Living Beyond Breast Cancer will hold a new healthcare provider webinar on Wednesday, March 18.
Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) CEO Jean A. Sachs, MSS, MLSP, has been named the 2014 Breast Cancer National Leader of the Year by Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine.
- Study Suggests Biweekly Treatment May Be Better For TNBC
- FDA Grants Accelerated Approval of Palbociclib
- Study Shows Many Women Need Repeat Surgery After Lumpectomy
- Women Taking Generic Aromatase Inhibitors More Likely to Continue Treatment
- MARIANNE Trial Shows T-DM1 Works About As Well As Standard First Treatment for HER2-Positive Metastatic Breast Cancer
#LBBCchat: Talking Triple-Negative Breast Cancer03/03/2015
Join us on Twitter on Tuesday, March 3, to chat with women who have been diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer and TNBC experts about the diagnosis, its treatment options and how to live your best life.
Healthcare Provider Webinar - Fertility and Breast Cancer: Educational Opportunities and Preservation Options03/18/2015
Learn about fertility preservation options available to young women affected by breast cancer and how you can better educate your patients about those options.
On the Blog
January 7, 2015
Celebrating My Five Year Milestone
LBBC blogger and friend Tiffany Mannino is back, but this time, instead of sharing one of her entries from her self-titled letters ‘Beautifully Broken: Letters From a Girl/Woman/Human in Progress’ penned to her unborn daughter Lola during her breast cancer journey, she’s here to share what being 5 years out from her cancer diagnosis means to her […
Not everyone has a big support system to lean on after a breast cancer diagnosis. Whether you are living alone, living far from friends and family, or simply keep only a small circle of close friends, you may find that you have to care for yourself more often than others. Still, there may be moments when having a stronger support system could be useful.
This February, Living Beyond Breast Cancer expert Christina Bach, MBE, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C answered your questions about how to juggle everyday life with cancer treatment when you are your own caregiver; what kinds of professionals your treatment center may have to help you; and where to find the support you want.