Facing Mortality

April 12, 2021

Following a new diagnosis of breast cancer, older women often have worse outcomes when it comes to their breast cancers and receive less than standard therapy than younger women.

A diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer or recurrent ovarian or uterine cancer comes with an array of emotions and concerns. Dr. Anne Kane discusses the implications of facing mortality while also living as fully, richly, and deeply as possible. Dr. Kane brings her training and experience in working with those dealing with traumatic grief, loss, and serious illness to SHARE to explore this real, yet seldomly discussed issue.