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In this section, learn how to participate in Living Beyond Breast Cancer's educational conferences, webinars, Twitter chats and community meetings encompassing a wide variety of topics, as well as our special fundraising events and events for healthcare professionals.
View upcoming events and events by type; access a list of recurring LBBC events and an event archive; and access featured event listings and a library of transcripts and podcasts from past events.
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You are not alone. At the Ninth Annual Conference for Women Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer, you can connect with hundreds of others who share your diagnosis and who understand what you’re going through. You’ll also get information from experts about the medical and emotional issues that you may face as a person with metastatic breast cancer.
Join LBBC at our free community meeting in Kansas City, Missouri, as we explore fears of breast cancer returning after treatment.
Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Series, Part 1: Reducing Risk of Recurrence Through Healthy Lifestyle ChoicesApril 17, 2015
Learn how healthy living can have a positive impact on your well-being and may help lower the risk of cancer coming back.
Learn about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and who may be at increased risk of carrying BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations.
Get an update on triple-negative breast cancer treatments and research.
Join LBBC at our free community meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as we explore how acupuncture can help manage side effects of breast cancer treatment.
Join us for our signature fundraising and awareness event!
Healthcare Provider Symposium: Understanding the Unique Needs of Young Women Affected by Breast CancerMay 19, 2015
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.