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<p>More than half of American women living with advanced breast cancer feel support from friends and family is not as strong now as when they were first diagnosed, according to the global Count Us, Know Us, Join Us survey.</p><p>American women with stage IV metastatic breast cancer and stage III locally advanced breast cancer &ndash; collectively known as advanced breast cancer &ndash; must cope with feelings of isolation when their disease progresses &ndash; a time when, conceivably, support is needed most. Findings from the survey provide insight as to why and how the experiences of women with advanced breast cancer differ from those with earlier stages.</p><p>&ldquo;People diagnosed with earlier stages of breast cancer focus on completi

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