Watch as real women with advanced breast cancer (ABC) tell their stories and shed light on the current gaps in ABC care.
This video was filmed with real patients over three days at the 2019 ESO-ESMO Advanced Breast Cancer Fifth International Consensus Conference (ABC5).
The short film is subtitled in EN, BG, IT, MS, NL, PT, SP.
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Work can be an integral part of peoples’ wellbeing. For some it’s a passion, while for others it’s simply a way to earn money – but when it comes to advanced breast cancer, everything surrounding work can change.
Studies show 60% of women with advanced breast cancer have seen their household income drop as a result of their illness and two thirds of employed women with advanced breast cancer no longer work full time*.
Our Wall of Stories gives people a chance to share the truth about working with advanced breast cancer. Click here for more information.
* The Invisible Woman 2020 survey of 98 women with advanced breast cancer across 8 EU countries.
The ABC Global Charter aims to drive change in the care of patients with ABC, tailoring actions to make them relevant and feasible for different geographies and capacities. The Actions for Change aim to achieve near and longer-term goals, to give patients a voice, bring patient needs to the fore for driving decision-making and ultimately improve and extend their lives.Learn More