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Podcasts and Transcripts

In this section, listen to podcasts and download transcripts from past events for young women affected by breast cancer.

Genetics and Family Risk


Get the latest information in the field of breast cancer genetics.

Triple-Negative Breast Cancer: Understanding Your Options


Learn about this form of breast cancer that tests negative for estrogen, progesterone and HER2/neu receptors.

Young and Empowered: An Advocate’s Guide


Gain a better understanding of breast cancer advocacy, and learn ways that you can get involved in creating impactful change.

Medical Update


Learn the latest research looking at young women affected by breast cancer including current and pipeline treatments for early-stage and metastatic breast cancer.

Medical Update for Young Women


Understand treatments for premenopausal women with early-stage and metastatic breast cancer. Learn about estrogen receptor-positive, triple-negative, HER2 positive and other types of breast cancer. Find out ways to reduce your risk for recurrence.

Anxiety and Depression: A Roadmap to Understanding Emotions and Finding Support


Get an overview of the emotional issues that may affect you as a young women coping with breast cancer. Explore techniques for controlling anxiety and getting support.

Going Strong! Bone Health for Young Women


Many treatments for breast cancer can affect your bone health and impact your quality of life. Dr. Hu discusses risk factors for bone loss and fractures and what you can do to keep your bones strong.

Medical Update for Young Women


One of the nation’s leading oncologists gives an overview of available treatments for premenopausal women and discusses medicines and methods under study. Eric P. Winer, MD, focuses on the importance of tailoring treatments to breast cancer type and supporting research specific to young women.

What's New? Medical Advances for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer


Hear about a variety of issues relevant to women under age 45 who have been diagnosed with breast cancer including why diagnosing breast cancer in young women can be complicated and why some young women tend to be diagnosed with aggressive breast cancers or more cancers at later stages.