Caregivers are human, too; they need a regular “battery recharge” in order to best keep caring for you. Here are some tips on how to keep your metastatic breast caregiver team in top-notch shape.
The time has come when it’s apparent that all the good medical care in the world hasn’t taken away this person’s illness and, barring a miracle (medical or spiritual), they’re going to die. What do you say?
Do you, or a loved one, have metastatic breast cancer? Risk factors for the advanced cancer you should be aware of include age, certain genetic mutations, and others.
Keep in mind that you don’t always need to tell people about your diagnosis, but if you do, have your facts ready to make the process as easy as possible.