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Have you ever felt like running away?  Not the way we felt when we were kids, but as an adult, just running away.

I was so despondent this week to learn that the Afinitor was not working, and my tumor markers had tripled.  I had a liver scan yesterday, but I don't really want to know the results.  

Cancer is so overwhelming.  I try to stay positive, but every now and then, I blow.  At times like this, going to a desert island to wait out the inevitable does not seem like an unreasonable idea.  I'll bet other women have done that.

I am worn out. My doctor is now giving me male hormones, which have been effective for some with estrogen-receptor-positive breast cancer.  He had the nerve to tell me there is a possibility I will grow facial hair. Did I really need to know that?

I am flying to New York to appear on 'Fox and Friends' on Thursday, and 'Huckabee' on Saturday.  I have exciting news to share about a nontoxic chemotherapy drug to be released this year.   Also, Stella & Dot Company has created two beautiful bracelets, a gorgeous scarf and other accessories to benefit the Noreen Fraser Foundation (which will receive 100 percent of net proceeds during the month of October, so I hope we sell a ton!)  

You can view these lovely items on the Noreen Fraser Foundation website,  noreenfraserfoundation.org. They make a beautiful holiday gift, take a peek!

I may be writing to you next week from an undiscovered island near Fiji!

Noreen Fraser is living with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer. She is the Founder and CEO of the Noreen Fraser Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to funding groundbreaking women's cancer research. To stay in touch with Noreen, please 'LIKE' The Noreen Fraser Foundation on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.  Noreen can be contacted via email at noreen@noreenfraserfoundation.org.