1. Conquering Breast Cancer Forum


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    Watch our experts discuss breast cancer at the 2009 Breast Cancer Forum.

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      from Tee Marvin Theresa Abadie / Added

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      BodyWorks The Journey video was an inspired idea between Amber Dow and myself. Having the pleasure of meeting Amber and attending her Art opening Bodyworks The Journey sponsored by West Georgia Health and Breast Friends for Life in LaGrange GA. The idea of a video was intriguing. Amber documented the art, as well as the written stories in BodyWorks The Journey book which include the works of people who have survived breast cancer or other life threatening illnesses.The survivors were given a paper mache' torso and instructed to tell their journey through their own illness by creating a personal piece of art on the torso. Recording the survivors stories on video would give this incredible project greater depth as well as create a tool to help others facing life threatning illnesses.There were many people involved in this project and they are listed in the end credits of this video. This video is not for profit. This project has been the most moving and worthy experience for me as a videographer and I am greatful for being a part of this. Tee Marvin

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      • Breast Cancer Summit: The Virus and the Vaccine, Part One


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        Scientists present research on the breast cancer virus and the first preventive breast cancer vaccine. Hosted by the Breast Health & Healing Foundation, Rayburn Building, Washington, DC, September 14, 2010.

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        • Athena Breast Health Forum - Risk & Prevention


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          February 7th, 2012 Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, CA

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          • The Biomarkers Consortium: I-SPY 2 Press Conference


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            On March 17, 2010, a press conference was held at the National Press Club to announce the innovative breast cancer clinical trial, I-SPY 2. Speakers at the event included: Dr. Charles A. Sanders, M.D., Chairman of the Board of the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health and Chairman of the Biomarkers Consortium; Senator Arlen Specter (D-PA); Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D-CA); Dr. Anna Barker, Deputy Director of the National Cancer Institute; Susan Desmond-Hellmann, MD, MPG, Chancellor of the University of California, San Francisco; Janet Woodcock, MD, Director, FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research; Dr. Laura Esserman, MD, MBA, Director, Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center at UCSF; Donald Berry, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Department of Biostatistics, Division Head, Division of Quantitative Sciences at MD Anderson Cancer Center; and Jessica Galloway. The highly anticipated clinical trial is a public-private collaboration of the Foundation for NIH's The Biomarkers Consortium, combining personalized medicine with a novel trial design to develop potentially life saving new breast cancer drugs.

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            • Insights Into Cancer February 12, 2013


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              Early Breast Cancer: Evolving Strategies in Multidisciplinary and Personalized Care Nova Foster MD, Sara Hurvitz, MD, Susan McCloskey, MD, MSHS, Anne C Hoyt, MD, Nicole Dawson, MD, & Charles Tseng, MD

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              • GE & MIAD: Compassion Project


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                A 1.5 hour slide presentation highlighting a collection of Post-It notes from the GE+MIAD Compassion Project gallery & work spaces in the Bradley Jane Petit building during the Fall of 2012. Music: "Triangle Frog" by All Tiny Creatures.

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                • Myths and Truths about Genetic Heredity in Cancer (Audio)


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                  Cancer is a common disease, with many people having a history of one or more family members affected by it. What role does genetic heredity play in cancer, in particular colorectal and breast cancers? How common is it for specific cancers to “run in the family?” What do we know about inheritable cancer genes and how does this affect research, detection and treatment? Recorded May 7, 2014 in Toronto. Experts: Dr. Nancy Baxter, MD, PhD Division Chief, Division of General Surgery St. Michael’s Hospital Scientist, St. Michael’s Hospital Kelly A. Metcalfe, RN, PhD Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto Adjunct Scientist, Women’s College Research Institute Aletta Poll, M.Sc. Genetic Counsellor Familial Breast Cancer Research Unit Women’s College Research Institute Moderator: Donna Francis Researcher, Ontario Science Centre

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                  • Insights Into Cancer September 9 2014 Vimeo


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                    Breast Cancer Treatment: Past, Present, and Future Rena Callahan, MD

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                    • OPEN MIC: Corrine Beaumont, Design thinking and Breast Cancer


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                      Who: Dr Corrine Beaumont is a graphic designer and a lecturer in design thinking and entrepreneurship at Kingston University. A farm girl from Idaho, she moved to London six years ago to take on a subject she is passionate about—using design to improve breast cancer outcomes. She is also the author of The Zoo in My Belly, a children’s book designed to change the way children think about and eat food. What: Design Thinking in Healthcare – developing patient-centred communication materials for breast cancer detection The role of design is emerging as an agent of collaboration, bringing different disciplines—such as healthcare and communication design—together in new ways. This new focus of design is increasingly looking beyond ‘designing the object’ towards ‘designing the system’. But how does a designer use design thinking to bring the object and system together? I’ll be discussing my experience and research journey as a graphic designer who took on the challenge to change the way educational materials for breast cancer detection are designed for a global audience. This resulted in a PhD in Design, as well as a set of educational materials under the brand of Worldwide Breast Cancer, educating over 60,000 patients so far. I’ll be sharing the results of patient literacy with the materials, as well as conceptual frameworks for analysing a system and patient needs.

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