Real Talk About Breast Cancer

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Real Pink is taking real conversations about breast cancer from the doctor's office to the living room. Hosted by Adam Walker, episodes feature candid conversations with survivors, researchers, physicians, and more. Find answers to your toughest questions and clear, actionable steps to live a better life, longer. At Real Pink, compassionate storytelling meets real inspiration, and real support.

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Breast Cancer and Bone Health: The Patient Perspective

The bones are the most common sites of breast cancer metastases, which can damage your bones. This is an issue that effects over 70% of people living with metastatic breast cancer. Fortunately, there are medications that can strengthen and protect your bones, which can reduce this damage. Here today to share her breast cancer journey and how she protects her bones while living with bone metastases is Kim Crist. Kim, welcome to the show!
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Dr. Fred Singer

The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bone Health

On today's podcast, we talked to Dr. Fred Singer from American Bone Health to discuss the link between breast cancer and bone health. You will learn about how to assess your risk of bone fractures, how to improve your overall bone health, and the different screenings available to integrate. Obtaining a baseline bone scan coupled with knowing your bone health risks can offer you a plan for maintaining strong, healthy bones, which is important to your overall health Dr Singer, welcome to the show!
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Honoring Mom’s Legacy

Today's guest lost her mother to metastatic breast cancer in 2017. This motivated her to make a major shift in her life. She now dedicates her work to finding the cures for breast cancer and advocating on behalf of the breast cancer community. Here today to share her family story and how she is passionate about carrying on her mother's legacy is Jamie Jones. Jamie, welcome to the show!
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Giving Back After Loss with Nate Adams

Our guest today lost his mom to breast cancer in May of 2012, and now gives back by serving as Director of Learning and Development at Susan G Komen. Here to share his story and to honor his mom's legacy is Nate Adams.
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Cancer, why not me!

Most breast cancers are not related to genes or family history. However, if you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, your family members, especially sisters, daughters and mothers may have an increased risk of getting breast cancer. When cancer does affect multiple generations in a family, the impact can be far greater reaching than just the physical symptoms. Today we are joined by a mother/daughter duo to talk to us about their family’s breast cancer journey and how their shared BRCA2 positive gene mutation has impacted their family and their medical decisions. Carolyn and Brianna, welcome to the show!
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Diagnosed at Age 28

It’s often thought that breast cancer only affects women over 40. But, unfortunately, that’s not the case. Breast cancer is rare in young women, but it does happen. And, when a young woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, it can be shocking. At a time in life when most young women are focused solely on family and career, all of a sudden issues of treatment, recovery, and survivorship suddenly take top priority. Alli Coleman was diagnosed at the age of 28, while 2 months post partum, and is here today to share her story. Alli, welcome to the show!
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