Beyond the Breast: How Some Patients Combat Brain Metastases

Two women living with metastatic breast cancer that has spread to the brain describe the tools that are helping to keep them alive.

Flori Hendron was taking a shower when she felt a tiny lump near her armpit. She was 38 with no family history of breast cancer, so she figured the growth would be benign. To be safe, she scheduled a doctor’s appointment.