New Transcripts from LBBC
If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know that I am a fan of Living Beyond Breast Cancer (lbbc.org). Their website is a treasure trove of helpful information and resources. Here is a notice about their newest transcripts and recordings. The full texts can be found at their website: www.lbbc.org
New Transcripts and Audio Recordings on lbbc.org
Visit our Web site to download these transcripts and audio recordings:
Breaking News from the 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology with Virginia Kaklamani, MD, DSc (transcript, audio recording). Get the latest news from the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Dr. Kaklamani explains how tamoxifen works, its impact on cognitive function and why antidepressants may interfere with its effectiveness. Hear results from studies on lymph node metastases; combining bevacizumab (brand name: Avastin) with chemotherapy; diet; exercise; and vitamin D; and learn about a new targeted therapy for triple-negative breast cancer.
For Long-Term Survivors: Understanding Your Treatment Summary with Frances J. Palmeri, RN, MSN, OCN (transcript, audio recording). Living with a history of breast cancer can present ongoing physical and emotional challenges. In this transcript, Ms. Palmieri will help you understand why it's important to maintain a summary of your breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and care plan. She describes how to integrate your personal medical history into future health care, communicate with your healthcare providers after treatment and know when to call the doctor about concerns during the follow-up period.
Inspired by Faith, Nurturing Your Spirit with Rev. Aundreia Alexander, Esq (transcript, audio recording). Learn how faith can help you cope with a diagnosis of breast cancer. Understand how connecting with a sense of faith or spirit can help you to build inner strength, peace and hope while in treatment or after treatment ends