SUPPORT BEYOND TREATMENT

SUPPORT BEYOND TREATMENT

METASTATIC BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUPS

If you are living with metastatic breast cancer, you will need support. Find support beyond your metastatic breast cancer treatment to help you in your day-to-day life and connect you with local programs and online communities that can offer encouragement, as well as psychological and emotional support. We understand that receiving a breast cancer diagnosis can be stressful and leave you overwhelmed and even scared. However, having various resources such as websites and support groups on hand can offer patients diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer some peace of mind. There are many foundations and organizations in Hong Kong ready to help guide you through your metastatic breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. We’ve listed a few organizations in Hong Kong that either provide online or in person support programs for people going through metastatic breast cancer treatment.

Go to Patient websites and support groups.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR METASTATIC BREAST CANCER PATIENTS

The cost of cancer treatment may be a point of stress and concern for you and your family, and we understand that coping with the financial responsibilities that comes with your metastatic breast cancer treatment may sometimes seem overwhelming; this is where our financial assistance resources for breast cancer patients come in. For patients who are looking for better access to Pfizer’s breast cancer treatment, there are a few different financial assistance programs that work with organizations to help support metastatic breast cancer patients during their treatment. We have gathered resources and information on financial assistance provided by NGOs and government organizations that can potentially help you during your metastatic breast cancer treatment. 

Discover what financial assistance is available to help you access your treatment.

 

Disclaimer

This health information is provided for reference only and is not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare provider.

All decisions regarding patient care must be made with a healthcare provider.