Tauranga woman Sue Wall-Cade lives with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer - a terminal diagnosis that thrust her world into a cloud of uncertainty. Despite the shock, grief and pain of the past two years, the grandmother known affectionately as Nunu has fought. And it is because of her, future cancer patients will now have better access to a life-prolonging drug considered a game-changer in the medicine world. Parliament confirmed this week it would approve Pharmac funding Kadcyla. Wall-Cade shares the impact living with terminal cancer has on her daily life, how it has changed her, and the legacy she

Advertisement
Advertisement