Taking a Stand for Metastatic Breast Cancer
September 3, 2014
Prepare for an emotional and passionate discussion on life and death. Lori Marx-Rubiner, President, METAvivor Awareness, Research and Support, along with Kelly Lange, Past President and now Secretary/Treasurer,and CJ (Dian) Corneliussen-James, Co-Founder/Director of Advocacy and Past President join us to discuss a diagnosis that could impact us all. Fortunately, many women beat breast cancer, but not everyone makes it through. We’ll tell you about Metastatic Breast Cancer – or MBC, which is Stage Four breast cancer, and how these patients are seemingly forgotten. Kelly, CJ and Lori speak from experience. All have MBC. Hear their story and find out how you can play a role in life-saving research efforts. You don’t want to miss this very important discussion.
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