Transform and improve the lives of people living with metastatic breast cancer.
Unify the efforts of MBC Alliance members to improve the lives of, and outcomes for, those living with metastatic breast cancer and their families through increasing awareness and education about the disease and advancing policy and strategic coordination of research funding – specifically focused on metastasis – that has the potential to extend life, enhance quality of life and ultimately… to cure.
Ensuring all metastatic breast cancer patients and their caregivers know how and are able to access the care and services they need from a responsive and well-informed healthcare system
Building understanding of metastatic breast cancer and how it differs from early stage breast cancer among those diagnosed, as well as their families, health care providers, researchers, health policy influencers and makers
Advocating for progress in research focusing on extending life, enhancing quality of life and ultimately ending death from the disease
We are led by patient advocates including people diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, and their caregivers. All Alliance members have an equal “seat at the table” and each contribute at least one staff member to our work. More than 50 experts from our members participate in either a Task Force or our Executive Group.
Task Force Co-Chairs
Janine Guglielmino, Living Beyond Breast Cancer, Information Task Force
Andrea Hutton, Patient Advisor, Information Task Force
Katherine O’Brien, Metastatic Breast Cancer Network, Awareness Task Force
Catherine Ormerod, Living Beyond Breast Cancer, Awareness Task Force
Teri Pollastro, Patient Advisor, Research Task Force
Stephanie Reffey, Susan G. Komen, Research Task Force
Deborah Collyar, Independent Advocate
Margaret Flowers, Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Stacy Lewis, Young Survival Coalition
Kimberly Sabelko, Susan G. Komen
Lynda Weatherby, Patient Advisor
Hope Wohl, BreastCancer.org
Read and share the MBC Alliance Trifold brochure below
Current as of May 17, 2019