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04/13/23 | BY: Adriana Lecuona
In episode 3 of LBBC's new Can and Did podcast, Tiffany shares how she shifted her perspective on health and work after a breast cancer diagnosis.
How fly fishing helped me heal after breast cancer
After treatment for early-stage breast cancer, Gail R. Campbell found healing through Casting for Recovery, an organization that provides fly fishing retreats for women impacted by breast cancer.
Having a baby after a breast cancer diagnosis: Meghan’s story
In episode 5 of LBBC’s new Can and Did podcast, Meghan, an LBBC Young Advocate, shares her story about having a baby via a gestational carrier after an early-stage and then a stage IV breast cancer diagnosis.
Complementary therapies and metastatic breast cancer: Amanda’s story
In Can and Did, Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s new limited series podcast, Amanda, an LBBC Young Advocate alum, shares her journey of finding support and adopting unique therapies to complement her metastatic breast cancer treatment.
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