- Has been a contributor to LBBC since 1995
- Writes about the human side of healthcare, women’s rights, social justice, and the intersection of disability and the arts
Wendy is a contributing writer for Living Beyond Breast Cancer who works on a broad range of content from news and feature articles to thought leadership.
As a journalist and documentary filmmaker, she explores the human side of healthcare, women’s rights, social justice movements, and the intersection of disability and the arts. She also provides development communications, speechwriting and editorials for nonprofits with a range of missions.
Wendy’s documentaries have been shown on PBS and in film festivals in the U.S. and abroad. She is a member of the Journalism and Women’s Symposium (JAWS) and Gotham Ghostwriters.
Hormonal therapies for breast cancer: Weighing benefits and side effects
Studies show some people don't start and many quit HTs that reduce risk of recurrence, due to intolerable side effects; communication with your provider is key to making informed treatment decisions.