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Theresa Meyer - {I am still me}

Today’s story comes from Theresa Meyer.  When Theresa sent me her photos that she wanted to include for this post, I was greatly moved by the ones of her and her family.   1,121 more words

Mets Monday

With thanks...

It occurs to me that almost three weeks on from Rosie’s passing I have yet to publicly thank a number of individuals and groups of people. 1,332 more words

I Want to Know What Love is

Let’s get the really big news out-of-the-way:

Big day at Dana Farber today. Preliminary results of pet scan show that the chemo is working, my tumors have all shrunk and there is finally evidence of a broken rib from back in April when I was complaining a lot about chest pain. 1,189 more words


Details Part I, or, Me, a CANCER patient???

I am discovering that there is an adaptive process to being thrust into  the role of a cancer patient. In 2003, 2012 and 2014, I was in the care of many different physicians and providers through all three episodes of cancer treatment. 930 more words


The Game Changer

I’ve been having a relationship with NED for the past 16 months. Things were good. Real good. Good enough that one of my Dr’s suggested I take a break from the Aromatase Inhibitor to see if the side effects subside AND instead of monthly Xgeva injections they would be every 6 months. 593 more words

Breast Cancer

Where Do I fit?

Where do I fit, am I a survivor?  I have metastatic breast cancer and there are millions of survivors who have beaten breast cancer, but where do I fit.  878 more words


Beth Herold - { I will always thrive}

Today’s interview comes from Beth Harold.  Beth has been living with MBC since 2007.  Her rollercoaster ride, has had its share of heartache, like most other metastatic thrivers, but her will to live is inspirational.   1,081 more words

Mets Monday