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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.
Finding Unexpected Joy In My Cancer Visit Notes
My hospital made complete visit notes atfer my cancer diagnosis available online and what I found in them is a gift of gratitude and shared awe.
The Blood Clot That Changed My Life
Blood clots are more common in people with cancer than in those without, and new guidelines urge knowledge.
Necessary Comfort: Dogs Provide Unconditional Cancer Support
How a dog provides unconditional love, comfort and life lessons in caring for this patient with stage 4 cancer.
My Lists Of Small Joys: 'Minute Mindfulness'
Living with cancer means more than letting the negative go, it means finding a way to take in the happiness of right now. This cancer survivor calls it "Minute Mindfulness."
Cancer, Weight and 'The Blame Game'
Breast cancer links to weight, diet and exercise are all over the news, but remember this: You are not to blame.
Hearing The Patient's Voice
Why this breast cancer survivor thinks more oncologists should be listening carefully to patients on social media.
The Deep Breaths Within Resiliency
Getting back up matters when cancer knocks you down, but so does pausing for reflection.
Being A Friend
The power of friendship within the world of metastatic cancer has hit home for this survivor.
'Chronic' Metastatic Breast Cancer Is Not A Thing
At 42,000 US deaths a year, the push to call metastatic breast cancer "chronic" is premature.
'What Can I Do?'
How a single phone call can change cancer outcomes and improve patient lives.
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