Do you, or a loved one, have metastatic breast cancer? Risk factors for the advanced cancer you should be aware of include age, certain genetic mutations, and others.
Keep in mind that you don’t always need to tell people about your diagnosis, but if you do, have your facts ready to make the process as easy as possible.
Throughout the ages, this form of advanced, stage IV breast cancer has caught the attention of doctors and others as they sought effective treatment.
Breast cancer can spread, or metastasize, to bones, the brain, the liver, and the lungs. Learn more about the treatments for each.
Metastatic breast cancer can change your emotional landscape. Focusing on what you can control and being honest about what you need can help.
Everything you need to know about metastatic breast cancer: including who has it, how common it is, what types exist, and differences in those types.
Take this quiz to test your knowledge on best nutrition practices when you have metastatic breast cancer.
Tips for getting support when you have metastatic breast cancer, including ask friends and family for help and joining support groups.
The emotional difference from stage I to stage IV breast cancer can be vast. Learning to let go of what you can’t control is a first step in helping you cope.
Jen Campisano was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer but new lumps changed everything – except her resolve to live her best life possible.