My GF has Stage 4 breast cancer

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My GF has Stage 4 breast cancer

by NeidennX on Mon Jan 27, 2020 07:27 PM

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Hi! My girlfriend and I started on February last year and on March she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, she went through hormone theraphy for around 3 months and then she was scheduled for a double mastectomy, she went through that and a month after her doctor told her that she needed pteventive chemotherapy for a couple of months, that was shocking to us since after the surgery her soctor told us that they removed the whole disease and that chemo was not needed, but then she mentioned the thing about the preventive chemo, anyway, before the chemo the doctors need a full CAT Scan and an MRI, after this they found a out that the cancer moved to her spine, since apparently the surgeon didn't mentioned us that the cancer had mutated and moved to her right arm ganglia, so the surgeon remove almost all them during the mastectomy, but since the cancer mutated and moved to her ganglia started to move through her blood and then it allocated in her spine only in a few vertebrae so now  she's stage 4 and she's been in chemotherapy and inmunotherapy since September last year and now we'll been through a lot of drama but we'll be able to manage it quite well, but i'm struggling with making her happy, or make her laugh or make her feel like... Normal or better, she's always depressed and sad, and she has reason for that, but idk how to deal with this since i feel like every time she's with me she's not being hapoy, she tried several times to break up with me or to convince me to leave her since she doesn't want me to go through this, but it may sound corny but she's the one for me and i love her so much i don't want her to be all alone, can you help me?

I hope you guys could give me some advice, she's 29 and I'm 24

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