Diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer? Learn more about your treatment options and what to expect.
Learn what metastatic breast cancer means and what to do if your cancer has spread.
When breast cancer spreads, or metastasizes, it often goes to these five places: the lymph nodes, bones, liver, lungs, and brain. See how breast cancer metastasis affects the body, possible symptoms, and treatment.
Stage IV and square one: What you can control after a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis.
Learn more about the emotional and financial support available to you.
Susan Rahn is living a vibrant life with metastatic breast cancer.
Three women living with metastatic breast cancer share how they learned to embrace their diagnosis, accept the changes in their body, and boost their self-esteem.
An oncologist shares what she tells someone after a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis. Support and knowledge can be comforting in the face of many unknowns.
How to make the most out of life with metastatic breast cancer.
Life after a cancer diagnosis will not only change how you feel, but what day-to-day tasks you should take on.
Cancer treatment zaps your energy, but there are ways to recharge and get the rest you need.
The key to successful pain management is being specific with your doctor. Stay on top of it with these strategies.
How does this “blanket of support” help ease the emotional and physical strain of living with an illness?
Clinical trials test the safety and effectiveness of new treatments. What qualifies you for one, and what’s the process like?
When cancer spreads, so do myths. Learn the metastatic breast cancer facts you can trust.
Before you sit down with family to discuss a cancer diagnosis, know you’re not alone.
Be careful about how you speak around someone who’s dealing with breast cancer. These four tips can help you be of service and show you care.
There are several kinds, but targeted therapies can slow cancer growth. Find out how these treatments can help.
What are my treatment options for advanced breast cancer?
What resources can you rely on outside of friends and family? Different members of your care team can help connect you to your needs.
When you have metastatic breast cancer, surrounding yourself with the right people can make a difference in your treatment and your life.
If you have stage 3 or stage 4 breast cancer, there are things you can do for yourself to feel better at home, in addition to your medical treatments. Get ideas that you can start to use today.
A balanced diet packed with nutrients will help your body heal during cancer treatment.
When you have advanced breast cancer, your friends may want to know these things but not know how to ask you.
Taking care of yourself when you have stage III or stage IV breast cancer goes beyond what your doctors can do. Get ideas for getting the support and TLC that you need.
You have advanced breast cancer, but you also have a job. Here’s how to handle your work life after your diagnosis.