Pathways Breast Cancer Study Webinar Series
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Thriving and Breast Cancer: What we've learned from the Pathways study - Register here Monday, February 6, 2023 12:00-1:30 pm PT / 3-4:30 pm ET Please join Zero Breast Cancer and Kaiser Permanente Division of Research for an hour of experts presenting their findings about diet, nutrition and Vitamin D after a breast cancer diagnosis, followed by 30 minutes of discussion, including answering your questions. Larry Kushi, ScD (Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research), Principal Investigator of the Pathways Study, will give an overview of the first 18-years of this ongoing rese ..read more
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My Experience Completing The Anticancer Lifestyle Program by Laura Custodio
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  About the course The Anticancer Lifestyle Program is a free online evidenced-based lifestyle transformation course that offers cancer survivors and those of us interested in prevention the tools and information we need to reduce the odds of cancer and cancer recurrence. It can also help prevent or manage other chronic illnesses, like heart disease and type II diabetes ..read more
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2022 Impact
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  2022 has been an exceptional year! Thank you for joining us in envisioning a world with zero breast cancer. We know breast cancer research has the greatest impact when results are shared. When you choose to partner with us, you fuel passion to educate and empower hundreds of thousands of kids, parents/caregivers, teens, young adults, breast cancer survivors, and the broader community. Read on for some highlights of our 2022 impact (metrics reported from January through early November), and please consider donating to support our ongoing work to prevent breast cancer and support the hea ..read more
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Zero Breast Cancer's 2021 Impact
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  What a busy year! In 2021, we released two new collections of educational materials that we’ve been working on over the past few years, launched our Advancing Health Equity in Breast Cancer webinar series, and expanded on our well-established health promotion campaigns. We are so grateful to you for making the successes of our 25th year possible! Read on for some highlights, and please consider donating to support our ongoing work and join us in envisioning a world with zero breast cancer ..read more
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Heart Health Webinar Expanded Q & A
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Two cardiologists (heart doctors) who work with cancer patients, a researcher and a breast cancer patient navigator joined Zero Breast Cancer’s October 2022 webinar to offer important information about managing heart health during and after breast cancer treatment. One of the panelists is also a breast cancer survivor. They gave an overview of the current treatments most likely to cause heart problems and what can be done to prevent or limit them ..read more
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Why ZBC Focuses on Kids' Health
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  Zero Breast Cancer's Healthy Futures Activity Book empowers kids ages 5-7 to improve their own health and gives caregivers tools to support healthy behaviors. Kids complete one activity in each of four key areas (move more, eat healthy, get enough sleep, and feel better) to receive a patch or zipper pull as a prize. The Healthy Futures program focuses on healthy behaviors and does not bring up puberty or breast cancer, but its goal is to reduce the risk of early puberty and lifetime breast cancer risk. Healthy behaviors before puberty reduce the likelihood of early puberty in cis-gender ..read more
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La Salud del Corazón y el Cáncer de Mama
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6M ago
Las mujeres que han tenido cáncer de mama viven más tiempo que nunca. A los ocho años después de un diagnóstico de cáncer de mama es más probable que las personas sin enfermedad metastásica mueran de una enfermedad del corazón que de cáncer de mama. El tratamiento del cáncer de mama puede aumentar el riesgo de algunas enfermedades del corazón, las arterias y los vasos sanguíneos, también conocidas como enfermedades cardiovasculares (ECV ..read more
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Heart Health & Breast Cancer
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10M ago
Women who have had breast cancer are living longer than ever before. By eight years after a breast cancer diagnosis, people without metastatic disease are more likely to die from heart disease than breast cancer. Breast cancer treatment can increase the risk of some diseases of the heart and artery, also known as cardiovascular diseases (CVD ..read more
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Get to Know the ZBC Board: David Shao
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10M ago
New Board President David Shao shares his background and what he values about Zero Breast Cancer in this Get to Know the Board series interview. He first became involved with Zero Breast Cancer in 2012 and joined the board in 2019 ..read more
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Health & Wellness After Breast Cancer Webinar Series
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Peripheral Neuropathy: Dealing with Nerve Problems During & After Cancer Treatment Wednesday, April 27 at 10 am PT/1 pm ET - Register now! Cancer and its treatment can damage nerves, causing pain or discomfort known as peripheral neuropathy. In this webinar, learn from an expert and survivors about who is most likely to be affected, the latest treatments, and how cancer survivors can cope with nerve problems. All who register will be emailed a recording of the webinar ..read more
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