It’s been said that life should not be measured by the number of breaths we take, rather the moments that take our breath away. Living life to the fullest and making the most of every day is something many of us aspire to do, but it became a real point of focus for 48-year-old mother of two Sherry Sniezek after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Sherry is one of approximately 155,000 people in the United States living with stage IV metastatic breast cancer (MBC) – the most advanced and an incurable form of the disease. Unlike those with early breast cancer, people with MBC will likely remain on some form of treatment for the rest of their lives. They hope for more conversation, support and resources, and Sherry is committed to raising awareness and inspiring others by sharing her story.
With her family, Sherry enjoys fishing, exploring the ocean and other adventures. Through these shared experiences, she continues to live life beyond her diagnosis and appreciate the little moments that can make a big difference.