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Pallavee Trehan commented on the post, The Difference Between Incurable & Curable Breast Cancer 2 days, 7 hours ago
I hear you and can understand how the title of this article may be misleading. Thank you so much for sharing your perspective. We value all feedback on articles we publish and I will certainly pass your concern along to our team. We appreciate your openness to voice your opinion, that is truly what makes our community so special. We are here for…
Well thank you very much.
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clsmit commented on the post, The Difference Between Incurable & Curable Breast Cancer 3 days, 18 hours ago
I struggle with the title of this article. Early stage breast cancer isn’t ‘curable’ it just doesn’t recur for 70% of the people who get it. I was considered ‘curable’ I am now metastatic. Please consider revising the article title.
Tori – thank you for so candidly sharing your story. I know this article will bring hope and inspiration to many others who are feeling and experiencing some of these same things.
I love this! This is such a great reminder that everyone is living a life as vivid and complex as our own, it’s all relative! Shifting perspective is an important part of practicing empathy, thanks for your insight @susanrahn! – Pallavee (AdvancedBreastCancer.net Team Member)
Thanks for being with us, we are always here for you. Did you know that today is #WorldCancerDay? Which aspect of advanced breast cancer do you wish to raise awareness about? – Pallavee (AdvancedBreastCancer.net team member)
Me too! Tori’s story speaks volumes to the power of ‘being present’. Thanks for being a part of our community! – Pallavee (AdvancedBreastCancer.net team member)