Metastatic Breast Cancer:

Metastatic breast cancer, also known as stage IV breast cancer, means the cancer has spread from the breast to other parts of the body. While not curable, treatments focus on managing symptoms and extending life.

Therapies include chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and targeted treatments to slow cancer growth. Managing symptoms like pain and bone health is crucial for quality of life. Patients benefit from a team approach with oncologists and palliative care specialists.

Clinical trials offer hope for new treatments, emphasizing the need for ongoing research. Though challenging, advancements in managing metastatic breast cancer offer patients more options and improved quality of life.

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