Lifestyle...but make it chronic

Feb 26, 2021

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Jo Taylor, founder of patient advocacy group METUPUK and website, talks to us about secondary or metastatic breast cancer diagnosis. She shares her frustrations and hopes that one day this type of cancer can become a chronic disease, as the life-expectancy of those suffering from it increases.

Jo was diagnosed in 2007 with Grade 2 HER2+ primary breast cancer at 38. 7 years later she was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer which had spread to her lymph nodes and sternum. 

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