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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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The two English sessions will be broadcast via Livestream. If you are not here live, you can still watch directly by clicking this link: . cc: , . , , , , , , .
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We are all set for the 2019 Metastatic Breast Cancer Symposium, happening live at the National Press Club Washington DC! cc: , , , , , , , , , .
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Hillary Stires, PhD 16h
Can’t wait for this! I’ll also be live-tweeting so follow along!
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Julia Maues has been living with since 2013. She was diagnosed while pregnant with her son, who is now a happy kindergartner. She recently shared what being an advocate means to her. Go to to read her story.
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We will be broadcasting two sessions from tomorrow’s 2019 Symposium on Facebook and Livestream. View the schedule and tune-in information at .
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We're so excited to welcome back , and the rest of the team for : Philadelphia this May! Thank you for your ongoing support! Go to to start your own team.
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LBBC Feb 22
Early bird registration for our ends today! Go to to register now and save $10 off the regular registration fee.
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LBBC Feb 21
"I support LBBC's Reach & Raise because I personally know so many women and families who have been affected by . LBBC provides much needed support to those in need and I'm happy to help!" This is Laura's reason for attending . What's your reason?
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LBBC Feb 21
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with , you may be feeling overwhelmed and anxious. Our Ask the Expert Facebook Live event on 3/6 will try to ease your concerns. Start thinking about your questions and go to for more information.
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LBBC Feb 21
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So sorry to hear this news. 💔 We were so grateful to get to know Helga during our Hear My Voice program and that she shared her story with us. She will be missed.
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LBBC Feb 20
We're so excited that has signed up for : Philadelphia again this year! We appreciate your support and we look forward to seeing you in May! Interested in starting a team? Register at .
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LBBC Feb 20
At you can hear renowned medical oncologist, Catherine Hall Van Poznak, MD, FASCO, discuss treatment options and ways to limit side effects, manage bone pain, improve quality of life and maintain bone strength. Learn more & register:
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LBBC Feb 20
Herceptin and certain chemotherapy medications are known to potentially cause heart problems. A new study that was presented at found that two medicines that treat heart problems can be used to prevent these side effects. Read more:
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LBBC Feb 19
Join us this Saturday, February 23, as we livestream two sessions from our 2019 Metastatic Breast Cancer Symposium. To view the schedule and get a reminder, visit .
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LBBC Feb 19
We're excited to introduce you to Alison Judah, a : Philadelphia team captain. Read our latest blog post to see why she chooses to participate in our annual event:
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LBBC Feb 18
We surpassed our fundraising goal this weekend, raising $3,511! Since this amount was matched by an anonymous sponsor, we raised a total of $7,022. Thank you for helping us spread the love - we appreciate your support!
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LBBC Feb 18
The early bird rate for our ends this Friday, 2/22. Go to to register now and save $10. We hope you'll join us for this event for those with and their loved ones.
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LBBC Feb 17
We're so excited that Team has signed up for : Philadelphia for the first time this year! We appreciate your support and we look forward to seeing you in May! Want to start a team? Go to to register.
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LBBC Feb 16
This 'Butterfly Kisses' book describes how cancer cells behave and how a child may feel when learning that a parent has cancer. Find more information about the book at and go to to get a free copy.
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LBBC Feb 15
In our new blog series, What I Wish I Knew, people who were diagnosed with early-stage share their knowledge with those who are newly diagnosed. What do you wish you knew when you were first diagnosed? What advice would you share?
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