Clinical Trials and Resources Webinar
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by alissa gouveia
2w ago
Clinical Trials and Resources The post Clinical Trials and Resources Webinar appeared first on Dr Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research ..read more
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Estate Planning Resolve in 2023
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by dslf
3w ago
Plans for ringing in the New Year often include resolutions. What changes in 2023 would you like to make? For yourself, perhaps, it centers on weight loss, saving money or being more present. But, thinking beyond the immediate might include resolve affecting your future. Estate planning is crucial to keeping you and your family safe, so why not start or update in 2023? This type of planning can often have a negative connotation surrounding it. Most people do not want to think about getting older or sick, but let’s change that mindset, because life happens, and you want to have control. Refra ..read more
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DSLF Celebrates 40 Years
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by alissa gouveia
1M ago
The Foundation was delighted to host our 40th Anniversary Kick-Off event on December 13th at the Bel-Air Bay Club in Pacific Palisades. Event Photo Gallery [See image gallery at drsusanloveresearch.org] The post DSLF Celebrates 40 Years appeared first on Dr Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research ..read more
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Investing in People Productivity Model for Breast Cancer Research Endorsed by New Generation of Philanthropists by Christopher Clinton Conway
Dr Susan Love Research Blog
by dslf
2M ago
Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist, Pierre Azoulay, has demonstrated the benefits of funding people over projects. For example, researchers backed by the private Howard Hughes Medical Institute, which takes such an approach, produce far more widely cited papers—a metric of significance—than projects funded by the US government’s National Institutes of Health. Patrick Collison, the Irish born co-founder of payments technology company, Stripe Inc., has spent the past five years pondering the problem of declining scientific productivity. A popular theory Collison rejects: the most ..read more
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The One With the Pie Crust by Dr. Stephanie Graff
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by dslf
2M ago
I was raised in the Midwest where folks make pie crust with lard. My mother kept a canister of lard off the kitchen my whole childhood. We used lard in cooking and baking. We re-used lard. I refuse to acknowledge the full details of lard use in my formative years. I lived to tell the tale. When my then boyfriend/now husband discovered the lard canister on his first visit to my childhood home and asked me what it was I thought, “Oh great, this is how it all ends.” My mother did not actually teach me to cook, however. I learned, if anything, in spite of mom who proclaims herself to be a terrib ..read more
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Autoexploración Mamaria Webinar
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by alissa gouveia
2M ago
Autoexploración Mamaria The post Autoexploración Mamaria Webinar appeared first on Dr Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research ..read more
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Mythbusters: Breaking Down Common Misunderstanding of Lymphedema Webinar
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by alissa gouveia
2M ago
Mythbusters: Breaking Down Common Misunderstanding of Lymphedema Resource Guide PDF Guía de Recursos PDF The post Mythbusters: Breaking Down Common Misunderstanding of Lymphedema Webinar appeared first on Dr Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research ..read more
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Ruby Red LOVE by Christopher Clinton Conway
Dr Susan Love Research Blog
by dslf
3M ago
Happy Anniversary to Us! Although the name may have changed a time or two, what hasn’t changed is the 40-year commitment made by Dr. Susan Love and the entire Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research to ending breast cancer. To mark the milestone year of 2023, the Foundation will kick-off a year-long anniversary celebration with a private donor event in December at the fabulous Bel Air Bay Club Upper Club. The event will both recognize the innovative and groundbreaking research that Susan has proudly pioneered and honor the many supporters who have made research possible through ..read more
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Three Tips to Help You Through Advocacy Burn Out by Paige More
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by dslf
3M ago
On January 17th, 2017, with trembling fingers and a racing mind, I shared my first ever instagram post. Little did I know this would be the beginning of my advocacy. At the time, I thought I was simply posting for my youngest sister. You see, she hasn’t been tested for the BRCA 1 variant yet and while I pray she tests negative one day, if she does end up being positive, I wanted to make sure she had empowering photos to look at and a realistic look into what recovery looked like if she too decides to have a preventative mastectomy. Everything I shared, I shared for her. I didn’t expect for o ..read more
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An Exploration of the Perceptions of Cancer Educational Materials for Young Women with Breast Cancer and Implications for Material Development
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by dslf
4M ago
  Researcher Parker Pearman, CON College of Nursing Research Summary Cancer educational materials disseminate complex conceptual health information in print-heavy formats and can be difficult to understand especially when the most recent National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL) survey reported that 88% of adults are limited by their health literacy skills. As a result, young women with breast cancer may be limited in their understanding of cancer educational material. Specifically, young AA women with breast cancer may be at even greater risk for their understanding of cancer educa ..read more
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