Metastatic Breast Cancer: Telling Loved Ones the Diagnosis


Being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer is a heavy burden to carry. But apart from it being difficult for you to cope and accept your diagnosis, it’s also extremely difficult to give the bad news to your loved ones – your family, your friends, your colleagues. So what’s the best way to broach the subject? This Rethink Breast Cancer  film shares tips for how you can tell your loved ones about your diagnosis.  Michelle shares her own experiences as she explains the importance of communication with the people closest to you and the various ways to communicate including text, email, blogging, social media and talking face-to-face.

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