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Six Years of Metastatic Breast Cancer & My Path

We hold so few of cards in that feared hand one’s dealt along with the diagnosis of any terminal cancer. As an adult we know too much of life by then to live outside of fear. We know far more about the losing hands to come at the cancer gambling table. Unforgettable emotions of diagnosis

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Metastatic Breast Cancer: A Day in the Life with COVID19

Yesterday morning at 1:00 am I departed the ER after 12 hours. While I entered and was admitted to the hospital because of metastatic breast cancer I was discharged and departed of my own demand for release from the hospital because of metastatic breast cancer. This, the great irony of terminal illnesses, brings me to

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Metastatic breast Cancer in the time of Covid: Where’s Our Map?

Not to belabor the fine points, but these may indeed top the charts for strangest days ever. Think about this moment in time. Think about everything facing you and your family and just widen your circle to include the entire world. Think about having metastatic breast cancer during this time. The number of days I’ll

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