October 1985 marked the first time Breast Cancer Awareness Month was recognized. We’ve come far in diagnosis and treatment, but there’s still work to be done to eradicate all cancers.

We’re sharing three of our favorite blog posts on breast cancer and we’d love to hear your feedback. Please share this post with anyone in your life who’s been impacted by a cancer diagnosis. Check out the content below!

Thank you and happy reading!

Women are living longer with metastatic breast cancer: Why and what you should know

Advances in treatment options are improving survival rates and quality-of-life outcomes for metastatic breast cancer patients. Read more about why oncology is light years ahead of where it was 30-40 years ago.

Information about a Clinical Study for HER2-Positive Breast Cancer

To be eligible for the study, women or men must have locally advanced or metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer, with or without brain metastases, and meet certain other eligibility criteria.

The Power of Support Groups

Dr. Stephen Lottenberg, MD, PsyD explains the power of support groups. “This cancer is not going to run my life. I am not cancer; I have some cancer in parts of my body. My mind and soul and heart are here and I can still decide how I want to approach this phase of my life.”
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