This blog post was written to honor the end of my dear friend's journey, from the perspective of a loved one who traveled alongside her. I hope that this glimpse into our final days together can provide others in a similar situation, and their loved ones, with a sense of the beauty and dignity that can be present, even in the midst of the struggle. Wherever possible, I have tried to empower her voice and use the terms that she used to describe her journey, though I recognize that the inclusion of some terms and details may be triggering for others. Accordingly, please take good care of yourself and exercise caution when deciding whether to read it. Metavivor was an organization that was very important to my friend, and so it was important to me to tell her story here. – Amanda
After the passing of Project Cancerland’s founder, Champagne Joy, the organization’s leadership decided its mission could best be carried forward by consolidating its activities with the national organization, Metavivor Research and Support, Inc.
Landmarks Across Five Countries Spanning the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland to Illuminate in Green, Pink and Teal in Support of #LightUpMBC on October 13th.
Competition is now open for the 2019 grant cycle.
METAvivor Research and Support is proud to announce six additional metastatic breast cancer research awards totaling $1.050,000. The additional grant awards are a direct result of donor led fundraising.