Understanding MBC: Chronic vs. Terminal | Story Half Told

The term “terminal” usually refers to a progressive disease that is incurable, irreversible, and does not respond to treatment. Death is usually the expected result within a short period of time. Some examples of terminal diseases are AIDS and metastatic cancer. Some examples of chronic diseases are asthma, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and hypertension.
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