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Metastatic Breast Cancer Survey: Test Your Knowledge!

How much do you know about metastatic breast cancer? We're about to find out! Answer the seven questions below and then see how you did.

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In the US, how many people are affected by metastatic breast cancer?


Every day, how many people will die from metastatic breast cancer?


True or False: Metastatic breast cancer is not considered terminal.


True or False: Metastatic breast cancer is not curable.


Where can metastatic breast cancer spread?


True or False: Only women get breast cancer.


What is NOT a treatment option for metastatic breast cancer?

How many did you get right?

0-1: Maybe it’s time to brush up on your metastatic breast cancer knowledge. Start with learning the basics of metastatic breast cancer.
2-3: You know a bit, but there’s still lots to learn! Maybe try reading up on how metastatic breast cancer spreads.
4-5: Not bad! It sounds like you’re ready to learn the nuances of living with metastatic breast cancer. Check out this article on common myths and misconceptions.
6-7: Pro-status! You clearly have some experience with metastatic breast cancer. Are you interested in sharing your experience with others so they can learn more? Tell us about your journey.

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