Learn how to apply for LBBC’s Young Advocate Program for young women affected by breast cancer.
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.
- Research May Mean Fewer Side Effects For Women With Bone Metastases
- ASCO Issues Guidelines for Preventing and Managing Neuropathy, Fatigue, Depression and Anxiety
- Medicine Given with Chemotherapy May Protect Fertility
- Breast Cancer Response to Pre-Surgery Chemotherapy May Suggest its Benefit in Long-term
- ASCO Issues First Guidelines for Metastatic HER2-positive Breast Cancer
Hereditary Breast Cancer08/11/2014
Learn about hereditary risk, genetic testing and how to understand test results.
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.
On the Blog
July 30, 2014
Getting On Track – LBBC’s Reimagined Fall Conference
Our annual fall conference features three tracks because breast cancer is not just one disease. Clifford A. Hudis, MD, chief of the breast medicine service and attending physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, wrote this blog post about the reasons for these tracks and how breast cancer treatment became more […
Living Beyond Breast Cancer expert, Shara Sosa, MSW, LCSW, answers your questions about how to cope with the lingering fear that breast cancer might come back, what to do if the fear becomes too much and where to find support when you need it.