Webcast, Part 1
Nancy Lin, MD
Davinia Seah, MD, MPH
Nancy Lin, MDIan Krop, MD, PhDSara Tolaney, MD
View a slideshare presentation on ER Positive and Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
View a slideshare presentation on Phase I Clinical Trials
Webcast, Part 2
Lida Nabati, MD
Elizabeth Farrell, LICSW
View a slideshare presentation on Coping with Advanced Breast Cancer: A Roller Coaster of Emotions
Weidong Lu, MB, MPH, PhD
View a slideshare presentation on Acupuncture for Patients with Breast Cancer
Read a blog post on the benefits of acupuncture for breast cancer patients
Watch a webcast from the 2012 forum or read a blog post on advances in metastatic breast cancer treatment.
Ending Metastatic Breast Cancer for Everyone (EMBRACE) is the name of a research study being conducted at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. This study began recruiting patients in 2009, with the aim of learning more about the biology of advanced breast cancer as well as the treatment experiences of patients living with it.
Each patient's progress is tracked by a study coordinator through medical records, and the information collected is used to help doctors understand more about the long-term journey of the metastatic breast cancer patients in this group. Investigators hope the study will bring them closer to finding a cure for metastatic breast cancer.
The study is not sponsored by drug companies, and patients are not required to be on any drug trials.
For more information on EMBRACE, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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