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Dating with MBC

Join us for heartfelt insights and empowering conversations on love, resilience, and finding connection despite the challenges. Register now for an unmissable discussion on navigating relationships while living with MBC.

Dating with MBC
Dating with MBC

Time & Location

Jun 12, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

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About the event

Join us for an insightful webinar featuring Deltra James and Roxana Guerra as they share their experiences and wisdom on navigating the world of dating while living with metastatic breast cancer. 

Discover firsthand insights, triumphs, and challenges into topics of love, relationships, and self-discovery. 

Don't miss this empowering conversation on finding connection and embracing life , regardless of the obstacles. 

Deltra James is a devoted chain tea drinker, wig hoarder, and unabashed lover of singing and dancing. She's also a proud mother and has been courageously battling triple-negative metastatic breast cancer since 2019. Deltra's commitment to the community is evident she supported our creative space in the Open Mic Night, recognizing the importance of shared experiences, especially as a single mom and metastatic cancer thriver. Eager to share the knowledge she has learned with others who may not have the chance to attend the LBBC conference, particularly representing BIPOC, single moms, and metastatic patients.

Roxana Guerra is a resilient Thriver who has been battling metastatic breast cancer for seven years. Her journey began with a diagnosis in December 2015 at the age of 41, revealing invasive lobular carcinoma/lobular carcinoma in situ, ER+ PR+ HER2-. Fluent in both English and Spanish, Roxana is deeply committed to advocating for her community. Selected as a 2024 SBC Educational Scholar, she eagerly wants to share her knowledge to amplify awareness about SurvivingBreastCancer.org among her peers.

Catherine Benedict

Dr. Catherine Benedict, PhD is a clinical psychologist and behavioral scientist. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences within Stanford University School of Medicine, Member of the Stanford Cancer Institute, and Director of the Women’s Sexual Health & Cancer clinic. Dr. Benedict specializes in young adult cancer survivorship and women’s health issues after cancer. She sees patients clinically to support them through their cancer experience, often focusing on building skills to cope with sexual health, infertility, and adjusting to post-cancer changes in health, identity, relationships, and quality of life. She also conducts research to better understand cancer survivorship experiences, primarily focusing on fertility and family-building issues for young adult survivors.

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