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10/17/23 | BY: Fern Glazer, Ursula Vernon
Hugo and Nebula award-winning author and illustrator Ursula Vernon shares the story of her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment through art and humor.
Pregnant, diagnosed metastatic, choosing to move forward: Jonise Louis
Jonise Louis, diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer while expecting her second child, now embraces life’s small triumphs while passionately working to foster accessible and open conversations about breast health.
Thriving with stage IV breast cancer by channeling my inner Kobe Bryant
Join Brinda Robin as she shares her story of strength, vulnerability, and self-discovery. From diagnosis to metastasis, Brinda journeys with a broad smile, encouraging women to lean on their support systems and embrace life during challenging medical treatments.
Long road to treatment: Kafayat Bolaji
Follow the journey of Kafayat Bolaji, who left her beloved children and husband, as well as her career, behind in Nigeria to get adequate care for metastatic breast cancer in the United States. She navigates challenges and triumphs in her determination to overcome a stark disparity of cancer care.
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