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It is normal for a cancer patient to feel sad. But depression is not normal — and it's treatable.
If you feel confused or have trouble focusing as you go through cancer treatment, it could be chemobrain. Learn more about what it is and why it happens.
Cancer changes bodies, and relationships. That doesn’t mean you have to give up intimacy and sex.
Here’s how you can find pain relief with a highly individualized combination of strategies.
Cancer patients find buddies, exchange advice, and share encouragement with a community of fellow patients in the treatment room.
Here is what patients who have been living with MBC—for three, six, even 23 years—want other patients and their loved ones to know.
Many with metastatic breast cancer will never get to "ring the bell" at their oncologist's office, signifying the end of treatment. But that's not stopping these thrivers from living their best lives!
Need to find an affordable way to get to your frequent medical appointments? A mix of national and local resources can help.
Metastatic breast cancer treatment can involve chemotherapy, radiation, and medication, which can cause nausea. Here are some solutions for this side effect.
Get tips for facing the future with metastatic breast cancer, including self-compassion, education, advocacy, and connecting with your support network.