44 Ways to Make the Day of Someone With Cancer

By Elana Miller, MD Reprinted from: Huffington Post On December 17, 2013 I went to the ER for what I presumed was walking pneumonia (as a physician, I’m good at misdiagnosing myself) only to find out I had a giant tumor in my chest that could have killed me within weeks. Immediately I was admitted […]

Metastatic Breast Cancer: What Now?

Metastatic Breast Cancer Network and Living Beyond Breast Cancer have collaborated to create a free educational publication titled “Guide for the Newly Diagnosed: Empowering you to make informed decisions and to cope with your emotions after a diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer.” The following are some excerpts from the Guide: Metastatic breast cancer, classified as stage […]

The Things I Wish I Were Told When I Was Diagnosed With Cancer

By Jeff Tomczek Reprinted from: The Huffington Post Your relationships are about to change. All of them. Some will get stronger. They will probably not be with the people you would expect. The people you want to handle this well might not be able to for a variety of reasons. Some of the reasons will […]