Tricia Russo has been living with MBC since February 2013 when they discovered her stage 2 breast cancer had spread to her brain. In 2015, Tricia channeled her film background, having worked previously for companies such as Miramax Films and Walt Disney Motion Pictures, and founded the non-profit, The Cyan Gray Hope Foundation. Their feature documentary, Love Always, Mom raises awareness for MBC and infertility issues, has 5-stars on Amazon Prime Video, and has won numerous awards at film festivals across the country. Proceeds from the distribution of the documentary fund metastatic breast cancer research and a family-building grant. Tricia has served as a Hear My Voice Volunteer for Living Beyond Breast Cancer, been an honoree at Metavivor's Be Bold and Behold gala, featured in Health Magazine as part of the #KissThis4MBC campaign, and served as a Patient Advocate on a Metavivor-funded study at USC. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband and their now-4-year-old son, Grayson. Watch Love Always, Momon Amazon and follow their journey @lovealwaysmomthemovie. Seven years is well beyond the average for someone diagnosed with MBC and she will never take the time she has on this Earth for granted.