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Metastatic Breast Cancer: Now What?

Krista Curley's first diagnosis was metastatic breast cancer. She talks about her blog, her kids, and her purpose.
Oct 12, 2017
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Krista Curley was diagnosed 3 1/2 years ago with estrogen-receptor-positive metastatic breast cancer in her lymph system and bones at the age of 39. She had no previous diagnosis of cancer. Since her initial diagnosis, the cancer has spread further into her bones and to her liver, despite surgery, various hormonal therapies, and chemotherapy. Krista lives in Ontario, Canada and is married to Patrick, the love of her life. She is the mother of Ethan, who is 16, and Naomi, who is 10.

Listen to the podcast to hear Krista talk about:

  • what writing the blog gives to her

  • how she and her family find joy and humor in day-to-day life

  • how she talked to her kids about metastatic disease

  • the one thing she would tell people about metastatic breast cancer

About the guest
 
Krista Curley

Krista Curley is the author of a blog about living with metastatic disease called “Metastatic Breast Cancer: Now What?

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