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Telling stories, making meaning: Coping & making plans
From managing “scanxiety,” depression, and other emotional concerns to the benefits of getting out of the house, even planning a vacation, a group of women living with metastatic breast cancer engage in real and sometimes raw conversation about how they cope and find comfort and joy in making plans. Learn more about this video series.
From bench to bedside: Understanding the role of clinical trials in your care
Are clinical trials something you understand, fear, don’t know much about, or welcome as part of your care? In this presentation, Virginia Kaklamani, MD, DSc explores the role of clinical trials in your treatment toolbox. She explains how clinical trials come into play at different points in your care: at your initial diagnosis and after cancer growth or multiple lines of treatment.
What you need to know about breast cancer, with "3 Black Docs"
Karen Winkfield, MD, PhD; Tiffany Avery, MD, MPH; and Zanetta Lamar, MD, are the hosts of “3 Black Docs,” a weekly podcast where they explore health, community, and life over cocktails. In this video they discuss the basics of breast cancer for Black women. This includes what your doctors really mean with the terms they use, and the important tests and treatments you should know about. It includes considerations for Black women going into care: the disparities that exist in health care, and advice to help you get the care you need and deserve.
Erica Taxin: 2021 Going Beyond Honoree
Erica was diagnosed with the BRCA gene mutation several years ago and made the difficult choice to get preventative surgeries to minimize her risk of cancer. Erica has served as a strong and vocal advocate about her personal decisions to protect her health and is helping her children navigate these decisions in a positive and informed manner.
Ask the expert: Triple-negative breast cancer with Rita Nanda, MD
Triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) makes up 15 to 20 percent of all breast cancer diagnoses, and disproportionately affects young, Black, and Latinx communities who often face barriers to information and care. TNBC can be misunderstood and as a person with triple-negative breast cancer, you may have specific concerns regarding your diagnosis and care.
Oncologist, Rita Nanda, MD, answers questions about early stage and metastatic TNBC, and addresses managing symptoms and side-effects, treatment options, and more.