their fleet of trucks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and on a daily basis Dunning’s have trucks operating across Western Australia – Dunning’s keeps the whole state running.