Latest Articles by Phyllis Johnson
Inflammatory Breast Cancer Doesn't Always Start with a Lump
One of the most frightening aspects of my breast cancer diagnosis in 1998 was that I never knew my symptoms might be breast cancer until the doctor told me I needed a biopsy for inflammatory breast cancer. I didn’t know that breast cancer doesn’t alw...
Understanding Inflammatory Breast Cancer
A rash on the breast could spark panic — but this may put your mind at ease.
Smart Tactics for Helping Others During Stressful Times
Holiday season is upon us. We will be gathering with family and friends we haven’t seen in a while. Someone will have had a crisis since you have last been together. If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer recently, that person in crisis is you...
The 10 Things Your Friend with MBC Wants You to Know
It can be difficult to understand what others with breast cancer are going through. This is what your loved one needs you to know but might be scared to tell you.
Going Strong 10 Years Later with Metastatic Breast Cancer
The Metastatic Breast Cancer Network has rewritten the usual script about metastatic breast cancer with its 10+ Years story project.
Predicting the Course of Metastatic Breast Cancer
Not all metastatic breast cancers are the same. This new mathematical model could give you more specific information about your prognosis.
Living Longer with Metastatic Breast Cancer: A New Report
Many people think metastatic breast cancer is a death sentence, but more women are living longer despite this serious diagnosis.
Telling Friends About Your Metastatic Breast Cancer
You don't have to tell everyone about your metastatic breast cancer diagnosis, but if you do, here's how you can make the process as easy as possible.