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LBBC Opens National Breast Cancer Survey

Study, open through Jan. 10, assesses unique information and support needs

November 25, 2013

Living Beyond Breast Cancer opened a national survey today to assess the unique information and support needs of all women with breast cancer. 

Available online until midnight PT on Friday, Jan.10, the survey asks about the information and support available to women with breast cancer. The organization will use the survey findings to identify and address gaps in services for people with specific breast cancer diagnoses, such as triple-negative, hormone-positive or HER2 positive.

Start the survey now.

Download a flyer about the survey now. 

Who May Participate?

All women who have ever been diagnosed with or treated for breast cancer may take part in this survey. Participants may be recently diagnosed, in treatment, post-treatment, have had a return of breast cancer, or be living with metastatic (stage IV) disease. We seek people with a diversity of experiences, so please spread the word about this opportunity. All responses are anonymous.

Every participant who completes the survey, which takes about 30 minutes, will receive a coupon for a free LipDrink SPF 15 lip balm with any $50 purchase from jane iredale. Participants may also enter a drawing for a chance at one of four $150 gift cards.

How Will LBBC Use the Survey Findings?

Survey responses will help shape future Living Beyond Breast Cancer materials, and they will help us develop programs for unique groups of women affected by breast cancer. We will share what we learn with healthcare providers and other organizations. A summary of the findings will be published in 2014 on 

How Do I Participate?

You may start now by completing the survey online. If you have questions or concerns, please call LBBC at (610) 645-4567.