What is Metastatic breast cancer?

Breast cancer at stage 4 is metastatic, which means it has spread to another portion or regions of the body. If physicians discover breast cancer cells in the liver, for example, the condition is classed as breast cancer that has metastasized to the liver, rather than liver cancer in and of itself. These cancer cells are also known to spread to the lungs, brain, and bones, as well as lymph nodes. Metastatic breast cancer may be identified at any time, or it might develop months or years after the primary disease has been detected. While many other types of cancer have strong, positive outcomes with no evidence of disease or recurrence, metastatic breast cancer patients have to undergo treatment for the rest of their lives. The objective is to keep the disease from spreading further while providing the patient with a good standard of living.
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