Breast Cancer Facts, 10/6

Stage IV is terminal. There is no cure. While there are chronic features/symptoms, stage IV metastatic breast cancer is not chronic. I and the rest of the men and women living with Stage IV hop from treatment to treatment, desperately trying to stay ahead of the mutating cancer cells, praying to stay alive as long as possible.

Would you want to live that way?

9 thoughts on “Breast Cancer Facts, 10/6

    1. I’m aware of this story and how the “alternative treatment” is harming the people who are seeking it out. I’d advise against sharing this further, especially cancer patients. The treatment is dangerous and not approved by the fda.

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    1. So very true! I can’t count the number of times someone has suggested that I use a vision board or go to cognitive behavioral therapy to deal with scanxiety or the fact that I’m dying. I’d rather work through the real feelings than ignore and bury them! Thank you for reading and commenting!

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