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Martha Carlson

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.
Martha Carlson
Don't be intimidated by the science presented at poster sessions at conferences. They can connect people living with cancer and cancer researchers in a way that helps both the patient and the researcher.
Martha Carlson
Words of courage from a friend who knows that "getting through" may not be the point.
Martha Carlson
Why reducing your risk matters right now — whether you or someone you love is in treatment or hoping to avoid a recurrence.
Martha Carlson
Music therapy isn't the same for everyone, so find some joy in the music of your real-life and maybe even push away a moody cancer funk.
Martha Carlson
Exercise can do so much beyond risk reduction for the person already living with cancer.
Martha Carlson
Reflecting on the lessons learned from the trauma of living with a stage four cancer diagnosis.
Martha Carlson
An improved app sends clinical trials straight to the phone of this patient with breast cancer (and she can forward them right to her doctor).
Martha Carlson
They're billed as "nothing", but for this patient with cancer, the tattoos are daily reminders of her new life.
Martha Carlson
Think you're in control of your healthcare team? A recent experience reminded this patient that though it's her body, others may not consider her in charge of its care.
Martha Carlson
It isn’t easy living with stage 4 breast cancer when people want to hear uplifting stories about survivors.
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