Metastatic Stage IV Breast Cancer Community Support Program

What is metastatic breast cancer?

Metastatic breast cancer (also called stage IV or advanced breast cancer) is not a specific type of breast cancer, but rather the most advanced stage of breast cancer. We know that stage IV breast cancer has its' own unique set of challenges, and The Christ Hospital is excited to host a Community Support Program in Cincinnati for women living with this disease.

Community Support Program Details

The Metastatic Stage IV Breast Cancer Community Support Program at The Christ Hospital is a professionally lead support group to provide information and peer support to patients with stage IV breast cancer. Recognizing a need for this type of support group in the Cincinnati area, The Christ Hospital is partnering with Cancer Support Community to provide a safe environment for women to learn about this disease, hear from professional speakers, and form a networking support group.

Where: The Christ Hospital | 2139 Auburn Ave | Cincinnati, OH 45219

               6th Floor | The Joint & Spine Center

When: Wednesday, May 8th 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

               After the May 8th meeting, all 2019 meetings will be the first Wednesday of every month.

Schedule: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Lunch provided and presentation of topics of interest

               1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Networking group

RSVP (Required): Email or call 513-585-4002

Who is the Community Support Program for?

The Metastatic Stage IV Breast Cancer Community Support Program is open to any metastatic breast cancer patient, regardless of where they receive their care. There is no referral necessary, but a reservation is required for each session. To reserve your spot, RSVP to or by calling 513-585-4002.

What can I expect at the Community Support Program?

This program was created based off of what real women diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer wanted, to address their needs in treatment physically, mentally, and emotionally.