Triple-negative breast cancer is a form of the disease that is estrogen-receptor negative, progesterone receptor-negative and HER2 negative.
Catherine L. Ormerod, MSS, MLSP, LBBC’s Vice President of Programs and Partnerships
I’m excited that LBBC is using Twitter to offer people the chance to learn more about this specific breast cancer diagnosis and connect with experts to address their concerns.
Josh Fernandez, LBBC ‘s writer and web content coordinator
Our company has a strong history of supporting causes that fight breast cancer.
Melissa Skabich, Communications Director for 5-hour ENERGY®
The financial contribution and the comprehensive media campaign by the makers of 5-hour ENERGY® products will help us to reach many people who are currently unaware of the programs and services that LBBC offers to those facing a breast cancer diagnosis.
Kevin Gianotto, LBBC’s Associate Director, Marketing and Corporate Relations
More than anything, my hope is that anyone listening to the musical tapestry we strived to create with The Song of Breath walks away with a deeper appreciation of every moment and the blessing each one of us is to ourselves and those around us.
The Song of Breath is a magical journey through many diverse and beautiful musical and devotional moods.
David Newman, Songwriter, Founder, Yoga on Main
LBBC has established itself as one of the country’s most respected breast cancer nonprofit organizations and we’re thrilled to have them as a MyBCTeam partner. Their resources are designed to help women of all ages and stages of breast cancer. When a woman faces breast cancer, she’s looking for not only answers, but also connections – this partnership allows us to offer both.
Mary Ray, MyBCTeam co-founder
All of us at LBBC are committed to this effort and look forward to reaching even more women. We are excited that this vibrant online community will link women to each other and to vital support and educational information in one place.
Elyse Spatz Caplan, MA, LBBC’s director of programs and partnerships
This guide was developed to help women ask their providers informed questions about how hormonal therapies and their side effects may impact their day-to-day lives.
Janine E. Guglielmino, MA, Director, Publications and Strategic Initiatives, LBBC
We believe women can play a powerful role in their treatment when they have the resources to help them make informed decisions and be full advocates for their own health.
Jean A. Sachs, MSS, MLSP, CEO, LBBC
Conference attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about current research and clinical trials, treatment options and quality-of-life concerns.
Elyse Spatz Caplan, MA, LBBC’s director of programs and partnerships
Previous conferences have attracted attendees from across the country by featuring leading national health care and wellness experts who present specialized plenary sessions and over a dozen workshops designed to address the complex medical, social and emotional situations many women experience when diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer.
Jean A. Sachs, MSS, MLSP, LBBC's chief executive officer
“I wish something like this had been available to me when I was first diagnosed, for my benefit and the benefit of family and friends who had—and still have—so many questions.
Cindy Colangelo, a member of the consumer advisory committee that reviewed the guide’s content for accuracy.
“Most new metastatic breast cancer patients feel overwhelmed with anxiety and a loss of control over their lives. This new publication will remind women that knowledge is power, help them find courage to educate themselves about metastatic breast cancer and hopefully open the door to better treatment selection and outcomes.”
Shirley Mertz, president of Metastatic Breast Cancer Network
“Living Beyond Breast Cancer and the Metastatic Breast Cancer Network worked together to create this resource to help women become their best advocates.”
Jean A. Sachs, MSS, MLSP, Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s chief executive officer
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