Posts tagged Texas
Lisa

I was a 54-year-old lady when I went for my first mammogram, and it came back positive for estrogen-fed breast cancer. Scans showed it had already gone to my spine, my chest cavity, then it started a mass in my arm.

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MetathriverGary RickeTexas
Lisa

[I am] 55 years old diagnosed [and was diagnosed] with metastatic breast cancer in January 2018. I did 14 days of radiation and am going on my 14th chemo treatment.

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MetathriverGary RickeTexas
Nancy

After being diagnosed, Savanah broke out of her shell and did news interviews to bring awareness to metastatic breast cancer and started a blog. (This was a huge step for her).

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Loved OneGary RickeTexas
Buffy

Metastatic cancer has been the worst thing that has ever happened in my life, but at the same time, I can tell you, as weird as this sounds, I'm thankful for it. I live life much more intentionally now. I notice sunrises and sunsets. I ask people how THEY are. I look people in the eye. I always say thank you and mean it. I'm more passionate about women's health and funding for that. 

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Janet

To all the ones who have died with this horrible disease: I pray you haven't died in vain, that money and research will find a cure. I pray your daughters and sons and grandchildren will not have to face this in their lifetime and that a cure will be found.

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Laura

Five years ago this month, I was diagnosed with Metastatic Breast Cancer. This is not a journey I would have willingly chosen but one that I will use to empower and move me forward.

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Aretha

In December 2014, I had a bilateral mastectomy for DCIS (Stage 0). In April of 2016 (16 months later), the cancer had spread to my bones. After genetic testing and being positive for BRCA2, my ovaries and tubes were removed and tested positive for cancer cells.

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