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Since 1991 Living Beyond Breast Cancer has helped people diagnosed with breast cancer make informed decisions. Our blend of practical, clinically sound information and emotional support work together to inform and relate with respect.
We can help you strengthen relationships with your patients and improve their satisfaction. Combined with your advice, our trusted, expert-reviewed resources can offer a greater depth of knowledge and understanding for your patients. Sharing our resources not only enhances the quality of care you are able to administer but also saves you time.
To further support you in your work, we offer webinars on topics that breast cancer patients tell us they care about. CEs or certificates of participation for healthcare provider-specific programs are often available to providers who participate in these programs live.
You can order bulk print copies of select Guides to Understanding, our in-depth brochures that help patients navigate the various phases, emotions, and side effects of a breast cancer diagnosis. These publications are a valuable resource to share with your patients in waiting rooms, patient folders, and resource centers.
View our free online library of Downloads, which includes pdf versions of our Guides to Understanding along with checklists, worksheets, and infographics.
In 2019 we conducted a research study on the needs of people newly diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. View our findings and download a flyer that you can use to share our curated resources with your patients.
My doctor saved my life. Living Beyond Breast Cancer saved my soul.
We’re here for your patients, no matter where they are in their breast cancer journey. Use our new interactive journey tool to find personalized articles, blogs, videos, and more.
Coping with a new breast cancer diagnosis can be challenging, and we offer supportive content for the newly diagnosed. We offer those newly diagnosed with early-stage or metastatic breast cancer information and support they need to tackle the important topics and offer support and community around understanding a new diagnosis, family and relationships, financial concerns, wellness, coping with emotions, and more.
Our Young Women’s Initiative offers a dynamic set of resources for women diagnosed with breast cancer before age 45, who face unique challenges with their diagnoses. There are resources for parenting with a breast cancer diagnosis, too. We hope the answers to some of your patients’ most pressing questions can be found in these resources.
Reviewed and updated: August 19, 2020
Reviewed by: LBBC Staff