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Martha lives in Illinois and was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in January 2015. She has a husband and three children, ranging in age from 12 to 18, a dog and a lizard.
Reading My Oncologist's Notes
How I learned I was "no evidence of active disease," was reminded of an important appointment and the other benefits that the OpenNotes movement wants to make available to all patients
Metastatic Cancer's Cloak of Invisibility
What it's like to live in a world that includes me, yet somehow keeps me out.
5 Ways to Feel Less Isolated After a Cancer Diagnosis
There are ways to bring a sense of belonging back to your world.
Kicking Chemobrain to the Curb
This cancer patient undertook a brain training regimen to knock out chemobrain.
Positivity and the Placebo Effect
How we think about things can have a powerful impact on our experiences. Here's why that matters for people with cancer.
Living Or Living With Cancer
Using some simple reminders that life is still happening can help put cancer anxiety and fear back where they belong.
What's Next And Other Things Metastatic Patients Want to Know
Individual advocates and larger organizations offer hope as they help us understand what future treatments are in the pipeline.
Living Scan To Scan
Three years of scans every three months means finding a way to grow and change that's not limited or defined by cancer
When the Patient Is the Loser
A major insurer takes a 20-year, first-line standard treatment off its preferred list in one market. But where will it end?
Fear of Recurrence
Don't be ashamed that you haven't "moved on," says this metastatic breast cancer patient.
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