Life In Asymmetry Book Review


Raychel Kubby Adler’s new book is a memoir about living with a genetic predisposition to breast and gynecologic cancers.

Click here to read a review of Life In Asymmetry published in our most recent newsletter.

Autumn 2017: Voices of the Finger Lakes Region of Central & Western New York


Did you know that our quarterly Regional Voices is posted online?

It is! Our Autumn 2017 edition is now available.

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Coming Up! Nov. 30, 2017: Holiday Open House


Where can you find holiday cheer and survivors celebrating the season?

At the Breast Cancer Coalition!

FUSION Quartet surprised party attendees with a beautiful selection of holiday songs at our 2016 Holiday Open House. What a gift!

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Pink Ribbon Myth #5: Breast cancer treatment should be aggressive.


 

Ribbon Busters for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Ribbon Buster!

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Pink Ribbon Myth #4: Women under 50 are more often diagnosed with breast cancer.


 

Breast Cancer Coalition Ribbon Buster

Ribbon Buster!

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Pink Ribbon Myth #3: If you have family members diagnosed with breast cancer, it is likely you will be too.


 

Ribbon Buster for Oct 16 2017

Ribbon Buster!

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November 14, Educational Seminar in Dansville, NY: Long-Term Effects of Radiation


Join us in Dansville NY for an evening educational seminar

What?

Join us for an evening educational seminar!
Long-Term Effects of Radiation

When?

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Pink Ribbon Myth #2: Metastatic / advanced breast cancer is not treatable.


 

Metastatic Breast Cancer is treatable but not curable

Ribbon Buster!

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Pink Ribbon Myth #1: Early detection equals prevention.


 

Ribbon Buster

Ribbon Buster!

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Oct. 24th, Educational Seminar Held in Geneva, NY on Complementary Therapies, Breast & Gynecologic Cancer


 

Complementary Therapies Presentation

What?

Join us for an evening educational seminar!
Complementary Therapies, Breast & Gynecologic Cancer

When?

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