Stage 4 Breast Cancer Patient Finds Normalcy in "IV League"

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Forty-seven-year-old Sandy Kugelman, a single mother of three, has dealt with Stage 4 breast cancer for the past five years, going through rounds of chemo, sessions of radiation and a mastectomy. Kugelman explains how going to the hospital no longer gives her that smell of not wanting to be there, but gives her the idea that this is what is keeping her alive.

A member of a sisterhood of Stage 4 patients who call themselves the “IV League”, Kugelman finds comfort in spending time, mentoring and creating normalcy in their lives.

Watch this eye-opening interview about what it’s like to be diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer and how these patients hope for more research to find a cure. LIKE if you are fighter!

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