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My Most Memorable BCO Moment: Lending a Hand During Hurricane Katrina

By on September 1st, 2010 Categories: Inside Breastcancer.org

Thursday, August 25, 2005 was my first day at Breastcancer.org. My first 2 days of work were pretty uneventful… I unpacked my boxes in my new office, had a couple of introductory meetings, and started my first to-do list as Managing Editor. You know… typical first week stuff. I went home that weekend with the distinct feeling I had found that rewarding job I had …

My Most Memorable BCO Moment: Women I’ll Never Forget

By on August 10th, 2010 Categories: Inside Breastcancer.org

I’m so lucky to have had many memorable moments with Breastcancer.org since I joined the organization in 2004. From the letters we receive from those who have gained comfort and confidence through the site, to the projects my team and I have tackled, these moments are reminders of why I’m doing what I do. But what really stick out are the memories of friends of …

Breastcancer.org Tone Tenets

By on August 3rd, 2010 Categories: Inside Breastcancer.org

Have you ever read a web or magazine article that was supposed to be helpful, but instead made you feel offended or raised more questions than answers?

As Senior Editor of Breastcancer.org, I review a large portion of the medical content that lives on our site. A critical component of our work is the feeling, or “tone,” our content conveys. We strive to use a …

Welcome to the Breastcancer.org Blog!

By on July 20th, 2010 Categories: Inside Breastcancer.org, News

Thanks for dropping by and checking out our blog! We, at Breastcancer.org (or BCO, as we affectionately refer to ourselves) are thrilled to finally be a part of the blogosphere!

So, you may ask, why does a nonprofit organization like BCO have a blog? There are a few reasons:

  1. We want you, our visitors, to get to know us better. We are staffed by a

My Most Memorable BCO Moment: Witnessing Thousands of Journeys

By on July 17th, 2010 Categories: Inside Breastcancer.org

How can I begin to summarize over 10,000 hours in 10 years of running the Breastcancer.org Discussion Boards and online chat rooms? To reflect on the thousands of stories, the purest displays of emotions, the millions of posts of tears, fears, anger, despair, laughter, support, friendship and encouragement?

Breastcancer.org’s discussion boards were conceived as a haven and community for women battling breast cancer.  I’ve been …

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