We know that navigating a metastatic breast cancer (MBC), diagnosis isn't easy, but with proper knowledge, tips, and support, you can be well equipped to face the challenges of MBC. That’s why Beyond Pink was created—to provide useful tools and information specifically for women with MBC and their loved ones as they face this unique journey together.
An MBC diagnosis can be a very different experience than a diagnosis of early-stage breast cancer. You may feel overwhelmed as you look for resources that address all your unanswered questions. These downloadable resources may help, but always remember to talk to your doctor about your diagnosis.
You are not alone in your journey with MBC. Watch these videos about living with MBC and learn tips to help you move forward.
Princess has learned firsthand the importance of advocating for herself along the MBC journey. Her new message to her treatment team: I want to be actively involved!
In this video, Judy discusses the challenges of looking “well” while living with MBC.
Even after successful treatment for early-stage breast cancer, the disease can come back. Hear how Lynn changed her approach to living with and managing the disease when she was diagnosed with MBC 19 years after her initial diagnosis.
When Suellen was diagnosed with MBC on Thanksgiving of 2014, she knew very little about the disease. Learn how she became proactive about sharing her journey and knowledge.
Camille knows firsthand the importance of connecting with others in similar situations to you when you’re faced with learning how to live with cancer for the rest of your life. Watch her video for her tips on finding tailored support to help you navigate through the MBC journey.
When you’re living with MBC, knowing the hormone receptor status can make a significant difference in your care. Learn how Shehla’s knowledge of her hormone receptor status has allowed her to become an active part of her treatment team.
Dianne was diagnosed with MBC only 3 years after completing treatment for early-stage breast cancer. Find out why she now advocates for arming yourself with knowledge to best manage your treatment journey.
Linda knows that a strong support system can be invaluable in providing information and support along the MBC journey. You might be surprised to hear who on her treatment team has become invaluable to her.
Kahron has learned to drive her own bus throughout the MBC journey by asking questions, getting a second opinion, and trusting her own instincts.
Christine shares how living and thriving in spite of MBC has become “the new normal.”
Show your support on social media by downloading and then posting these profile skins during National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day on October 13.