In this section, learn how to participate in Living Beyond Breast Cancer's educational conferences, teleconferences and community meetings for people diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer. You can also listen to podcasts and download transcripts from past events.
Get an update on triple-negative breast cancer treatments and research.
Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Series, Part 1: Reducing Risk of Recurrence Through Healthy Lifestyle ChoicesApril 17, 2015 Noon - 1 p.m. ET
Learn how healthy living can have a positive impact on your well-being and may help lower the risk of cancer coming back.
Join us on Twitter on Tuesday, March 3, to chat with women who have been diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer and TNBC experts about the diagnosis, its treatment options and how to live your best life.
Join us for our Annual Fall Conference in Philadelphia, Breast Cancer Today: Individual Treatments, Shared Experiences.
Join us for our Wednesday, June 25, Twitter chat to learn about the financial resources you need as you move through treatment and beyond.
Learn the benefits of healthy living practices after breast cancer at our free community meeting in Denver, Colorado.
Sign up for our free Twitter chat on Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Day.
Learn about the benefits of exercise and fitness.
Join LBBC for our annual Fall Conference.
Throughout October, Kildare’s in Manayunk, Pa., and West Chester, Pa., will donate $1 from each sale of their newly featured canned beers to Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Don't miss the kick-off parties at both locations!
Living Beyond Breast Cancer's national conference featured some of the world’s top medical and mental health experts. The conference focused on the needs of all women affected by breast cancer, whether newly diagnosed, in treatment, beyond treatment or living with metastatic disease.
At LBBC’s July community meeting in Cherry Hill, N.J., Robert Somer, MD, discussed triple-negative breast cancer, a subtype of breast cancer that tests negative for the estrogen, progesterone and HER2 receptors.
During our June teleconference, Kimberly Blackwell, MD, shared recent research and medical updates reported from the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
During the April teleconference, Edith P. Mitchell, MD, FACP, shared updates on the treatment of triple-negative breast cancer.
During our January teleconference, Virginia F. Borges, MD, MMSc, shared treatment, research and quality-of-life updates from the 34th Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
Part 2 of our April teleconference series explores ways of coping and managing fears of recurrence when treatment for triple-negative breast cancer ends.
Part 1 of our April teleconference series explores treatment updates for early-stage and metastatic triple-negative breast cancer.
This national, one-day conference for women affected by breast cancer focuses on your unique concerns, pointing you toward the most up-to-date information and practical resources to help you navigate your way through your breast cancer experience.
Marlane C. Guttmann, MD, a radiologist at the Fox Chase Cancer Center, discussed the types of tests and diagnostic tools used to find breast cancer.
LBBC's Annual Fall Conference, News You Can Use: Breast Cancer Updates for Living Well took place in Philadelphia on November 13, 2010. Our annual fall conference is for women at all stages of diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Hear the latest medical news and opportunities to enhance your quality of life using standard and complementary methods.
Understand the latest research and treatment options for early-stage and metastatic triple-negative breast cancer. Explore the latest findings on triple-negative breast cancer risk factors including gene mutation, age and race and ethnicity.
Listen to podcasts and download transcripts from our November 14, 2009, conference in Philadelphia for women at all stages of diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
Get the latest news on triple-negative breast cancer from medical and nutrition experts. Learn the basics of triple-negative breast cancer and treatments, and learn how nutrition may influence risk of recurrence.