This forum is about life with advanced form of cancer, also called stage 4 cancer. The site was launched in February 2011.
It is a meeting place for those who live with stage 4 cancer, their family members and friends, and whoever is interested. This is a place to share thoughts and experiences. It is also about dreams, fears, and most importantly hope and joy while fighting the beast.
You can just read. However, you need to be registered to make comments and to add topics in the discussion forums. To become a member requires your e-mail address which won’t be visible to other members or visitors. In addition there is a special discussion forum for patients living with stage 4 cancer, called Warriors, for which you must apply separately.
— Veronica, Responsible Publisher and stage4cancer patient diagnosed with synovial sarcoma in 2004
Latest articles and stories
- Veronica’s fight is over after 11 years
- How good is Soy-fed Farmed Salmon?
- Story Update – October 31, 2014
- Cancer and Low Oxygen Levels
- Cancer and Motivation, Flexibility, and a Supportive Team
- Folic Acid in Cereals & Bread – Is it Good for You?
- Medicating Cancer Pain the Wrong Way
- Pain Perception & Pain Scales
- Chemotherapy Treatments and Side Effects
- Vitamin B1, B2, B6 deficiency and cancer
- Getting used to the Scary Follow-up Check-ups with Stage 4 Cancer
- An Article about Information Gathering on behalf of a Cancer Patient
- Waiting for the next cycling season
- Do not give up! About Finding New Tools for an Active Life
- Is life worth so much suffering?
- Travelling with advanced cancer
- Ability to Adapt to a new Life with Cancer
- Cancer and Motivation combined with Adaptability
- Cancer Diagnosis – What to tell, how to tell it, to whom?
- Jumping the Cancer-related Hurdles
- Husband’s View: Protecting Wife with Cancer from Infections
- Preparing for spring
- Hotels, retreats, and resorts
- Veronica’s Story
- Riding My Wave, Czech version
- Cancer & Sarcoma & Synovial Sarcoma
- Stage 4 Cancer & Related Cancer Terms
- Chemotherapy & Wigs
- Chemotherapy & Hair
- Choosing a colostomy bag
- Funding sarcoma research
- An article about staying in touch with friends while fighting cancer
- Cane helps to walk but it can also alert others around you and protect you from collisions
- Living with cancer is a team effort
- BRAVO! Great handicap tool for those weakened by cancer!