Written by oncologists and patients, the authors have presented real, inspirational clinical histories specifically for patients with metastatic breast cancer (MBC). Having been told by their doctors that MBC is “treatable but not curable,” many focus on the word incurable. This book describes the clinical courses of thirty-nine woman and one man living with MBC often many years beyond what statistics would predict. These are stories of coping, courage, adaptation, prolonged survivals, true grit, and occasional miracles. After reading this book, it is hoped that the reader will gain hope and persevere, feeling that they, too, can beat the statistics.