Lianne Kraemer was 39 when she found out her breast cancer had spread and formed tumors inside her brain.Read More
As a result of more effective and varied treatments, patients with metastatic breast cancer (MBC) are living longer, particularly those with the HER2-positive subtype.Read More
“Just know that you’re not always going to feel as bad as you do at this moment.” The diagnosis isn’t a death sentence and you still have a future ahead of you.Read More
If your mom was facing breast cancer or your son had brain cancer, do you want a pharmacy benefit manager determining their care, or their doctor?Read More
Lara MacGregor is outrunning cancer with the help of some of her biggest supporters. Her fight against metastatic breast cancer, like running, is like a marathon.Read More
On a cold, bright Sunday afternoon during New York Fashion Week, nearly six hundred people packed into an old building in Manhattan's Lower East Side for an unusual lingerie show.Read More
April Doyle is living with metastatic breast cancer, but it’s only one part of the mother, writer, and woman she is.
These are quotes I gathered from women I know who have metastatic breast cancer.
Every person impacted by cancer has a unique and powerful story.Read More
Earlier this year, Dr. Jason Dranove had a mastectomy to prevent breast cancer. Yes, you read that right.Read More
Right about now, sometime between the second and third week of January, is when my new year’s resolutions would start to fade and then disintegrate.Read More
One in three women with breast cancer detected by a mammogram is treated unnecessarily, because screening tests found tumors that are so slow-growing that they’re essentially harmless.Read More
Thousands of metastatic breast cancer patients nationwide have given researchers access to their tumors and DNARead More
Breast cancer can take a heavy toll on the partners of patients, too, a new study finds.Read More
Beth Fairchild considered herself fairly well-educated about breast cancer.Read More
The hardest thing for Heather Tewell Youngs to do is quit on life. She just refuses. And she has a lot to live for.Read More
The first of October marked the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.Read More
Study shows need for increased awareness, as well as advocacy for more research and better insurance coverage.
Patients, families, organizations to engage in national dialogue focused on those living with incurable disease