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NewMets New Program for Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer
SHARE is teaming up with Moving for Life to introduce a new program for women with metastatic breast cancer! This in-person, monthly program will be held in SHARE's offices, and will focus on movement techniques aimed at improving mental and physical well-being. Register today to participate.
EducationalProgramsUpcoming Online Programs

Monday, February 12, 1-1:30pm ET
Featuring award-winning journalist and author Allison Gilbert
Ask Me Anything with Metastatic Expert Dr. Nancy Lin

Thursday, February 15, 1-2pm ET
Featuring Dr. Nancy Lin of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Are Vaccines the Future of Cancer Treatment?

Monday, February 26, 1-2pm ET
Featuring Dr. Sasha Stanton of the University of Washington 
InPersonProgramsUpcoming In-Person Program

Thursday, February 8, 7-8pm ET
Featuring Dr. Mark Smith of Northwell Health

Queens SHARE
Samuel Field YM/YWHA
58-20 Little Neck Pkwy
Queens, NY 11362

*This program will also be broadcast on Facebook Live.
Support Groups in SHARE's Office
Please call (212) 382-2111 to register for breast cancer groups and (212) 719-1204 for ovarian cancer groups.
Breast Cancer: Ongoing
Tues, Feb 13, 27, 6-7:30pm

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

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

Mon, Feb 5, 6-7:30pm

Metastatic In-Person Lunchtime
Mon, Feb 5, 26, 12:30-2pm

Coping with Aromatase Inhibitors 
and Tamoxifen 
Thurs, Feb 8, 6-7:30pm

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

Ovarian Cancer: Ongoing
Wed, Feb 21, 5-6:30pm
SupportinHomeSupport Groups from Your Home
Please call (212) 382-2111 to register for phone groups and receive instructions on how to participate.
Thurs, Feb 1, 8, 15, 22, 6-7pm ET 

MissedWebinarMissed the Most Recent Online Program?
In this webinar, Dr. Minetta Liu of the Mayo Clinic reviews the latest research about metastatic breast cancer presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) 2017.
RadCompResearch Study for Breast Cancer Patients
The RadComp Trial is a nationwide clinical study comparing two FDA approved radiation therapies for the treatment of non-metastatic breast cancer, PHoton Therapy vs. PRoton Therapy. This study seeks to learn which type of radiation helps patients avoid heart problems and have a better quality of life after treatment. RadComp is a "patient-powered" study, meaning it was designed with help from breast cancer patients themselves.  Click here for more info.
Dr.SusanLoveBreast Cancer Impairments Knowledge Study (BRIKS)

The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, Army of Women is recruiting breast cancer survivors to participate in a new study. The purpose of this study is to learn more about what breast cancer survivors age 65 and older know about the physical and functional impairments related to their breast cancer and its treatment. It will also help the research team understand what can be done to help people recover from breast cancer. This study is seeking 50 female breast cancer survivors along with a member of their care team for a one-time, one-hour phone interview. Volunteers can participate anywhere in the U.S. Learn more here.
OnlineCommunitiesSee What's New In Our Online Support Communities
Over 2100 women are finding and sharing support on SHARE's HealthUnlocked sites. Join the community most relevant to you!

PinkandTealCallFree Breast and Ovarian Cancer Information in Your Office
Pink and Teal Corporate Education
A diagnosis of breast or ovarian cancer affects everyone in the family, not just the person diagnosed.  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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