I have been searching for an answer for all of my abdominal symptoms that had been going on for almost two years.
The last test was a contrast MRI.
There are three words you never expect to hear, nor want to hear a second time. It was what my MRI revealed.
“You have cancer.”
After 13 years of being cancer-free and finally feeling free, I got the diagnosis.
“You have Breast cancer in your T9 rib and T9, T10 and T11 vertebra.”
I now have metastatic breast cancer or stage IV.
I was diagnosed early the first time and treatment was short in 2004. Two years later my husband was diagnosed with MS. It has left him disabled and with what some doctors consider dementia symptoms, due to the atrophy and lesions in his brain and…

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