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The Pink Agenda held TPA Talks: On the Agenda | The Power of Positive Psychology on Wednesday, April 6, the first panel in this year’s TPA Talks educational series. Moderated by Jordyn Feingold, MD, MSCR, MAPP, panelists Julienne Bower, PhD; Shayla Martin; and Annette L. Stanton, PhD shared information on the biological pathways that link stress with breast cancer outcomes, evidence-based ways to confront mental health challenges during treatment, and interventions that can be taken to improve quality of life for breast cancer patients.
TPA Talks Live will be back in person on Thursday, June 9 at 7:00 PM ET at The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture (18 Bleecker St, NYC).
The next TPA Talks: On the Agenda virtual event will take place on Thursday, November 10 at 6:30 PM ET and will explore the links between genetic, environmental, and lifestyle influences on breast cancer risk.
Click here to learn more about these upcoming events.
BRINGING CREATIVITY TO SCIENCE
The article details her journey into medicine, the early and difficult stages of her career, as well as the barriers and glass ceilings she broke along the way.
The award-winning oncologist and researcher shares with us the lessons she has learned over the years and what she hopes will be her legacy as a mentor.
Dr. Hershman also reminds us of the importance of having a strong support system, building personal connections with patients, and inspiring and being inspired by those around you. You can read the full article here.
TPA & KENDRA SCOTT
If you are unable to attend or are outside of the greater Boston area, there is an opportunity to support the shopping event online. Use the code GIVEBACK-TPABOS at checkout and 20% of all purchases will be donated to The Pink Agenda. Don’t miss your chance to pick up that perfect gift just before Mother’s Day!
VIRTUAL RACE FOR RESEARCH
Join us on Sunday, June 5 for The Pink Agenda’s #Move2RaiseHell Virtual Race for Research! Supporters from across the country will embark on their own 3.8 mile walk, run, bike, swim, or activity of their choice to raise money for lifesaving breast cancer research.
June 5 commemorates National Cancer Survivors’ Day and the 3.8 mile journeys commemorate the 3.8+ million people who have undergone breast cancer treatment in the U.S.
Supporters can participate individually or as part of a team. All participants will receive a printable bib, sharable social media assets and fundraising tips, and a digital day-of guide to enhance their experience on Sunday, June 5. Team captains will receive guidance for recruiting team members, motivating their team, and creating a safe and fun day-of experience.