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The Voice of People With Breast Cancer


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Living Legacy Campaign

The Living Legacy videos honours Canadian women living with metastatic breast cancer, and demonstrates that their lives and legacies are much more than a cancer diagnosis.

Below you will find information on the four sub-types of breast cancer as well as fact sheets on clinical trials and questions to ask your doctor. 

Know Your Type

Knowing as much as possible about metastatic breast cancer, and in particular, the subtypes of metastatic breast cancer, may help individuals when discussing their diagnosis with their healthcare team to better understand their disease and ways to optimize treatment. 

Sheryl Steeves

Click here to download a fact sheet about HR+ / HER2+ metastatic breast cancer.

Krista Dumas
HR- /HER2+

Click here to download a fact sheet about HR- / HER2+ metastatic breast cancer.

Susan Anthony
HR+ / HER2-

Click here to download a fact sheet about HR+ / HER2- metastatic breast cancer.

Mei-Lin Yee
HR- / HER2- (aka Triple Negative)

Click here to download a fact sheet about HR- / HER2- metastatic breast cancer.

10 Questions to Ask your Healthcare Provider

A metastatic cancer diagnosis can be an overwhelming and emotional experience. Click here to download 10 questions to ask your healthcare provider if you have been recently diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer.

Clinical Trials

Understanding more about clinical trials and how they work may help individuals with metastatic breast cancer decide if they are an option for them. Click here to download a fact sheet on some basic information about clinical trials to help individuals be better prepared to discuss this option with their healthcare team.

2014 - 2015 Living Legacy Campaigns



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