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Rock the Ribbon 2013: Celebrating the Strength and Brilliance of the Women We Serve

By on September 25th, 2013 Categories: Events, Inside

Over the past three years, Rock the Ribbon,’s annual fundraising event, has attracted over 2,000 people and raised over $1.6 million in support of our organization (80% of all funding goes to support our programs, so this event is hugely important to our organization). This year, we’re taking the event to Vie in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Thursday, October 24, for the marquise …

How to Transition Back to Work After Treatment

By on September 18th, 2013 Categories: Day-to-Day Matters, The Breast Cancer Journey

If you’re like some of my clients, you may view returning to your career as a welcome vacation from exhausting treatments and doctor’s appointments. However, as you prepare to go back to work, you may also be faced with a whole new set of challenges, including growing feelings of fear, anxiety, and stress. Here are a few ideas to help you through this process:


Vinnie Myers, 3-D Nipple Tattoo Artist: Frequently Asked Questions

By on September 4th, 2013 Categories: The Breast Cancer Journey

Editor’s Note: Vinnie Myers is a tattoo artist who specializes in 3-dimensional nipple tattoos for women who have had mastectomy and/or reconstruction — you may have seen some of his blogs right here. I recently spoke with Vinnie to get answers to some of the questions he’s most frequently asked in the comments.
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Hot Topic: Chilling the Hot Flashes

By on August 22nd, 2013 Categories: Day-to-Day Matters, Treatment & Side Effects

I hear the term “excessive heat warning” from our local weathercasters and think they are talking about me. My hot flashes are so intense I can raise the temperature in a room a few degrees simply by standing in it. If you have never experienced a hot flash, think of feeling — without warning — of suddenly standing outside on a blistering summer day dressed …

How Breast Cancer Drugs Are Developed: The Bazedoxifene Story

By on August 13th, 2013 Categories: Research News, Treatment & Side Effects

Many of you may have read a news story about bazedoxifene (BZA), a SERM (selective estrogen receptor modulator) approved in Europe to treat osteoporosis that has been shown to stop the growth of hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer cells, even in cancers that had become resistant to tamoxifen or the aromatase inhibitors.

Women in this situation are wondering if they can try BZA – either prescribed by …

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