Tag: stage 4 breast cancer

My Path of Life and Death with Metastatic Breast Cancer

I really like the metaphor of path rather than journey as a descriptive of how we move through our lives with stage IV breast cancer. I am borrowing “path” from Abigail Johnson, blogger and writer at nohalfmeasures.com, attorney, mom, wife. And my friend. We choose the people who walk beside us on the MBC path.

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Cancer screenings delayed during Covid leading to deadly results

ehrnprd.blob.core.windows.net/wordpress/pdfs/Delayed-Cancer-Screenings-Second-Look.pdf Read the well researched well collated information from around the United States and if the number is true that 10,000 additional cancer deaths would be extrapolated from 86% fewer screenings of breast cancer alone, I tend to think this number is not only low but optimistic. While the number of screenings are on the

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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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