Cancer Mother Meredith Israel: I WANT TO Die in Peace Ill remember that day in July 2009.

No emotion is right or wrong. I’ve already been through so very much since being diagnosed with cancer – specifically hearing doctor tell me I just had a calendar year. But right here I am, almost 19 months afterwards and fighting for my life. I plan to keep fighting for my 3-year-old child, my husband, family and friends. However when it’s my time, it’s my time. I want to die in peace. ABOUT THE WRITER Meredith Israel, 37, was identified as having stage 4 metastatic breast cancer in June, 2009. She says she’s in the combat of her life, determined to prevail for the sake of her family, including her 3-year-old girl, Niomi, and her hubby, Gary.Related StoriesResearchers successfully fix nerve cell harm in Alzheimer's dementiaRice researchers solve long-position mystery regarding hemophilia proteinDiscovery can offer clues to how some infections control expression of genetic materialThe group analyzed the genotypes for ABO bloodstream type, element V Leiden R506Q and prothrombin G20210A among 66,001 individuals who were adopted up from 1977 to 2010, and discovered that the chance for VTE was 1.4 times greater among people with a non-O bloodstream type than in people that have an O bloodstream type. Among people with the element V Leiden R506Q mutation, the chance for VTE was 2.2 and 7.0 times higher among homozygous and heterozygous individuals, respectively, compared with non-carriers.