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A very powerful video on Youtube that describes what it is like mentally to know that you have metastatic breast cancer.
Sandy was won the Malta House of Care, “Wonder Women Class of ’20 Award
Making the Breast of It Podcast
Exercise and Metastatic Breast Cancer: Tips from a Survivor
Source: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Blog
Sandy interviewed on WTNH, Hartford, October 2019
Dr. Winer's Video Message at 2016 Taste The Cure Fundraiser
Breast Cancer: When is Less Treatment Better? Source: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Blog
What Does a Breast Lump Feel Like?
Cancerous lumps tend to be irregular in shape and may feel firm or solid. Typically, a breast cancer lump doesn’t hurt, but in some cases, a painful lump turns out to be cancer. It is impossible to diagnose a breast lump just by touch. It is important for women to speak with their doctor if they notice changes to their breasts
If you have metastatic breast cancer, join a nationwide movement of patients, doctors, and scientists by sharing your tumor and/or blood samples, your medical information, and your voice. Together, we can speed the development of future therapies.
Sandy interviewed by Sarah Cody, WTNH, Hartford at Dee's One Smart Cookie, in Glastonbury, CT October 2018
Metastatic Breast Cancer Project Facebook Page
"Taste the Cure: Record-Breaking Fundraising for Breast Cancer", Source: Dana-Farber Impact Magazine, Fall 2019
Brief Overview of the 2019 Executive Council Luncheon- see video
Metastatic Breast Cancer Project Blog
Craig Cassanelli, Samantha Cassanelli, Amanda Cassanelli, Sandy Cassanelli and Dr. Eric Winer
from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute