Insight, Living Beyond Breast Cancer's quarterly newsletter, contains updates on the latest treatment options, profiles of women affected by breast cancer and articles on issues such as nutrition, fatigue, breast cancer genetics, intimacy and sexuality, fertility and pregnancy and more. Read the back issues posted in this section.
The winter 2012/2013 issue of Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s quarterly newsletter features stories on managing short-term side effects and African-Americans and breast cancer. Stacy Vivino shares her story about how being diagnosed with breast cancer as a young woman led her to become an advocate for breast cancer screening.
Learn how women who have been living with metastatic disease for five years or more have integrated living with the disease into their everyday life, from treatment to emotional concerns. Linda Johnson shares her story about how she gained strength through exercise.
Understand how to access and participate in metastatic breast cancer clinical trials, and learn more about a clinical trial studying a treatment for metastatic HER2 positive and HR positive breast cancer. Therese Petchulat shares her story about living with metastatic disease as a single woman.
The fall 2012 issue of Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s quarterly newsletter features stories on telling others about your breast cancer diagnosis and how drug shortages in breast cancer may impact you. Caregiver Kelly Baldwin Heid shares her story about saying goodbye to her mother.
Learn how to manage the uncertainty surrounding living with metastatic breast cancer, and get practical tips on how to alleviate stress and feel more in control. Sandra Whisonant shares her story about finding empowerment and hope.
The spring 2012 issue of Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s quarterly newsletter features stories on healthcare reform and the biology of breast cancer. A profile of Susan Elfont describes her life of service as a volunteer.
The winter 2011/2012 issue of Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s quarterly newsletter features stories on managing medical records and the benefits of art and music therapy. A profile of Vivian Chan describes how she coped with breast cancer as a young woman.
Get information on breast cancer that has spread to the liver or lungs, and learn about a clinical trial for women living with metastatic breast cancer. Read Marsi White's story of changing pace after a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis.
In the Fall 2011 issue of Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s quarterly newsletter, learn about new breakthroughs in breast cancer research over the last 20 years and how they have affected treatment decisions. Understand how the trauma of a breast cancer diagnosis can affect mental health, and read about how a mother and daughter coped with breast cancer.
Learn about the reasons for and benefits of a treatment break. Read Shirley Green's story of making a difference for women living with metastatic breast cancer and Carol Miele's poem about life in the chemo lane.