CBCN invites you to participate in our first webinar of 2015 on “Subsequent Entry Biologics: Why these drugs should matter to you”
Join CBCN and presenter, Cheryl Koehn, to learn more about Subsequent Entry Biologics (SEBs) and how these drugs impact breast cancer treatment.
When: February 17, 2015, 7pm-8pm ET
Click here to learn more about this webinar and how to register.
Order CBCN’s workshop kit Intimacy After Breast Cancer: A program for young women
CBCN, along with clinical psychologist and breast cancer survivor Dr. Sally Kydd, has developed a workshop titled "Intimacy After Breast Cancer: A Program for Young Women" to address sexuality and intimacy issues after a breast cancer diagnosis. Developed for qualified professionals and community organizations, this unique resource will provide facilitators with the ability to address these important needs in a compassionate and informative nature.
Click here to find out how to host this workshop in your community.
Apply today for Willow’s upcoming Volunteer Training Workshop in beautiful British Columbia
Willow Breast & Hereditary Cancer Support has announced their upcoming Volunteer Training Workshop and Community Forum.
This 2.5 day workshop will provide women with the opportunity to learn about the peer support model of service delivery and how lived experience makes them uniquely qualified to support others. The goal is to equip women to take that lived experience and share it in a way that is both responsible and sustainable.
When: March 27-29, 2015 Where: Marriott Vancouver Hotel, BC
Living Legacy – Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness
The Canadian Breast Cancer Network is pleased to launch the “Living Legacy” Campaign to raise awareness about metastatic breast cancer. A group of Canadian women living with metastatic breast cancer have shared their Living Legacies through this powerful video. These inspirational women hope to replace feelings of isolation and fear with connection and hope.
Watch the video and share your Living Legacy here.