Share Your Story: Liz Curran
Liz Curran lost her sister to aggressive breast cancer. This changed her life in so many ways and led her down a path to become a holistic cancer health coach.
- 01:15: Tell us a little bit about your sister.
- 03:21: The nurse still thinks I might have breast cancer.
- 05:05: What was your sister’s prognosis given that it was a very aggressive type of breast cancer?
- 08:47: It’s interesting to me that your sister underwent chemotherapy first.
- 10:19: She had a dear friend who lived across the street from her who was an energy therapist.
- 12:05: She never talked like she was going to die.
- 13:03: My hardest moment was sitting there receiving that for her.
- 16:02: Her cancer had spread everywhere.
- 19:02: I just want you to know her cancer was remarkable, and there’s absolutely nothing I could have done for her at all.
- 21:25: She did not have clinical trials available to her at that time.
- 22:09: All of those things play such an immense role in the ability of your medications to work.
- 24:42: Did you have a best moment during this time?
- 26:57: I didn’t know that she was going to die two days later.
- 30:02: What is one thing you wish you had known at the beginning?
- 31:06: If you could only do one thing to improve health care in the U.S., what would it be and why?
- 32:20: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions
- 34:56: Aside from Cancer U, what is one resource you would recommend for cancer patients and caregivers?