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Metastatic Breast Cancer
From midwifery to cancer care, a palliative nurse finds her calling
Keren Arfi hoped to be a midwife, but after losing a grandmother to colon cancer, and then two more relatives to illness, she changed her course.
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The importance and relevance of genetic testing
A nurse, in helping care for a young metastatic breast cancer patient, learned how genetic testing could have saved the patient’s life – and...
Tackling the details on how to improve communication
A breast cancer community of patients, advocates, physicians, and nurses from 26 countries propose actions to improve doctor-patient communication
Setting goals helps patients achieve emotional well-being
Radiation Oncologist Benjamin Corn works with mBC patients to support their medical treatments, including conversations about bucket lists,...
Exceeding expectations while helping others live with terminal disease
Rhona Nally has lived with metastatic breast cancer 13 years, an experience that helps her guide fellow patients as they learn to navigate the disease
Personal calling to cancer leads to dedicated and hopeful research
Dr. Giampaolo Bianchini lost his best friend to cancer, prompting him to devote his professional life to studying better treatments