Webinars

COVID-19 Symptom Tracker Webinar

This webinar featured Dr. Andrew T. Chan of Massachusetts General Hospital. He presented a call to action to use the COVID Symptom Tracker, an app that documents your symptoms daily in order to track the growth of COVID-19 across the country and discover how it is affecting people with cancer. Dr. Chan discusses the app with Dr. Susan Love, Crystal Hertz, and webinar attendees.

Breast-Q: Advancing Clinical Care and Quality in Breast Cancer Surgery

This webinar featured Dr. Manraj Kaur and Dr. Elena Tsangaris of Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Patient-Reported Outcomes, Values, and Experience (PROVE) Center at the Harvard Medical School Teaching Hospital. The researchers discussed their team's creation of the Breast-Q questionnaire, a patient-reported outcome measure that continues to advance clinical care and quality in breast cancer surgery. The discussion was held with Crystal Hertz and webinar attendees.

Technology-Related Support Communication Among Young Adults

This webinar featured Katie Darabos, PhD, of the City University of New York, who conducted a study titled, "Technology-Based Communication After a Cancer Diagnosis," which was supported by the Love Research Army. Dr. Darabos discusses the results of the study with Dr. Susan Love, Crystal Hertz, and webinar attendees.

Cognitive and Emotional Effects of Breast Cancer Study

Hear from Dr. Shelli Kesler who conducted the study titled, "Cognitive and Emotional Effects of Breast Cancer Study," to understand how breast cancer and its treatments cause problems related to attention, memory, depression, and anxiety. You can learn more about this study here: Assessment and Treatment of Cognitive Deficits in Breast Cancer

Grapefruit, Hormones, and Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Risk Study

Learn more about Dr. Monroe's, "Grapefruit, Hormones, and Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Risk," study.

Stress and Breast Cancer Study

This webinar featured Dr. Spiegel, the Principal Investigator of the study titled, "Stress and Breast Cancer Study."

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