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The mission of Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) is to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support.
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LBBC 16h
It's ! We want to know how you see yourself after being diagnosed with . Please reply to share. We hope you'll join us next month for a program about :
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LBBC 17h
"I had been making decisions based on emotion and fear, but I wanted to become more educated." Read this article from to learn how Karen Peterson became her own health advocate:
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Breast Advocate Jun 17
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LBBC Jun 18
Replying to @TheRadCompStudy
Thank you for sharing! This program will be on July 18 - we hope you can join us in person or online.
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LBBC Jun 18
Replying to @SurviveDAT
Thank you for sharing! This program will be on July 18 - we hope you can join us in person or online.
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LBBC Jun 17
Breast cancer and its treatments may change how you feel about your body. Join us on July 18 to reflect on After a Diagnosis. Find more details and register:
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LBBC Jun 17
The June issue of Trial Talk is now available! Learn more about the latest clinical trials in metastatic , Facebook support groups, and more:
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LBBC Jun 17
Replying to @SurviveDAT
Thanks for the shoutout! This event is on July 18, so there's still plenty of time to register. Hope you can join us!
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LBBC Jun 17
The campaign focuses on the need for all patients, regardless of age, to get as much information as possible before making treatment decisions. Watch “Know Your Cancer Before Making a Treatment Decision ”:
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LBBC Jun 16
Are you looking for a tasty, ? Try this one from :
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LBBC Jun 15
: In our latest What I Wish I Knew post, Stephen Sala looks back on his treatment for HR-positive , and what he wishes he knew about the side effects of tamoxifen:
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 13
♂️ "My father died from breast cancer, and six months later, my uncle was diagnosed, and died four years later when the cancer returned. And then two years ago, I developed it. Doing a bit of self-checking at night is what saved me."
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LBBC Jun 14
treatment is no longer a one-size-fits-all approach, and age alone shouldn’t determine your treatment. What factored into your treatment plan? Tag us (), use the hashtag , and share your treatment decision story.
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LBBC Jun 14
We are saddened to hear about the passing of Lindsay Ruland, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012 at the age of 26 and was trained as a Living Beyond Breast Cancer Young Advocate Volunteer in 2018. She will be missed by the LBBC Community.
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LBBC Jun 14
During the Food as Fuel: Eating for Optimal Energy session at our 2019 , Heather Bell-Temin, MS, RDN, CSO, LDN, FAND, discussed which foods can boost your immune system, increase energy, and optimize nutritional gains. Listen now:
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LBBC Jun 13
We're supporting at the 5th annual ! Are you attending? Be sure to visit us at booth 27.
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LBBC Jun 13
This week is . Go to to read a blog post from 2016 about Hear My Voice Volunteer, Carl (Mac) Holmes, and his wife, Robin Holmes, entitled ": Men Get Metastatic Breast Cancer, Too."
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LBBC Jun 13
Want to learn more about for ? Our Guide to Understanding Clinical Trials, available in English and Spanish, covers the basics and suggests questions to ask your healthcare team. Order a copy or read online:
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LBBC Jun 13
This week is . Go to to view an infographic about male in the United States.
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LBBC Jun 12
Living Beyond Breast Cancer is guest editing ’s August issue and we want you to share your love/relationship experience. Go to to submit the form by 6/25. Wildfire is for young women diagnosed with before age 45.
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