Metastatic or Advanced Cancers
Women coping with a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis are dealing with a myriad of issues all at once: treatments, medical appointments, physical well-being, mental health, social needs and family dynamics. The experience of trying to connect all these demands into a cohesive daily life plan can feel overwhelming and often these demands can seem disconnected.
The To Life! mission is to help you bridge those needs and demands; often working collaboratively with your doctors, family and friends to ensure you are receiving the support you need for your individual journey. Whether you are looking for support groups, one-on-one mentoring or just information on other treatment options, To Life! and its staff will help you find what is right for you.
Our MetaThriver Support Group addresses the unique challenges of women dealing with advanced cancers. Facilitated by Debra Nosik, LCSW and Martha McCormick, MS, EdS this group meets on the Third Wednesday of most months from 6:30 - 7:30 pm currently via Zoom. If you have never attended and wish to join us, or have questions, please call the office at 518-4439-5975 or email Martha McCormick at email@example.com.
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Blog articles related to metastatic and advanced breast cancer:
Living Beyond Breast Cancer - Not enough: Getting by when metastatic breast cancer keeps you from work
Team S - Living with Stage IV Breast Cancer
American Cancer Society
Treatments for metastatic breast cancer.
Providing resources and support for metastatic cancer survivors and their caregivers.
Metastatic Breast Cancer
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Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance
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Metastatic Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Project
Susan G. Komen
Information about metastatic breast cancer.