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Advice from Women Who Have Personal Experience with Their Own Breast Cancer Journey with Melissa Berry

Many of our guests on Real Pink are have been diagnosed with breast cancer so our audience has learned about the fear, confusion, anxiety of a breast cancer diagnosis. But, our audience has also told us that they have been helped by hearing real-life stories from other survivors and sharing in their experience. And, I…

Clinical Trials for People with Metastatic Breast Cancer with Dr. Tatiana Prowell

If someone you love or care for has been diagnosed with a life threatening illness, like breast cancer, and you are now thrown into a new role to help support them as they fight to survive, it can be overwhelming.  It is not an easy task, by any means. And it’s a learning process. But…

Does Being Obese Cause Breast Cancer? with Dr. Elizabeth Wellberg (More Than Pink Special Episode)

Dr. Elizabeth Wellberg, Assistant Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine’s Department of Pathology, Komen Scholar Obesity affects more than 35 percent of women in the Unites States. Dr. Liz Welberg’s groundbreaking new study, funded by Susan G. Komen, found that women with obesity are more likely to experience a recurrence of breast cancer once…

Life with Metastatic Breast Cancer with Karen Durham (More Than Pink Special Episode)

Karen Durham, Advocate In Science Karen was an integral member of the Komen family, and we are proud to share this special episode. She will be dearly missed. “I have a daughter. And I don’t want my daughter or anyone else’s daughter or son to ever hear the words, ‘You have breast cancer’.” ~Karen Durham…

Warning Signs of Breast Cancer: It’s Not Just a Lump with Dr. April Spencer

If someone you love or care for has been diagnosed with a life threatening illness, like breast cancer, and you are now thrown into a new role to help support them as they fight to survive, it can be overwhelming.  It is not an easy task, by any means. And it’s a learning process. But…

How to Support Someone with Breast Cancer with Jade Kendle

If someone you love or care for has been diagnosed with a life threatening illness, like breast cancer, and you are now thrown into a new role to help support them as they fight to survive, it can be overwhelming.  It is not an easy task, by any means. And it’s a learning process. But…

How My Family History Inspired Me to Know My “Girls” with Charmaine Johnise

Even though you cannot change your genetic makeup, knowing your family health history may help you understand your personal breast cancer risk. Today, we’ll learn about how to better understand your family history, how that may impact your risk of breast cancer, and how to make better informed choices.  We’re going to help empower you…

Going Flat after Mastectomy with Katrin van Dam

For women facing mastectomy (the surgical removal of the entire breast), one of the biggest decisions is whether or not to undergo breast reconstruction. Many women choose either to get implants or to have an autologous tissue transfer — a procedure that relocates tissue from another part of the woman’s body to create a replacement…

Living with Breast Cancer with Janet St. James

Today, we’re going to talk about metastatic breast cancer, or Stage IV breast cancer.  Metastatic breast cancer is breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast to other organs in the body – most often the bones, lungs, liver or brain. Although metastatic breast cancer is not currently curable, it can be treated. Today, it’s…

Emerging Areas of Research and Treatment with Josh Neman

Researchers are constantly searching for new and better ways to treat breast cancer.  Advances over the last 40 years have increased survival and improved the quality of life for people diagnosed with breast cancer.And, right now, there are promising new treatments and targeted therapies being developed. About Dr. Neman is an Assistant Professor of Neurological…

Advice from My Personal Breast Cancer Journey with Monique Robinson

In this episode special guest Monique Robinson shares real life stories and experiences as a patient and lessons learned. About Monique Monique is an Afro-Latinx attorney, avid traveler and two-time breast cancer survivor. She lives with her husband and two dogs in Southern California. She hopes to be a resource to other young women diagnosed…

Clinical Trials May Be Your Best Option with Dr. Kathy Miller

Over the past 40 years, breast cancer treatment has greatly improved due to lessons learned through clinical trials. But for many people, the idea of clinical trials may seem daunting or risky.  Today, we’ll learn the truth about clinical trials, and how to find options that best meet your needs. About Kathy Dr. Kathy D.…