Secondary Breast Cancer
Secondary or metastatic breast cancer is when the breast cancer cells spread from the breast to other parts of the body. This leads to the development of cancer in other areas, such as the liver, bone, lungs or brain.
There is no known cure for secondary breast cancer so facing a diagnosis can be scary. You may be thinking “how long do I have?”, “why me?”, and “it’s not fair”.
You will not know exactly what the future holds, but for many women the disease can controlled and they live full and productive lives.
On these pages you can find out more about secondary breast cancer, the treatment options, places you can get further support and stories from others who have the disease.