Category Archives: cancer research

Meet Linnea Blake, one of the Chefs of Sugar Rush 2017

Pastry Chef Linnea Blake of Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks is one of  five of the extraordinary Pastry Chef’s taking part in Sugar Rush 2017 on Monday, July 17 at 6:00 PM at the Rail Stop in Brighton.  Get your ticket on EventBrite and join us as we not only enjoy a 5-course dessert tasting but raise much needed money for breast cancer research.
Linnea Blake,Pastry Chef Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks
Chef Linnea Blake directs the pastry program at Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks, including the entire Hotel Commonwealth Events Program and The Hawthorn. Linnea grew up in Milford in Worcester …

 

Meet Jesse Jackson III one of the Chefs of Sugar Rush 2017

Executive Pastry Chef Jesse B. Jackson, III CPC is one of  five of the extraordinary Pastry Chef’s taking part in Sugar Rush 2017 on Sunday, July 16 at 6:00 PM at the Rail Stop in Brighton.  Get your ticket on EventBrite and join us as we not only enjoy a 5-course dessert tasting but raise much needed money for breast cancer research.

Jesse Jackson III, Pastry Chef at No 9 Park, Boston
Jesse was raised in Hyde Park, NY, the home of the Culinary Institute of America, Executive Pastry Chef Jesse Jackson III grew up surrounded by culinary education. His godmother, a …

 

Sugar Rush 2017 is Here & It Raises Money for Breast Cancer!

Tags: Bakes for Breast Cancer, Boston, boston restaurants, Breast Cancer, breast cancer fundraiser, Desserts, Fundraisers, Johnson & Wales, pastry chefs, restaurants

 

The Importance of Breast Cancer Research and the Work of Dr. Shom Goel

Bakes for Breast Cancer 2017 will support the research of Dr. Shom Goel
Although the term “physician-scientist” has become a buzzword in medical research, there are actually only a few people around who successfully combine a career in the clinic, taking care of breast cancer patients, with laboratory research. Dr Shom Goel is one such person –  a breast cancer oncologist at the Dana-Farber who divides his time between the laboratory bench and the patient’s bedside. This year, we will be funding Dr. Goel and his research that addresses the important question – “Why are some breast cancers resistant to the …

 

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Lifespan sign long-term agreement to advance cancer treatment and research

March 21, 2017 Courtesy of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Lifespan leadership are creating a strategic alliance to advance cancer treatment and research. The new agreement, signed March 21, 2017, will support the expansion of clinical trials, offer access for Lifespan physicians to cancer-specific disease expertise for complex cases, and create a program to coordinate the treatment of bone marrow transplant patients, with transplants provided in Boston at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center and care surrounding the transplant in Rhode Island at Lifespan. The two organizations already share patient information through their respective cancer-specific electronic health record systems and …

 

Potential New Drug for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Dana-Farber scientists this year identified a promising new drug for a form of breast cancer and discovered one way the disease can outmaneuver the drug. The findings, reported in the journal Nature, may lead to a more farsighted treatment strategy for breast cancers classified as “triple-negative” – one that uses drug combinations to both arrest the disease and prevent it from resisting front-line therapies. The dual approach could significantly extend patient survival times, the authors say.
Kornelia Polyak, M.D., Ph.D.
 
“We found that a class of agents known as BET bromodomain inhibitors significantly impeded the growth of triple-negative breast cancer cells in …

 

The Stars of Tomorrow are the Young Investigators of Today!

The stars of tomorrow are the young investigators of today.
Bakes for Breast Cancer will now be funding the up and coming research of young investigators in breast cancer research.   Our Medical Advisory Board will direct the best use of our funds raised in the support of the young investigators.
Funds raised in 2015 and 2016 will benefit the research of Heather A. Parsons, MD, MPH. a young investigator at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts.
Heather A. Parsons, MD, MPH
We would like to introduce you to Dr. Heather Parsons and how the money that will be raised through our events in 2016 …

 

Happy Valentines Day!

Tags: Bakes for Breast Cancer, boston bakes for breast cancer, Breast Cancer Research, Cape & Islands Bakes for Breast Cancer, nonprofit breast cancer organization, Rhode Island Bakes for Breast Cancer, Valentine's Day

 

The Importance of the Young Investigator

In 1990, when we started The Eva Brownman Breast Cancer Fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, we provided seed money for the tamoxifen research being done by Dr. Judy Garber. Dr. Garber was then a young investigator.
Dr. Garber is now internationally known for your work in the field of breast cancer.  She is the Director of the Center for Cancer Genetics and Prevention at Dana-Farber and a professor at Harvard Medical School.  Dr. Garber’s  extensive research and work in the field of breast cancer has changed the lives of women throughout the world.
As we look back as well as …

 

What you can do for breast cancer!

 
 
 
As September quickly passes, we will be in October for what is annually called Breast Cancer Awareness Month. October is a month where everything is pink and everyone is helping to make a difference in a disease that touches so many women and men we love every day of the year.
If you are looking for something easy to do where you can make a difference the Office Bake Sale is the perfect non-event event you can do! The Office Bake Sale was designed to fit into your life easily! We hope once you know about our #OfficeBakeSale you will get …