Living Legacy – Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness

The Canadian Breast Cancer Network is pleased to launch the “Living Legacy” Campaign to raise awareness about metastatic breast cancer. A group of Canadian women living with metastatic breast cancer have shared their Living Legacies through this powerful video. These inspirational women hope to replace feelings of isolation and fear with connection and hope.

Watch the video and share your Living Legacy here.


‘Tis the Season for Giving!

The holiday season is upon us, the time of year when we think of giving, not only to our loved ones, but also to our favourite charities. This year, why not honour someone affected by breast cancer by giving to the Canadian Breast Cancer Network? Your gift will support our many programs and services for breast cancer survivors that are all offered free of charge, including our webinars, advocacy training workshops, educational retreats, and the magazine, Network News. All donations are tax-deductible and eligible for a charitable receipt.

Giving is easy! Find out how here.


Join LBBC for their annual webinar update from the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

Join Living Beyond Breast Cancer as they discuss new research out of the 2014 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium and how it can benefit you.

When: December 19, 2014, Noon -1pm

Click here for more information.


The First Step to Managing Metastatic Breast Cancer is to Know Your Type

Why is type so important?
Knowing as much as possible about breast cancer, and in particular metastatic breast cancer, may help individuals diagnosed with the disease to work with health care professionals to better understand their diagnosis and optimize treatment.

Click here to learn more about the types of breast cancer and to find out more about our Living Legacy Campaign.

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Last updated: December 4, 2014