In this section, learn how to participate in Living Beyond Breast Cancer's educational events for young women affected by breast cancer. You can also listen to podcasts and download transcripts from past events.
Healthcare Provider Symposium: Understanding the Unique Needs of Young Women Affected by Breast CancerMay 19, 2015 Noon - 5 p.m. PT
This symposium focuses on the unique needs of young women affected by breast cancer. Learn hands-on strategies that will help you work more effectively with your young breast cancer patients.
Join us for a free Breast Cancer 360 in person in Philadelphia or online through our live Web stream. Find out about the most pressing medical, emotional and practical concerns for young women affected by breast cancer and what steps you can take to influence change. This program is presented by Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s Young Women’s Initiative.
Learn about the Suppression of Ovarian Function Trial (SOFT) that found that adding ovarian suppression to adjuvant exemestane (Aromasin) or to tamoxifen significantly reduced a premenopausal woman’s risk for recurrence.
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.
Learn about the benefits of exercise and fitness.
Discover how to navigate sex and intimacy challenges after a breast cancer diagnosis.
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!
In October, Tria in Philadelphia will donate $1.00 per glass of a select sparkling rose wine to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
Join us at Rachelle Boutique and Designer Consignment in Bryn Mawr, Pa., for "Girls Night Out," an evening event that will benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
Learn ways to discuss sexuality and intimacy in this webinar for healthcare providers.
Learn more about the unique psychosocial and medical needs of women diagnosed with breast cancer before age 45.
During this free teleconference, Elizabeth S. Ginsburg, MD, discussed several types of breast cancer treatments that can affect fertility.
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.
During our free August teleconference, Frederick J. Duffy, Jr., MD, FACS, discussed the latest breast and nipple reconstruction methods and how to make the right decisions for you.
During this free community meeting in Philadelphia, Sabitha Pillai-Friedman PhD, LCSW, CST, discussed how breast cancer treatment can impact your sex life and ways to cope.
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.
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.
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.
Explore the challenges you may face when dating after breast cancer and learn to navigate sharing your cancer experience with a potential partner.
Listen to podcasts and download transcripts from our November 14, 2009, conference in Philadelphia for women at all stages of diagnosis, treatment and recovery.