Endocrine Therapy and Resistance – SABCS – Karla ReNae Sandifer
Karla attended an SABCS discussion on endocrine therapy and resistance, as a means of furthering her own understanding of the therapies she was prescribed. She also was eager to advocate around the need for greater communication between providers and patients about both the benefits of therapy and the side effects.
Living with MBC: Early Palliative Care – SABCS – Yahira Torres & Keisha Stephney
At SABCS in December, Yahira and Keisha were drawn to a session on Day 1 that offered perspectives on living with metastatic breast cancer. The focus was on early palliative care, an approach both women believe would have helped them greatly. In the spirit of helping those who come after them with this
Modifying Tumor Response: Microbiome, Diet, and Fasting – SABCS – Neosho C. Ponder
Neosho is a Tigerlily ANGEL Lead Advocate and was grateful to attend the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) for the first time in person. She was excited to learn more from the preeminent experts in the field to better help the women she advocates for. Neosho attended many sessions on Day 2 of SABCS, and here are her thoughts about the Modifying Tumor Response: Microbiome, Diet, and Fasting session.
Challenging Types of Breast Cancer – SABCS – MariciaCole
Every breast cancer diagnosis is challenging for the person receiving that news, so I want to emphasize that right up front. It’s scary and dramatic.
Alamo Advocate Program: New Approaches to Breast Imaging – SABCS – Neosho Ponder
Neosho is a Tigerlily ANGEL Lead Advocate and had a wonderful time attending the San Antonio
Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) in-person this year. She was thrilled to learn from experts to further her advocacy work and connect with other patient advocat es at SABCS.
Overcoming the Big Obstacles to Find Solutions to Breast Cancer – SABCS – Yahira Torres
Yahira is a Tigerlily ANGEL Advocate and loved attending the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) for the second time and in-person this
year. She absorbed as much information as she could at SABCS and is excited to leverage her advocacy work to bring SABCS learnings into her community.