My Metastatic Memoir

There are about 155,000 Americans living with metastatic breast cancer. On average, people with metastatic breast cancer live only 2-3 years after their diagnosis.  Life with metastatic breast cancer is not well understood by many people.

Members from our Hear My Voice Outreach Program joined together to create My Metastatic Memoir, a collection of stories in various art forms that describe the reality of living with metastatic breast cancer.

Not Giving Up My Hope of Starting a Family
Artist:
Becky Dickson
Artwork:
The What If's
Artist:
Michael Kovarik
Artwork:
The Balance
Artist:
Briana
Artwork:
The Red Waters of Sunrise
Artist:
Kirby Lewis
Artwork:
When She Moves
Artist:
Tracy Tillman
Artwork:
Took My Cancer on Vacation
Artist:
Ann Camden
Artwork:
Untitled
Artist:
Linda Carey
Artwork:
You Can Make Do
Artist:
Michelle Lentz
Artwork:
My Metastatic Memoir Playlist
Artist:
Members of Hear My Voice
Artwork:
My Life
Artist:
Deborah Croskrey
Artwork:
“But You Look Fine!”
Artist:
About Latonya Wilson
Artwork:
Saying Goodbye
Artist:
Michelle Hedman
Artwork:
A Wonderful Family
Artist:
Misty Spencer
Artwork:
One Toothless
Artist:
Lynn 4 a Cure
Artwork:
Mortality Coaster
Artist:
Sharon Anderson
Artwork:

My Metastatic Memoir is generously supported by

Statistics provided by the American Cancer Society. Breast Cancer Facts & Figures 2017-2018 
 and the Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance Landscape Analysis.