We are proud to announce that Living Beyond Breast Cancer is a partner of #GivingTuesday, a national day of giving that celebrates and encourages activities that support charities and nonprofit organizations.
Our national survey, open until midnight PT on Jan. 10, 2014, assesses the unique information and support needs of all women with breast cancer. Survey findings will help us identify and address gaps in services for people with specific breast cancer diagnoses, such as triple-negative, hormone-positive or HER2 positive.
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- Cancer Stage Related to Degree of Depression in Young African-American Women
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Update From the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium12/19/2013
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On the Blog
December 3, 2013
#GivingTuesday Six-Word Memoirs: Part Three
You saw parts one and two. Here’s the third and final part of our #GivingTuesday breast cancer six-word memoir campaign. Support LBBC before midnight Eastern Time (ET) tonight! Here’s our third and final round of breast cancer six-word memoirs for #GivingTuesday. On behalf of everyone at Living Beyond Breast Cancer, we want to thank everyone […
Living Beyond Breast Cancer expert Hollye Jacobs, RN, MS, MSW, answers your questions about how to talk with children about what breast cancer is, the physical changes they may see you go through during treatment, how to handle the hard questions they may have, and how children of different ages may react to the news.