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Managing Isolation During a Pandemic with Marissa Fors

Undue stress may be experienced by anyone during this pandemic, especially by those more vulnerable to COVID-19. Komen’s Breast Care Helpline can help provide information, social support and help with coping strategies related to anxiety or concerns during these uncertain times. Here to share some of the most common questions and concerns across the breast…

It’s Time to End This Disease. Now. with Leslie Mullins

Every 13 minutes, someone in the U.S. loses their life to breast cancer.  That’s 115 families every day that loses a mom or dad or daughter. Countless moments big and small, that shape us, guide us – all lost.  That’s simply unacceptable. Susan G. Komen is working to create a future where no one loses…

Prioritizing Your Health with Summer Watson

When you receive a breast cancer diagnosis, your overall health and well being becomes a top priority, particularly while you are undergoing treatment. Here to share the health journey that she embarked on and how it has made all the difference is…..Summer Watson, classical crossover artist. About Summer It’s very rare to encounter a singing…

Special Episode: Prioritizing safety and health during COVID-19 with Susan Brown

During this time of uncertainty, it is important for breast care patients and survivors to minimize risk during COVID-19. Oncology nurse Susan Brown offers tips on how to prioritize safety and protect physical and mental health. About Susan Susan Brown, M.S., R.N. Senior Director, Education & Patient Support Susan has been with Susan G. Komen®…

What to Say, And What Not to Say, with Dana Manciagli

When someone has breast cancer, it is scary for them – and for you! What can you do to really help? What should you say? Is it better to just listen? Here to shed some light on how to best support those who are affected by breast cancer is Dana Manciagli. About Dana Dana Manciagli…

MTP – The Beginning of a Movement with Nancy Brinker

Susan G. Komen founder Nancy Brinker talks about how it all began and the impact the organization has had on breast cancer. Nancy Goodman Brinker is the founder of The Promise Fund and Susan G. Komen, an organization named after her only sister, Susan, who died from breast cancer in 1980 at age 36. Brinker…

Being an Advocate for a Loved One with Earlina Green

About Earlina Earlina Green Hamilton is a speaker, consultant, and author of The Beginner’s Guide to Finding Your Brave and 7 Tips for Breaking Into The World of Sports. Before beginning her writing and speaking career, Green was a leading sports executive for professional NBA teams Dallas Mavericks and New York Knicks. She has given…

Communicating with Your Health Care team with Cheryl Jernigan

Talking openly with your doctor is one of the best ways to feel good about your breast cancer treatment decisions. But, sometimes, talking with a doctor can be overwhelming, confusing and create more questions than answers. Do you understand the information you’re getting from your doctor? Do you know what questions to ask? About Cheryl…

Fact vs. Fiction– Debunking Breast Cancer Myths with Dr. Amy Patel

The key to making important decisions about your health is reliable information and often when talking about breast cancer it is hard to distinguish between good information and the myths.  Today we’d like to debunk some common myths about breast cancer to empower listeners to take charge of their health and to make the best…

Listening to Your Body with Chaunte Lowe

About Chaunte Chaunté Lowe is an American high jumper and a four-time Olympian. She holds the American record in the women’s high jump in both outdoor and indoor categories. She is a mom of three, and an advocate for knowing your body. Follow Chaunte on Instagram here. Transcript Adam: (00:00) My guest on the show…

The Power of Sharing with Kwanza Jones

In recognition of Black History Month, we’ll be talking about unique breast cancer challenges within the African American community. If you’ve ever received a breast cancer diagnosis, or you know someone who is experiencing breast cancer, you know that it can also be hard to ask for help, even when you really need it. However,…

Creating Lasting Change through Public Policy Advocacy with Mary Boyd and Neel Stallings

It takes a special person or people to mobilize a nationwide movement, creating a coalition of supporters and attract positive media attention. please help me welcome Mary Boyd and Neel Stallings, passionate educators and advocates that won’t stop until there is a world without breast cancer. About Mary Boyd (aka Lucy) Professional experience as a…