Learn how to apply for LBBC’s Young Advocate Program for young women affected by breast cancer.
Deadline extended through August 29, 2014!
The Summer 2014 issue of LBBC's quarterly newsletter features stories on coping with fear of recurrence and the myths of clinical trials. Guest writer Marlene Snyder shares her story of being diagnosed with breast cancer after being treated for three other cancers in the past. Your peers give insight into what they wish they knew when they were first diagnosed.
- When Looking at Older Women, Researchers See Links Between Frailty, Race and Failing to Start Hormonal Therapy
- For Average Risk of Second Breast Cancer, Preventive Breast Removal Yields Slight Benefit
- Is an Aromatase Inhibitor with Ovarian Suppression Better for Premenopausal Women?
- Researchers Find 25 Percent of Women With Breast Cancer Attribute Financial Problems to the Disease
- Infertility Risk High After Breast Cancer Treatment
Yoga on the Steps: Denver09/13/2014
Join us for Yoga on the Steps: Denver at Cheesman Park Pavilion. Yoga on the Steps is LBBC’s signature fundraising event that engages and connects over 2,000 participants at a large, outdoor yoga class suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Learn about chemobrain, what causes it and how to manage this possible side effect of treatment.
On the Blog
August 15, 2014
It’s About You: Laura Ross’ Story
LBBC would like to introduce our newest guest blogger Laura Ross. Today she shares her breast cancer journey and how she became familiar with LBBC’s programs and services, specifically our annual Fall conference. Driving on I-95 South in Philadelphia, late October 2011, I passed a billboard for Breast Cancer awareness month. “Ah” I said, “I never want to be […
Living Beyond Breast Cancer experts Steve Martinez, MD, MAS, FACS, a cancer surgeon, and Tonia Goffinet, RN, a surgery nurse, answer your questions about what to expect from surgery for breast cancer.