Metastatic breast cancer [MBC] is the leading cause of cancer death in women globally with no cure. Women diagnosed with MBC endure a catastrophic upheaval to multiple aspects of their life and a radically transformed future landscape. Evidence suggests that the provision of care for women living with metastatic breast cancer is inadequate, socially isolating and stigmatising. To date, this topic has received little research attention. To increase understanding of the experiences of women living with MBC, a synthesis of current evidence is required.
An article by Trina Lyons-Rahilly, Pauline Meskell, Eileen Carey, Elizabeth Meade, Donal O’Sullivan and Alice Coffey.
To read this article click the following link: Exploring the experiences of women living with metastatic breast cancer [MBC]: A systematic review of qualitative evidence - PubMed (nih.gov)