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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.
Survivor? Don't Call Me That
Words matter when you talk about cancer.
How To Live With Cancer's Uncertainty
Five techniques to help you when "wait and see" is the only option
Palliative Care: Early and Often
Palliative care doesn't mean giving up treatment, it means getting the support you need as a patient with metastatic cancer.
Parenting Teenagers When You Have Cancer
It can feel like you're running out of time to get it right, says this patient with metastatic breast cancer.
Nurses: A Love Story
For more than three years, oncology nurses have poked, prodded and put a smile on this patient's face.
Clinical Trials and Cancer
If you've ever thought about clinical trials for your care, different resources may make that decision easier.
Letters of Love and Hope
Don't be scared to write "legacy letters." Here's advice on getting started and why it matters from a woman with metastatic breast cancer
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.
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