The No One Can Survive Alone: fundraiser concert is only a couple days away and tickets are selling fast!
Thank you to Carolyn Kelemen for writing a wonderful story about the upcoming concert in the local paper Howard County Times.
This is the 3rd Christmas since my diagnosis. Statistics for metastatic breast cancer survival show most of us will not live long enough to see a 4th Christmas. I am grateful that my cancer is currently stable and my November scan showed no evidence of active metastatic disease. My Christmas wish is for a cure or better treatments for metastatic breast cancer so all patients can celebrate more than 3 Christmases.
Thank you for the love, prayers, encouragement, and support I have received from people near and far. I am incredibly grateful to all who have opened their hearts to me throughout my cancer journey. You are my Christmas angels.
Cancer has pushed me to do things I would otherwise be too scared to do like speaking on Capital Hill.
Thank you Tigerlily Foundation for allowing me to tell my story
I met with Congressman John Sarbanes‘s deputy chief of staff Dvora to help get funding for #metastaticbreastcancer he has been a supporter of #terminalbreastcancer for a long time. It’s great to hear of someone who is in our corner and who wants to help.
Last night was so much fun at the Tigerlily Foundation EmPowerBall. It was great to celebrate women who embrace life and whose mission in life is to help young women with breast cancer. I am honored to be a part of this organization.
Thank you to SELF Magazine for writing a great article about my story. Please check it out.
Today is SCAN Day. Please say a prayer for me and that my scans show no evidence of disease.
THE SCAN RESULTS ARE IN!!
My oncologist just called and told me there is NO progression and the spots from before are stable!
Thank you for your prayers and thoughts today.
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