Diagnosis and Treatment
Information

A Stage 4 or metastatic breast cancer (MBC) diagnosis can be
overwhelming. With so many questions, you may find it hard to find the
information you need. Being educated about the disease can help you
know how to talk to your doctor about treatment. Below are some
resources that may help you as you start your treatment journey.

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The Importance of Patient Advocacy: Jensen

by Eisai Inc.

Jensen talks about the importance of taking control of your own treatment.

Breast Cancer Org

Stages of Breast Cancer

by Breastcancer.org

Learn more about the stages of breast cancer and the treatment options associated with each stage.

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Breast Cancer Subtypes

by Susan G. Komen

Learn about the different breast cancer subtypes, including how they may impact your treatment.

Breast Cancer Org

Your Guide to the Breast Cancer Pathology Report

by Breastcancer.org

Bring this booklet with you to your doctor appointments to help you understand and keep track of the information covered in your own pathology report.

Cancer support Community

Treatment Options for Metastatic Breast Cancer

by Cancer Support Community

Review a summary of the different types of treatments for MBC—chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, and targeted therapy.

National Coalition FOr Cancer Suvivorship

Focus on the Care—Amy Berman: Palliative Care and Living Well With Cancer

by National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

Amy Berman, a nurse living with Stage 4 breast cancer, explains what palliative care is and its important supportive role.