In this section, you can access an archive of information about Living Beyond Breast Cancer programs and services.
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.
Learn how to apply for LBBC’s Young Advocate Program for young women affected by breast cancer.
Living Beyond Breast Cancer will offer live call hours on our toll-free Breast Cancer Helpline, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. ET, beginning November 4.
In preparation for the opening of states’ Health Insurance Marketplaces established as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Living Beyond Breast Cancer is pleased to announce the launch of the Cancer Insurance Checklist—a tool designed to help people currently diagnosed with, with a history of, or at risk of developing any type of cancer navigate their states’ Health Insurance Marketplaces or Exchanges.
We are proud to announce the release of the newest title in the Guide to Understanding Breast Cancer series – the Guide to Understanding Yoga and Breast Cancer.
LBBC’s Young Women’s Initiative will hold its second webinar for healthcare providers on Tuesday, September 10th.
For the second consecutive year, our blog was included in the health and information website's annual list of best breast cancer health blogs.
The videos combine the perspectives of young women affected by breast cancer and healthcare providers.
Living Beyond Breast Cancer announced that registration opened for the annual fall conference, News You Can Use: Breast Cancer Updates for Living Well.
The nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously yesterday in Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics that corporations may not patent human genes because they are products of nature. Jean A. Sachs, MSS, MLSP, Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s chief executive officer, and the LBBC staff want to know what you think about this ruling.