A friendly reminder about our 2nd Annual Car Raffle for a 2017 Ford Focus. Only 2000 tickets are being sold! Tickets can be purchased for $25 at our office at 110 – 650 Dalton Ave. or at Petrie Ford (1388 Bath Rd.) As a bonus, Petrie Fordis giving a free ticket to everyone who takes a vehicle for a test
BCAK has released the Summer 2017 edition of its TODAY newsletter. In addition to the normal updates of ongoing activities, this issue contains articles on recent and upcoming events – BCAK’s Walk for Awareness, Education Evening and “Share the Care” Golf Tournament. You will also find articles on Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s “Thriving Together” conference, a new drug for metastatic breast
New Logo Released in Conjunction with 24th Annual Walk For Awareness In Conjunction with our 24th Annual Walk For Awareness, we are introducing our new logo. Our original logo was created 23 years ago when BCAK was first registered as a charitable organization. The new logo incorporates a stylized version of the traditional pink breast cancer ribbon with black teardrop,
How to Make a Slider for Donning a Compression Sleeve By Leda Raptis Compression therapy is central to lymphedema management at present. However, putting a compression garment on can be difficult. This may lead to poor adherence to treatment, which is likely to negate any benefit achieved via months of laborious bandaging. A solution to this difficulty is a slider.
Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC), a Philadelphia-based not-for-profit organization,is having a live web stream about Genomic Testing on Monday 8 May from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Genomic testing is a rapidly growing area of research with potential new directions for breast cancer treatment. Genomic tests look at the level of activity of the genes in the tumor itself to determine
OUR MISSION We are a local, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the education, support and empowerment of persons affected by breast cancer. Our Commitments Support To provide support for patients, survivors and their families as they cope emotionally and physically with breast cancer. Education To provide education to women, men, the public and physicians about the importance of breast self-examination and