Managing Pain

The symptoms of metastatic breast cancer (MBC) can have a big impact on your everyday life. Pain is 1 common symptom of Stage 4 breast cancer and a side effect of some MBC treatments. Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with advanced disease for some time, there may be things that can be done to help alleviate cancer pain. The resources below are provided for informational purposes only and are not meant to be a substitute for the advice of your doctor or other health care professionals.

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Managing Pain Related to Metastatic Breast Cancer
by Susan G. Komen
Learn more about controlling MBC pain and see questions your doctor may ask you about your pain.
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Treatments for Pain
by Breastcancer.org
Read an article about the different ways that you and your health care team can help address MBC pain.
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Opening the Door to Effective Pain Management: Getting the Facts and Getting Help
by CancerCare
View or print out a helpful tip sheet on what to look for if you are having cancer pain.
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Management of Pain and Other Side Effects
by Metastatic Breast Cancer Network
Read this Q&A to learn more about when to treat MBC pain, how to treat it, and what to do about the side effects of pain medications.
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Managing Cancer Pain
by CancerCare
Use this e-booklet to help you talk to and work with your care team to treat cancer pain and manage opioid side effects.
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Bone Mets
by Metastatic Breast Cancer Network
Read a brief overview of what bone metastasis (or “bone met”) is and learn about how it is diagnosed and treated.
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