Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed (Canadian Edition)

1st Edition
Nicole Baxter, MA (English Edition), MTM LinguaSoft (Translation)

The Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed, available here in French and English for a Canadian audience, will give you the information and support you need to make informed decisions about your treatment and to manage your emotions during the first few months after a metastatic diagnosis. Whether this is your first breast cancer diagnosis or you’ve had breast cancer before, this guide offers a deeper look at how metastatic breast cancer affects your daily life and how you can adapt to the changes it brings.

Living Beyond Breast Cancer, the Metastatic Breast Cancer Network and the Canadian Breast Cancer Network worked together to create Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed, which explains stage IV breast cancer, existing and upcoming treatment options and their side effects, clinical trials, and complementary therapies to relieve stress and anxiety. Learn how to talk effectively about your concerns with your healthcare providers and with the people closest to you. Understand your diagnosis to play an active role in your treatment.

The guide includes the experiences of women living with metastatic breast cancer of all ages, ethnicities and lifestyles.

Translated editions of the guide are supported by a grant from