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Mary: Stage I Invasive Breast Cancer

My name is Mary Vetting, and I am an eight-year breast cancer survivor.

Most people think of breast cancer as an older woman’s disease. It turns ...

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Announcing SHARE's National Expansion

New Support Groups Active in Norwalk, CT; Brentwood, NY; and Orlando, FL
After 42 years in New York City, SHARE Cancer Support has announced a national ...

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Introducing new program formats!

If you receive our program calendar or email newsletter, you may have noticed some new types of educational programs. In addition to our webinars and ...

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SHARE Expands Chinese Outreach

SHARE has long been a leader in outreach to medically underserved communities. This year, SHARE connected with the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center ...

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Update on TAPUR Study

At its annual meeting this year in June, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) gave patient advocates an update on the TAPUR clinical trial, ...

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SHARE Women Featured in Story About BRCA Mutations

Ovarian Cancer Helpline Coordinator Andrea Herzberg taking a Helpline call.

Manhattan newspaper Chelsea Now recently ran a story about women who discovered ...

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SHARE Meets With Japanese Breast Cancer Advocates

SHARE recently hosted a meet and greet luncheon for a group of Japanese breast cancer advocates interested in learning more about our programs and services. ...

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Ninth Annual T.E.A.L. Walk Recap

Hundreds of participants, including friends, family and caregivers, gathered at Prospect Park on September 9 for the 9th annual Brooklyn T.E.A.L. Walk/Run. ...

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Recap: We Run for Hope 5K/10K Run and Walk

Runners and walkers from around the city gathered at Flushing Meadows Park on Sunday, June 4, to participate in the 5th Annual We Run for Hope 5K/10K ...

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Recap of "Ask Me Anything" with Dr. Don Dizon

SHARE, in partnership with the online platform HealthUnlocked, recently hosted our first ever “Ask Me Anything”, or AMA, on our ovarian cancer community. ...

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Rosemary: Trusting Her Intuition

My hope in sharing my story is to encourage women to trust their intuition and act on it when something doesn’t seem right with their body--even when ...

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Introducing #ClinicalTrialsTuesday!

Over the next few weeks, each Tuesday we'll be posting information and stories on our blog and social media about the importance of clinical trials for ...

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A Bit of Advocate in All of Us

This is a guest blog post by ovarian cancer advocate Dorinda “Dee” Sparacio.
Through the years I have worked as a chemical engineer, packaging engineer, ...

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Financial Toxicity and Cancer

This post was written by Teri Pollastro.

Over the last several years we have heard about precision medicine, payment reform and patient-centered care. ...

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Top Stories of 2016

Now that it's the end of the year, we're looking back at the stories and articles that made us think, inspired us, and moved us to action. From a guide ...

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