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August 30, 2019

Hey, you! Yes, I’m talking to you, the person behind the screen who is just like me. How do I know you’re like me?

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August 28, 2019

After a diagnosis of inflammatory breast cancer, Nadiyah Brown had reconstruction and complications. Now she wonders what she can change moving forward.

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August 23, 2019

LBBC content coordinator Madison Hughes spoke to Pallav Mehta, MD, about how treatment for hormone receptor-positive breast cancer has changed and what he does to help people understand their options.

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August 22, 2019

Christine Hodgdon, a Hear My Voice volunteer, attended the ASCO Annual Meeting as a patient advocate. There, she connected with healthcare providers and started work on a program to guide advocates through conference poster sessions and help them understand the research.

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Blog Stories August 13, 2019

August 21, 2019

After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009, Catherine Guthrie, 48, learned she needed mastectomy. She writes about deciding to go flat and the questions she encountered along the way.

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Blog Stories August 21, 2019

August 14, 2019

After getting implants, Roberta Lombardi felt the implants spasm in her chest. In this blog, she writes about the rarely-mentioned side effect and the lingering questions she has after reconstruction.

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August 7, 2019

Volunteers make our work possible. This month, we’re spotlighting volunteer Kristin McGuire, from Oaklawn, Illinois, one of our Breast Cancer Helpline volunteers.

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Blog Stories August 7, 2019

August 2, 2019

Young Advocate volunteer Tiah Tomlin attended the ASCO Annual Meeting as a patient advocate to learn more about racial differences in cancer treatment and care.

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Blog Stories August 2, 2019

July 30, 2019

In 2017, Abigail Johnson was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. She talks about her experience, from diagnosis to treatment. 

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Blog Stories July 30, 2019

July 26, 2019

After a recurrence of breast cancer and a reconstruction revision, Lindsay Northrop got tattoos to replace her nipples and areolas. For this Q&A, she spoke to contributing writer Robin Warshaw about taking that step.

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