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Grasping Science Together

By Julia Maues and Christine Hodgdon Originally published in Wildfire Magazine Most of us diagnosed with breast cancer never planned on entering the cancer world. We had a life and career very distant from cancer. But we won the bad lottery. We were the one in eight. We didn’t ask for it, but cancer became […]


Rescuing Scientific Posters From the Twitter Black Hole

In this piece on Symplur, Liza Bernstein, a breast cancer patient and advocate – and GRASP mentor! – discusses three innovative endeavors around science posters. GRASP and the hashtag #GRASPcancer is one of them. View Original Article Written by Liza Bernstein Thousands of research posters and abstracts are presented at medical and scientific meetings every […]


Empowering Patients With Knowledge – Heard in the Halls: Voices From the 2019 SABCS

Breastcancer.org interviews advocates Felicia Johnson, who is living with metastatic disease, and Sharon Rivera-Sanchez, who was diagnosed in 2015 with triple-negative breast cancer. Felicia and Sharon talk about what they learned during GRASP at the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. Running time: 7:52 View Original Article Written by Abigail Johnston Felicia Johnson, who is […]