Sunday, September 21


Elizabeth Edwards talked with Free press medical writer Patricia Anstett the other day. She describes her philosophy of living with advanced breast cancer. Diagnosed in 2004, the cancer recurred in 2007 and has moved to her bones. Edwards also tells how she copes with loss of fidelity and trust in her marriage. She says she and her husband aren’t a perfect couple and there is no perfection in life. Edwards declines to address whether she has gotten over her husband’s affair. She compares any loss to losing a leg. You can learn to walk without one, but it always will be a part of you. Interesting snippets


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