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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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At our August community meeting in West Conshohocken, Pa., Pamela J. Ginsberg, PhD, helped participants navigate fear and uncertainty about the future and provide tips for managing difficult emotions.
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.
This free community meeting focused on employment rights and provided strategies for effectively communicating with supervisors, human resource departments or hiring managers, whether you're employed or seeking a new job.
During our free September teleconference, Susan Hong, MD, MPH, discussed what to expect physically and emotionally when your breast cancer treatment ends.
Since 2002, Living Beyond Breast Cancer has hosted Yoga on the Steps, an inspiring and healing event that connects thousands of people in support of women living with this disease. This year, LBBC has named the “Mile High City” as the third community, along with Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., to host the organization’s signature fundraising event at Cheesman Park.
Skirt invites you to join its host committee in Bryn Mawr, Pa., for Living Beyond Breast Cancer's annual shopping event, Dresses and Drinks.
A special evening workshop to kicked off the Annual Fall Conference. At the event, a genetic counselor provided an overview of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
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.
Throughout October, Kildare’s locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware, North Carolina and Ohio will donate $1.00 from each sale of their newly featured canned beers to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
In October, Tria in Philadelphia, Pa., will donate $1.00 per glass of Cava Rosat to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.