Sun, Oct 09|
Living with MBC is challenging and during the month of October (Breast Cancer Awareness Month), those challenges can be even more difficult. Triggers and reminders of so many hardships can make Pinktober something to dread. Come join us as we discuss how BCAM has changed for people living with MBC
Time & Location
Oct 09, 2022, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT
About the event
About our panelists:
Megan-Claire Chase is an accomplished media and marketing professional and the new Breast Cancer Program Director at SHARE Cancer Support. As a 6-year stage IIA invasive lobular breast cancer survivor in Atlanta, GA, she became heavily involved in patient advocacy and research post-treatment. Megan-Claire, also known as Warrior Megsie, is a powerful communicator, public speaker, researcher, and published writer and has a personal blog called Life on the Cancer Train. She is a passionate advocate who effectively sheds light on the struggles and trials of those patients and survivors, especially those diagnosed under 40 years old. She served on the Pan Tumor Adherence Patient Advocate Panel with Merck in 2021 and is currently part of the Health Disparities Town Hall Focus Group with Stupid Cancer, a Consumer Reviewer for the Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program, and a contributing writer for WebMD. Megan-Claire and her work have been featured in the national press, including The New York Times and People Magazine, and thru numerous patient advocacy organizations. She works as a budding voice over actor and is a proud cat mom to Nathan Edgar (Baby Natey).