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Our mission is to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support. Our mission is to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support.

LBBC’s Young Women’s Initiative Launches Text Message Service, YWiConnect

Our Young Women’s Initiative recently launched YWiConnect, a new service where people can receive text messages on their phone about upcoming programs, breast cancer news and other information specifically for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Urging Congress To Place Moratorium On Screening Recommendations

We’re announcing that we have joined a growing and diverse group of patient advocacy organizations urging that a moratorium be placed on draft breast cancer screening recommendations made by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).

Upcoming Events

Advances in Neoadjuvant Treatment for Early-Stage Breast Cancer

09/14/2015

Join this free webinar to hear about updates in neoadjuvant treatment for early-stage breast cancer.

Healthcare Provider Webinar – Addressing Anxiety and Depression Among Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer

09/29/2015

Learn about what triggers anxiety and depression in your young breast cancer patients and how you can help them manage it. 

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On the Blog

August 13, 2015

The Whole You: Meditation, Yoga and Breast Cancer

In this post for our Wellness Weekend series, The Whole You, Ayanna Kalasunas writes about how meditation and yoga helped her after she learned she had metastatic breast cancer. Understand how cancer impacts you physically, emotionally and spiritually during Wellness Weekend, taking place September 18-20 in Denver, CO. Let’s face it – hearing “you have […

July 2015 Ask the Expert: Medical Updates, Treatment Options and Follow-Up Care for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

This July, Living Beyond Breast Cancer expert Rita Nanda, MD, answered your questions about triple-negative breast cancer – how it's different from other types of breast cancer, what treatments are available, what research is happening and how it applies to you.

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