BCSM Guest Post Archives – Page 3 of 7 – #BCSM

Tambre Leighn: What I REALLY Mean Is…

Editor’s Note:  On June 29th, 2015, Tambre Leighn will join the #BCSM Chat. Our topic will be caregivers.  We are honored to share Tambre’s work with the #BCSM Community. What I REALLY Mean Is… Yes, the walls of the renovated guest bathroom had just been freshly painted. But, I didn’t mean to snap. Especially, not […]

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All Hands On Deck – The Metastatic Breast Cancer Project

Guest Post by Corrie Painter, Ph.D We are at a point in history where the promise of transformative discovery is so real, that scientists are driven like never before. The tools and methods that we are developing have greatly increased our ability to answer questions that were once considered so challenging that they were never […]

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Updates from #AACR15

by Lori Marx-Rubiner and Dr. Emil Lou The 2015 meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research was held in Philadelphia April 18th – 22nd. Lori Marx-Rubiner attended the conference – here are her thoughts: In the “Breaking News” department – at least as pertains to breast cancer – I thought this year’s AACR was […]

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Parenting and Breast Cancer
On: Apr 13, 2015
By: bcsmadmin

Being a parent is hard enough, never mind having to juggle parenting with breast cancer. Our chat on 4/13/15 will cover some of the challenges. Lori Marx-Rubiner and Heidi Floyd share their thoughts here. Please add to the conversation, here and during the chat! T1: How did you explain your cancer diagnosis to you kid(s)? How […]

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5 Goals for #MetsMonday

Guest Post by Katherine O’Brien “I am a mother, a wife, a business owner, an artist, and a lover of all that lives,” is how Beth Fairchild of New Bern, NC describes herself on her Twitter page (@bethfairchildnc). “I also have advanced stage breast cancer.” Beth was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in her early […]

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