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A #MetsMonday Invitation

From time to time, I share guest posts here on the blog. I love sharing my space because I believe so strongly in the power of shared stories.

Recently, I was thinking, what easier way to advocate could there be than to open up my blog on #MetsMonday and feature a metster each month?

This is one more small way I will be an ally for those with metastatic breast cancer.

So, my invitation is officially open to any or all metsters out there who might be interested in contributing a post for Nancy’s Point. I also welcome posts from partners, other caregivers and/or family members and friends.

Posts accepted will need to be fresh, which means I won’t accept posts that are cut and pasted from your blog, anyone else’s blog or any other online site.

I encourage anyone who accepts this invitation to be as candid as you are comfortable being. And no, you do not have to be a blogger.

This invitation is for anyone directly impacted by metastatic breast cancer.

Keeping it real. Support you can use. Those are my goals here, too.

If you’re interested in being a #MetsMonday featured contributor, send me an email (nancy@nancyspoint.com) with your post ideas. Questions? Email me those as well.

If I get lots of interest, I’ll be picking based on order received along with content appropriateness and writing quality. I will have the final edit. I am offering payment for published posts because I believe writers should be compensated whenever possible. If there’s no interest, I’ll know this was a dumb idea.

I’ll start things off by featuring a post once a month.

As always, thank you for reading and sharing.

Please pass it on.

Thank you!

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Are you interested in participating, or do you know someone who might be?

Do you have metastatic disease, or do you know someone who does or did?

How are you an ally for those with metastatic breast cancer?

A #MetsMonday Invitation

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Beth L. Gainer

Saturday 19th of May 2018

Nancy, whatever the outcome, this isn't a dumb idea. I think it will help shed some light on MBC.

Sari

Wednesday 21st of March 2018

Dear Nancy, I have been reading your blog or article previously when I was diagnosed back in Nov 2015 - had chemo and lumpectomy. Unfortunately last Nov, doctor found 2 more lumps and I went through mastectomy. Numerous metastatic tumor are detected around my bones and ribs. I would be interested in contributing but sometimes I feel so helpless :-(

Nancy

Thursday 22nd of March 2018

Sari, I'm sorry you've received a mbc diagnosis, and it's understandable that you feel that way sometimes. If you'd like to contribute, send me an email. Thank you for your interest. My best to you.

Trish

Sunday 4th of March 2018

Hi Nancy, I think your #metsmonday is a great idea, I would be interested in contributing,..... I think. I am almost 8 years out from B.C. mets diagnosis.

Nancy

Thursday 8th of March 2018

Trish, I'm glad you think it's a good idea. Send me an email when you have time. Thank you.

Corrine Winfield

Wednesday 28th of February 2018

Hello

I think I would be interested in contributing to metsmonday I had an original primary diagnosis back in 2014 Last year, September I found another lump And alongside that found out I also had numerous Metastatic tumours in my lungs And several lymph nodes affected too

Nancy

Thursday 1st of March 2018

Corrine, I am sorry to hear about your progression. Send me an email and we can talk about things. Thank you for your interest.

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