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  • What we do:
    22 Sep 2016
    ...patients to use their story and voice to bring attention to the needs of metastatic breast cancer patients and to use their knowledge to participate more fully with their healthcare provider
  • What we do:
    22 Sep 2016
    ...patients about metastatic breast cancer treatments and how to cope with the disease; Educate the public about the differences between early and advanced stage disease.
  • What we do:
    22 Sep 2016
    …for focused research to find more targeted therapies to lengthen the lives of patients and make metastatic breast...
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MBCN produces and offers a wide variety of up-to-date information and resources for people dealing with MBC.
MBCN is also a champion of clinical trials and research.

Please consider helping the MBCN with its mission to Educate, Advocate and Empower people with stage IV breast cancer and those who love and care for them.

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Telling your story can be healing and empowering for you. And inspiring and meaningful for others. Share yours with others… and for yourself. Send your story to: mbcn@mbcn.org    

Our Mission

The Metastatic Breast Cancer Network (MBCN), a volunteer, patient-led advocacy organization, seeks to address the unique needs and concerns of women and men who are living with metastatic or Stage IV breast cancer.

Not just being alive... LIVING!

Pragmatism. Realism. Optimism.

Cancer should never define anyone. It is a noun, and not an adjective. Each of us is more than a survivor, caregiver, doctor, or nurse. . .Live pragmatically, stay grounded in reality and remain optimistic!

— Dr Don Dizon, speaking at MBCN’s 2013 conference at MD Anderson

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