SHARE online support communities for patients with ovarian cancer, breast cancer, and metastatic breast cancer.
It's easier than ever to connect with other patients and survivors and find relevant information and support through SHARE's online support communities for breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and metastatic breast cancer! The communities are hosted on HealthUnlocked, the social network for health.
Members can write posts that ask for advice, tips, or encouragement about a particular issue they’re facing in their treatment. Or, they can offer up suggestions for resources they’ve found helpful. HealthUnlocked makes it easier than ever to find relevant information, and joining the communities is simple and anonymous. There are no advertisements, and there is no spam. Instead, the site offers suggestions of content or connections that are relevant to people at different stages of their cancer experiences.
Interested in Joining?
Choose your community:
Click "Sign Up," and enter a username, your email, and a password.
Once on the community page, click "Follow."
We're so excited to be able to offer a safe, welcoming space for women to get the support and information they need online. See you there!
Adding Ribociclib to Endocrine Therapy Yields 25% Relative Reduction in Risk of Invasive Disease In Patients With HR+/HER2– Early Breast CancerJune 2nd 2023
Statistically and clinically meaningful improvements in invasive disease-free survival were observed among patients with hormone receptor–positive/HER2-negative early breast cancer who received ribociclib in addition to endocrine therapy.
Nurse Practitioners Weigh in on Data From the San Antonio Breast Cancer SymposiumJanuary 16th 2023
Loyda Braithwaite, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC, AOCNP; and Jamie Carroll, APRN, CNP, MSN, highlight presentations from the 2022 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium that will influence oncology nursing practice.
Patients With uHCC Who Experience irAEs With Tremelimumab/Durvalumab Achieve Numerical Improvements in OS
Adding Ribociclib to Endocrine Therapy Yields 25% Relative Reduction in Risk of Invasive Disease In Patients With HR+/HER2– Early Breast Cancer
Simple Hysterectomy May Replace Radical Hysterectomy as Standard of Care in Low-Risk, Early-Stage Cervical Cancer
Ridad and McKaig Discuss Oncology Nurse Perceptions on Medical Cannabis
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