Do you have Stage 4 breast cancer?

If so, and you're willing to talk to a New York Times reporter, read on:

Roni Rabin (New York Times)
Email: query-tc6@helpareporter.com

Deadline: 07:00 AM EST - 10 December

Query:

I want to interview women living with Stage 4 breast cancer to
talk about their experiences, quality of life, hopes and fears. I
would prefer women willing to use their real names.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

presentations at the Metastatic Breast Cancer Network Conference are now online at:

http://mbcnetwork.org/special-events/category/agenda-IN/



Welcome & Introductory Remarks

Ellen Moskowitz - living with mbc 7 years

Introducing Dr. Kathy Miller

Deb Tincher - living with mbc 1 year 6 months

Opening Remarks and Introducing Dr. George Sledge
Kathy D. Miller, M. D.
Associate Professor of Medicine
Sheila D. Ward Scholar
Hematology/ Oncology
Indiana University School of Medicine

Current Approaches to Metastatic Breast Cancer
George Sledge, MD
Ballve-Lantero Professor of Oncology
Professor of Medicine and Pathology
Indiana University Simon Cancer Center

Click here to view presentation slides

Introducing Dr. Bryan Schneider
Kathy Coursey-Boes- living with mbc 5 yrs 10 mos

Emerging Advances in Metastatic Breast Cancer
Bryan Schneider, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Divisions of Hematology/Oncology & Clinical Pharmacology
Departments of Medicine & Medical/Molecular Genetics
Indiana University Simon Cancer Center

Click here to view presentation slides

Introducing Dr. Elly Cohen

Kim Czepiga- living with mbc 6 1/2 years

Finding a Clinical Trial - step by step
Elly Cohen, PhD
Program Director, BreastCancerTrials.org
Senior Analyst, UCSF Center of Excellence for Breast Cancer Care

Click here to view presentation slides

MBC 101 - The Basics
Kathy Miller, M.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine
Sheila D. Ward Scholar
Hematology/ Oncology
Indiana University School of Medicine

Click here to view presentation slides

Current Management and New Advances for Breast Cancer Bone Metastases
Aparna Jotwani, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine

Click here to view presentation slides

Cutting Edge Advances in Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Bryan Schneider, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Divisions of Hematology/Oncology & Clinical Pharmacology
Departments of Medicine & Medical/Molecular Genetics
Indiana University Simon Cancer Center

Milan Radovich
PhD Graduate Student
Department of Medical & Molecular Genetics
Indiana University Simon Cancer Center

Click here to view presentation slides

Managing Cancer Pain & Its Side-Effects

Vinayak Belamkar, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Anesthesia, Division of Pain Management
Indiana University School of Medicine

Click here to view presentation slides

Surgery & Radiation in the Metastatic Setting
Erika L. Rager, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Breast Surgical Oncology
Indiana University School of Medicine

Peter Johnstone, MD, FACR
Chair and William A. Mitchell Professor of Radiation Oncology
Indiana University School of Medicine

Introducing Dr. Michael Webber

Suzanne Hebert - living with mbc 6+ years

Coping with Anxiety and Depression
Michael Webber, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Attending Psychiatrist, I.U. Simon Cancer Center Complete Life Program

Click here to view presentation slides

Introducing Susan Conroy
Toni Burts - living with mbc 5 years

Cancer and Cancer Treatment-Related Cognitive Dysfunction
Susan Conroy, BS - MD/PhD Candidate, 5th year
Medical Neuroscience Graduate Program
Center for Neuroimaging
Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences
Indiana University School of Medicine

Click here to view presentation slides

Research Advocacy Needs Your Voice
Mary Lou Smith - JD, MBA
Co-founder, Research Advocacy Network

Click here to view presentation slides

Next Step: What to do now?
Kathy Miller, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Sheila D. Ward Scholar
Hematology/ Oncology
Indiana University School of Medicine

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There are so many different types of cancers. In each cancers there are different types of stages. I think breast cancer is one of the cancer in which you save your life with the proper treatment. For that every woman must check up their breast regularly after the age of forty.

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Patient is the chance for recovery, if cancer of the breast is the most open early and proper treatment, apply forthwith.

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