Support for healthcare providers

For over 25 years, Living Beyond Breast Cancer has helped women 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, frequently with free CEUs, that tackle various aspects of caring for the wellbeing of your breast cancer patients. View past recordings and other resources, and check for upcoming events for both you and your patients. 

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Support for your patients

We’re here for your patients. Coping with a new breast cancer diagnosis can be challenging, and we offer supportive content for the newly diagnosed. Our landing pages for those diagnosed with early-stage or metastatic breast cancer tackle the important topics and offer support and community around

  • understanding a new diagnosis
  • family and relationships
  • financial concerns
  • wellness
  • coping with emotions

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.

Newly diagnosed, early-stage (coming soon)

Guides to understanding breast cancer

Our library of free publications offers readers important, in-depth information on specific topics such as coping with a new diagnosis, treatment decisions, side effects, and financial concerns. Additionally, some of our guides have been translated and are available in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and Canadian French.

All of our guides are available online. View and download guides at lbbc.org/guides. 

Breast Cancer Helpline

Community and connection is important for anyone dealing with a new diagnosis. Our peer-to-peer Breast Cancer Helpline provides compassionate conversations with someone who understands. In addition to listening to your patient and discussing their feelings and concerns, our volunteers can direct them to resources such as support groups, wigs, and financial help.


This content is supported in part by a collaborative sponsorship from Pfizer Oncology. 

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