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MBC Alliance Develops a Call-to-Action for Research on Exceptional Responders


Moonshots and Metastatic Disease One topic that arose on the MBC Alliance Research Task Force as the Alliance moved from conducting the Landscape Analysis to actionable projects to advance research was a series of discussions on the need for more research to be conducted on patients with an exceptionally long response, or unusually poor response to therapy,

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MBC Alliance Tells Its Story


With the expert help of author and journalist Sunny Sea Gold, the “story” of the beginnings of the Alliance is now available for distribution. Including interviews with and case studies of some of our founding members, Gold has crafted an article that we hope will increase awareness of the Alliance and its work while also

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Metastatic Trial Search™ Expands


San Francisco, CA  (December 7, 2016) – Metastatic Trial Search (MTS), a web-based personalized clinical trial matching tool that was developed by BreastCancerTrials.org and collaboratively launched in October 2015 by non-profits Breastcancer.org, Metastatic Breast Cancer Network, Living Beyond Breast Cancer, Young Survival Coalition and Triple Step Toward the Cure, is now available through an additional

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MBC Alliance Welcomes More New Members


Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance Welcomes More New Members in 2016 Nearly 50 leading public and private partners are working together to improve the lives of people living with metastatic breast cancer December 8, 2016: The Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance (“the Alliance”) welcomes the addition of 6 new organization members to its advocacy-led effort to accelerate research progress

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Help Keep Me in the Picture


Metastatic breast cancer (MBC) is breast cancer that has spread from the breast to other parts of the body – the liver, lung, brain, bones or other organs – and while there are treatment options, there is no cure.  In the US, MBC takes the lives of 41,000 women and 500 men each year.  In spite

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