Newsletter March 2018
Triple Negative Breast Cancer Day
March 3 is  Triple Negative Breast Cancer Day.   TNBC  is an aggressive form of breast cancer that affects at least 10-20% of women. Help SHARE raise awareness of the need for more research and better treatments by supporting our "Thunderclap" campaign, which will automatically post a statement about TNBC to your social media account (only once) on March 3. Click here to support.
MAGENTA (Making Genetic Testing Accessible) is recruiting women with a family history of breast or ovarian cancers to participate in a new study aimed at improving access to genetic testing. Women of color are strongly encouraged to apply. Learn more here.
Join SHARE's Legacy Society
We hope you will consider supporting SHARE through a planned gift that helps you attain your financial goals, while ensuring SHARE's future. Through a bequest in your will, or by adding SHARE as a beneficiary of your retirement account, life insurance, or brokerage account you will help make sure that SHARE is here for future generations of women.

For more information, please contact SHARE's Director of Development, Leah Cooper, at  or  (212) 837-5584 .
In Person
Featuring Dr. Larry Norton of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
On Facebook Live
Featuring music therapist and licensed psychotherapist Maya Benattar
Please call (212) 382-2111 to register for breast cancer groups and (212) 719-1204 for ovarian cancer groups.
Breast Cancer: Ongoing
Tues, March 27, 6-7:30pm

Breast Cancer: Japanese
Fri, March 9, 6-7:30pm
Fri, March 23, 12:30-2pm

Breast Cancer: Post Treatment
Wed, March 28, 6-7:30pm

Mon, March 5, 6-7:30pm
Metastatic In-Person Lunchtime
Mon, March 12, 26, 12:30-2pm

Coping with Aromatase Inhibitors 
and Tamoxifen 
Thurs, March 15, 6-7:30pm

Ovarian Cancer: Newly Diagnosed
Wed, March 7, 6-7:30pm

Ovarian Cancer: Ongoing
Wed, March 21, 5-6:30pm
Please call (212) 382-2111 to register for phone groups and receive instructions on how to participate.
Are Vaccines the Future of Cancer Treatment?
 In this webinar, Dr. Sasha Stanton of the Tumor Vaccine Group at the University of Washington discusses vaccine research and its role in the treatment of breast cancer, ovarian cancer and DCIS.
Click here to visit our video library to see all past programs, plus original educational videos!
A diagnosis of breast or ovarian cancer affects everyone in the family, not just the person diagnosed. A Pink and Teal Seminar  in your workplace can empower you and your colleagues to take control of your health and prepare for a future family health crisis.  Contact Arlene  to schedule a free Pink and Teal seminar today! 
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