Category Archives: Breast Cancer

Healthy, Refreshing Smoothie!

This summer, I have been practicing eating healthier just to feel great inside and out! One of my favorite meals (or, snacks) is this delicious smoothie I have been making a couple of times a week! I use my Nutribullet but a blender of any sorts works great! The best part about this smoothie is it fills you up and leaves you perfectly satisfied! Also, during this heat this is a great recipe to cool down with!
Ingredients:
-2 tbsp. pb2 (this is a healthy peanut butter substitute, regular peanut butter works too)
-1 tbsp. Organic Chia Seeds (optional)
-1 cup strawberries (frozen or …

 

Can Women Get More Than One Lumpectomy?

For many women with localized breast cancer, a lumpectomy followed by breast radiation therapy may be the most effective treatment, with survival rates equal to a mastectomy. But if the cancer comes back, can women have additional lumpectomies?
Women should not have a second lumpectomy in the same breast if they were previously
Mehra Golshan, MD, FACS, director of Breast Surgical Services with the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber, meets with patients to customize breast surgery approaches.
treated with a lumpectomy and radiation, says Mehra Golshan, MD, FACS, director of Breast Surgical Services at the Susan F. Smith Center …

 

Happy July 4th

Tags: Bakes for Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer, Fourth of July, nonprofit breast cancer organization

 

Priority Areas Illustrate Expertise

With a breadth that addresses all types of breast
and gynecologic cancers – from the common to the
obscure, the early-stage to the advanced – the Susan F.
Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber is
propelling the science and fine-tuning patient care for
women (and in a few cases, men) of all ages.
The center’s research and care expertise is growing
in four major areas where patients find themselves in
particular need of assistance: breast surgery, metastatic
breast cancer, breast cancer in young women, and
recurrent ovarian cancer.
Breast Surgery
Colleen Sullivan was prepared to follow a typical plan
for her breast cancer: a lumpectomy followed by radia-
tion. When she learned a …

 

Boston Bakes 2015 has started!

Tags: Bakeries, boston bakes for breast cancer, breast cancer fundraiser, breast cancer reseach, Desserts, desserts for a cause, restaurants, shop desserts shipped, supermarkets, Sweet 16

 

Happy St Patrick’s Day

Tags: boston bakes for breast cancer, Desserts, desserts for a cause, nonprofit breast cancer organization, Rhode Island Bakes for Breast Cancer, St. Patrick's Day

 

We believe in what we do!

Check out the newest ad for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.  This is why Bakes for Breast Cancer works so hard to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer by supporting research at Dana-Farber.  They will and have led us on the path to make a difference and they have led the path and opened many doors to make a difference in the treatment of not only their patients but those around the world.
Our work is not done until there is a cure for breast cancer. Our work and your support of our nonprofit breast organization Bakes for Breast Cancer …

 

Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer Turns Sweet 16 May 4-10!

We might be only to be able to see white snow outside beyond our imaginations with icicles hanging off of houses and buildings everywhere.  Temperatures so frigid you can’t imagine that you truly have to go out into it. Snow days galore that affected local business including many of our participants.  Public transportation, traffic and parking are all major inconveniences right now.  This winter is one for the history books.
The days are staying lighter a little longer and we all hope for winter’s end to come sooner rather than later.  With spring comes the 16th Annual Boston Bakes for Breast …

 

Happy Holidays

Tags: Bakes for Breast Cancer, nonprofit breast cancer organization, Season's Greetings

 

How to Help Patients During the Holidays

The holidays are a time for celebrating with family and friends, but the season can bring challenges for cancer patients and those who have recently completed treatment. The stresses of cancer may leave them feeling out of touch or overburdened with traditional holiday responsibilities. If someone you know is in, or has recently completed, treatment for cancer, consider these tips for helping during the holidays.

Let the patient take the lead. Some people will want to celebrate the holiday season as they always have, but others may want to step back and be less festive. Even if treatment is over, your …