Metastatic Cancer

Welcome to this evidence-based hub of information to support you and your family through the intricacies of Metastatic disease. Here, you'll find all the knowledge needed to make aligned choices about your care and life with Metastatic Cancer.

What is metastatic cancer?

Metastatic cancer, also known as Stage IV (4) Cancer, sometimes referred to as advanced cancer, describes a tumour that has spread to a different part of the body than where it started. You can have metastatic disease at the time of your diagnosis (de novo metastatic disease), or a metastatic diagnosis may come years after your initial cancer.

What’s our hope?


We hope this resource provides valuable and up-to-date information to help you navigate life with metastatic cancer. With simple-to-comprehend guides, personal stories, and expert knowledge, we hope to empower you to make informed decisions about your care and life.

We offer insights into treatment and support options available for you and your family in one convenient place. We know it can be overwhelming to receive a metastatic diagnosis, so we hope to alleviate some of it with this central resource you can return to time and time again.

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