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Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Welcome to's website community for people living with metastatic breast cancer. We are dedicated to assisting you, and these pages offer easy access to a wealth of cutting-edge information specific to your needs.

In this community, you can read about the latest news on advanced disease, treatments and updates on clinical trials. Use the navigation bar on the left to quickly and easily access the topics of interest to you.

We hope the information and support offered in this section brings you comfort and enables you to make informed decisions regarding your physical and emotional health.

A Journey of Faith and Thriving Through Stage IV: Sheila Johnson-Glover

Sheila Glover writes about her experience living with metastatic breast cancer. 

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On the Blog

    Trial Explores Adding Entinostat to Exemestane for Advanced Breast Cancer

    Researchers seek 600 men or postmenopausal women who have hormone receptor-positive, HER2-negative breast cancer that has spread to tissue, lymph nodes or another area of the body for a phase III study.

    New Medicine for HER2-positive Metastatic Breast Cancer Under Study

    The phase II HERMIONE study is designed to compare MM-302, a new anti-HER2 medicine, plus trastuzumab, to chemotherapy of a physician’s choice, plus trastuzumab.

    February 2015 Ask the Expert: Being Your Own Caregiver

    Not everyone has a big support system to lean on after a breast cancer diagnosis. Whether you are living alone, living far from friends and family, or simply keep only a small circle of close friends, you may find that you have to care for yourself more often than others. Still, there may be moments when having a stronger support system could be useful.

    This February, Living Beyond Breast Cancer expert Christina Bach, MBE, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C answered your questions about how to juggle everyday life with cancer treatment when you are your own caregiver; what kinds of professionals your treatment center may have to help you; and where to find the support you want.