As hopeful as the statistics are, there will be our loved ones who won’t win their battle. They will die. And it will hurt, so much. But the one good thing, if there is such a thing, from death by breast cancer versus some other way is that it gives her, and you, time to work through everything between you before she leaves. It’s a chance to clean the slate. If your loved one had a heart attack, died in a car crash, had a brain aneurism, whatever, they would be gone, and closure would not be possible. So, if your loved one is dying of breast cancer, use this time wisely, and work all the things that need to be worked out between you – before it’s too late.