secondary breast cancer

One in 10 people with a prior diagnosis of primary breast cancer said they hadn't been given enough information about the symptoms of its return.
"There are people who live for years after their diagnosis."
It used to surprise me, but not anymore. It's become the norm. There are plenty of other questions that could be asked - "how are you feeling?", "can I do anything to help?", even - "do you need a hug?" Anything but, "so, how long until the doctors think you're going to die?"!!
'Today’s report paints an extremely worrying picture.'
Where one tragic journey ends, another positive one begins.