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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.
'What Can I Do?'
How a single phone call can change cancer outcomes and improve patient lives.
Trying To Trust My Body
When the physical effects of cancer make it harder to do things, you can still find a way to move forward.
'There's An App For That!'
Create a digital health binder, improve communication, find clinical trials and get connected with three free mobile apps.
Scanxiety: The Brain Edition
In metastatic breast cancer, the brain MRI is often a special request for what you don't want but truly need.
Putting Yourself First
How to build good self-care habits for a better life with cancer.
Moving Better With Cancer
How physical therapy restored this cancer survivor's quality of life.
False Hope And Cancer Cures
Why it matters when hope isn't really hope at all (and tips on reading articles about cancer research).
Jumping Into a Cancer Conference
Meeting others, learning tips, hearing from docs: breast cancer patients have it all when they get together.
Cold Weather Tips For Peripheral Neuropathy
Winter can aggravate this chemotherapy side effect that causes hands and feet to feel numb, tingly and painful.
You Can Improve Cancer Care
Three ways this metastatic breast cancer patient has made research participation a part of her life.
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