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Marie Arsenault, Metastatic Patient, Talks About the Need for a Cure, Not Awareness

Marie Arsenault, metastatic patient, talks about the need for a cure, not awareness
Oct 19, 2016
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Marie Arsenault was first diagnosed with stage II estrogen-receptor-positive, HER2-negative breast cancer in September 2000 at age 36. She had mastectomy with TRAM flap reconstruction, chemotherapy, and radiation. In May 2007, she was diagnosed with metastatic disease; the breast cancer had returned in her liver and bones. In 2011, the cancer spread to her bone marrow.

Listen to the podcast to hear Marie talk about:

  • how she feels during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  • what she would like people to know about metastatic breast cancer

  • how her support network helps her stay positive through treatment

  • her volunteer work with the Tenth Life Cat Rescue in St. Louis

About the guest
 
Marie Arsenault

Marie Arsenault is a former music promoter and booking agent who was diagnosed with metastatic disease.

— Last updated on May 2, 2022, 2:44 PM

 
 
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