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16 People Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer Share Advice for the Newly Diagnosed
As many of the Breastcancer.org Community members in our stage IV forum can tell you, it gets better, especially as you learn that many people are living full and productive lives with MBC. We asked our Community members who are living with MBC what they wish they'd known back when they received their diagnosis and the advice they'd share...



What I wish friends knew

What I Wish My Friends Knew: Insights from Our Stage IV Community Forum
We asked members of our stage IV Community forum to weigh in with their thoughts about what they wish their friends and acquaintances knew about their diagnosis and situation...






how to find mental healthcare

Mental Health Care Options for People With Metastatic Breast Cancer
Learning about and living with metastatic breast cancer (MBC) can mess with your mind, to say the least. But it's important to prioritize your mental health as well as your physical health while living with MBC...





how to ask for help

How to Accept and Ask for Help When Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer
Asking for help is not easy for everyone, especially those who have traditionally managed their household or take pride in their independence. But there is no shame in acknowledging that you need help from other people...





talking to employer about mbc

How to Talk to Your Employer and Coworkers About Your Metastatic Breast Cancer
We asked experts and our Community members who are living with MBC to discuss their experiences sharing (or not) with their workplaces and to give insight on how to approach the situation.






Barry Jones male breast cancer

Barry Jones: Getting the Word Out About Male Breast Cancer
“Breast cancer — it’s not just for women anymore!” That quote offers a glimpse of the sense of humor that comes across in any conversation with Barry. But his underlying message is serious: Men can and do get breast cancer.


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