Tag: Cancer research

SurvivingBreastCancer.org panel discussion on pinkification of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

twitter.com/sbc_org/status/1445036234590597128 In today’s episode we speak with a panel of women who were diagnosed with early stage breast cancer, early stage breast cancer that metastasized, and women diagnosed with MBC de Novo. This raw and candid conversation provides education to the masses about breast cancer, metastatic breast cancer, and what the breast cancer community wants

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Broken by Mourning: Metastatic Breast Cancer and Alzheimer’s

I returned from Florida on Thursday night very late. Exhausted. Glad for the small things in life, I’d been convinced to get a wheelchair. Having never considered myself handicapped in any way, I’ve avoided the hang tag for my car. Even when I needed it and it’s mot often I wished for the presence of

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New Abnormal – Covid, Cancer and the Aftermath of Trauma

There’s a new lexicon added to the modern canon of dictionaries or repurposed words that came to take on new meanings. Yet for those of us with metastatic or terminal cancers, many of the words applied to us prior to February of 2020. Defining a Lockdown “A lockdown can be defined as an emergency protocol

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