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MBC Awareness Day 2021

Last updated: October 2021

October 13 is nationally recognized as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day in an effort to create more awareness and research for people living with stage 4 breast cancer. In addition, we remember and honor those who were taken away too soon. Our theme this year is hope.

Hope for MBC

Our hope today and everyday for those living with and impacted by metastatic breast cancer.

  1. We hope to share knowledge and create more awareness about metastatic breast cancer.
  2. We hope this is an opportunity to provide resources and support for those who are living with metastatic disease.
  3. We hope that together we can find ways to further support those living with or impacted by this disease.
  4. We hope this community is a source of comfort, support, and connection.

Community Poll

How do you maintain hope?

What are ways of sharing hope?

  1. Be active – learn or share something you have learned about MBC.
  2. Make a donation – research is so important!
  3. Share stories – let’s generate more awareness together!
  4. Share hope – reach out to others with love and support.
  5. Share a memory of someone who was taken to soon.

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