LBBC is partnering with Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation and Triple Step Toward the Cure to host a free witter chat on Monday March 3, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Interested in how LBBC will continue to support young women in the future? Read about some of our future programs.
- Physical Activity After Breast Cancer May Improve Quality of Life
- More Pre-Surgery Trastuzumab Not More Effective
- Breast Cancer Deaths Decline for Young
- Genetic Counseling by Phone May Be as Useful as In-person
- Tailored Treatment Based on Response to Early Chemotherapy May Improve Survival in Early-Stage Disease
Breakthroughs in Neoadjuvant Therapies03/25/2014
During our free March webinar, get the latest updates on neoadjuvant therapies, or treatments before the primary therapy, such as surgery.
#TNBCchat: Talking Triple-Negative Breast Cancer03/03/2014
Sign up for our free Twitter chat on Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Day.
On the Blog
March 3, 2014
Beyond C4YW: LBBC’s Continuing Commitment to Young Women
Jean A. Sachs, MSS, MLSP, wrote the letter below to reflect on the end of C4YW and to remind you all that LBBC remains committed to serving young women affected by breast cancer. For more information about our upcoming events and programs, visit our website, lbbc.org. Dear Friends, This year marks the end of C4YW, […
Living Beyond Breast Cancer expert Stephanie Fajuri, J.D., answered your questions about health insurance and breast cancer, how your health coverage may change because of the Affordable Care Act, and how to choose an insurance plan that meets your needs as a person with breast cancer.