http://www.breastcancervision.com/sites/default/files/review-mbc/decade_report_full_report_final.pdf This is well worth your time to skim or even fully immerse yourself in, and I’d say is still relevant as far as attitudes and education go. Especially of advocacy. I’m feeling sad this week as I should have been in Philadelphia with the Living Beyond Breast Cancer 2020 conference getting trained up and
Tag: metastaic cancer
Warning – a philosophical stream of breast cancer consciousness ahead. And some good news – after three years of applications I made it to the Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s Hear My Voice program and I’ll train in April to evoke the role of Patient Advocate. Some things do change for the better.
Wanting more time before it’s all over leads me down the rabbit hole into a place where I get lost. Lost inside a book, a song, a sunrise, a hug, a poem I’m writing, a memory, or a hope for something in a future that can at any moment be cut like a scene in an editors office from a films final print. I’m not lost on my path, though. It’s winding and it’s convoluted and full of time that I’ve somehow let slip by.