Podcasts and Transcripts
In this section, listen to podcasts and download transcripts from past events for young women affected by breast cancer.
Learn more about the implications of these trial results and how it may impact your care.
How breast cancer treatment impacts fertility is often a concern for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Healthcare Provider Symposium Plenary: Living with Uncertainty: Young Women and Metastatic Breast CancerMay 27, 2014
Young women living with metastatic breast cancer cope with different challenges than those diagnosed with early-stage disease.
Learn about the current programs run by the CDC affecting the lives of young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
This workshop will explore ways to reclaim that strength and identity by taking on physical challenges.
Julie Larson will use this time to explore the topics of understanding resiliency after breast cancer.
Develop your own personal roadmap to guide you with issues such as intimacy and feat of recurrence.
This dynamic, interactive session will provide you with valuable tools and insights to help you and your loved ones prepare for the initial transition to survivorship.
During this interactive workshop, we will address ways to effectively transition out of the "professional patient" role.
A lively cooking show with lots of practical "take home" tips for cooking healthy.
Learn more about how children interpret and "hear" information and discover age-appropriate strategies to communicate effectively.
This session is meant to be an inspiring and practical guide for getting started and taking sharing to the next level.
Hear about the genetics of breast cancer in young women and what information testing can provide.
Understand what you may be feeling and what may trigger fear, sadness or anxiety.
After treatment, you may experience your body and your interest in sex differently.
Connecting to an inner peace or to a higher power can instill a sense of support and strength during life’s big challenges
Understand common sexual challenges young women affected by breast cancer face and possible solutions to these common problems.
Learn the latest in cancer research and treatment from the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
In this program for healthcare providers, learn about the unique psychosocial and medical needs of women diagnosed with breast cancer before age 45, and get tips to help you better care for your young patients.
This is a session tailored for young women diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer under the age of 45. Learn how to manage stress,maintain a sense of normalcy during times of transition and ways to communicate your needs and boundaries to others.
Learn about the restorative methods that can be utilized before, during and after treatment to prevent and address concerns.
Get practical tools for managing fears of recurrence whether you are days, months or years out of treatment.
Understand the simple changes you can make as a consumer and in your home environment to significantly reduce your family’s exposure to potential risks and toxins.
Hear how to get started, learn the art of practicing and incorporating meditation into your daily life, and look at the benefits that meditation can have during and after your breast cancer therapies.
Learn about triple-negative breast cancer in young women, medical updates, treatment options and post-treatment follow-up care.
Explore how you relate and feel about your body and learn how your personal perspectives and society’s values may impact your feelings.
Learn about a variety of family-building options and the emotional impact each of these may have on you and your family.
Learn ways to manage new parts of yourself and identify opportunities to feel more at ease and improve your quality of life.
Learn about the genetics of breast cancer in young women and what information testing can provide.
Learn about post treatment fertility and pregnancy options.
Understand the types of foods and cooking methods used to maintain a healthy body weight, reduce the risk of recurrence and lead an overall healthy lifestyle after treatment ends.
Learn how to get ahead of common side effects like fatigue, nausea, and changes to your appetite and weight.
Hear about the latest medical update, treatment plans, and what options exist moving forward.
Learn practical ways to accept your new body, discover your pleasure zones and how to communicate them to your partner.
Learn how you can use your personal journeys as a compelling force in community advocacy and legislative decision making.
Learn about the most recent research and medical updates for young women affected by breast cancer.
Learn techniques for clearing the physical, mental, emotional, and schedule clutter in your life – through your diagnosis, treatment and life after treatment.
Hear about clinical trials actively recruiting young women, how to participate and what the research is hoping to show.
Learn strategies for handling concerns about disclosure with your employer, co-workers, or clients, as well your legal rights in the workplace.
Learn how several types of breast cancer treatments can affect fertility.
LBBC conducted a needs assessment engaging more than 1,000 women diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 45 to determine the programs they want and need. Learn about LBBC’s plans to craft the resources and services based on the survey’s respondents.
Learn about the choices you have when considering breast and nipple reconstruction.
Learn about the research reported at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting, including medical updates for women with early-stage and metastatic breast cancer.
Learn guidelines for crafting meaningful communications to loved ones in the form of final words and legacy letters. Understand how these communications allow us to honor relationships and celebrate life while conveying values, hope, gratitude, forgiveness and memories.
Get the latest information in the field of breast cancer genetics.
Learn about this form of breast cancer that tests negative for estrogen, progesterone and HER2/neu receptors.
Gain a better understanding of breast cancer advocacy, and learn ways that you can get involved in creating impactful change.