Transcript for Meredith Vieira talks about finding your voice with metastatic breast cancer
ra's passion project. Since she's been in this pandemic, a new website geared to support women with metastatic breast cancer. This segment sponsored by pfizer. Meredith is a journalist whose career spans more than 25 years. Hosting "The view" and 11 seasons fronting "Who wants to be a millionaire." I'm so excited to be here. Reporter: Taking over for Regis Philbin who recently passed away. He loved to talk to people. He was one of the best story tellers ever. Reporter: Meredith, usually very busy has been laying low. It's been scary. I won't lie to you. There's been a powerful quality to it for me. Reporter: Meredith taking on a project inspired by the memory of her grandmother who passed away from metastatic breast cancer in the late 1970s. I saw the fear in her eyes. She was scared. Reporter: Mbc is breast cancer that is spread to other parts of the body. More than 155,000 women in the U.S. Are living with metastatic breast cancer, a disease difficult to treat. Speaking up and advocating for the best care possible is vital. Meredith now hosting a show on WNBC radio. Her grandmother an inspiration. She never asked her doctor any questions. Her doctor would tell her what she had to do and that was it. There was a silence that permeated this illness. Reporter: Now more than ever patients need to speak up. During the pandemic people are skipping screenings and delaying treatments which is why Meredith is teaming up with our sponsor pfizer. Find your mbcvoice.com. Gives you the tools you need when you're diagnosed. It allows you the chance to really develop a clear voice and take control of your health care moving forward. It's all about empowerment. It's about answering those questions you might not even know you needed to ask. Reporter: Coming up here on
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