LBBC

(redirected from Living Beyond Breast Cancer)
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LBBCLiving Beyond Breast Cancer
LBBCLibyan British Business Council (est. 2004)
LBBCLake Beauty Bible Camp (Bible camp in MN)
LBBCLittleton Bible Baptist Church (Littleton, NH)
LBBCLighthouse Bible Baptist Church (Tallahassee, FL)
LBBCLondon Bridge Baptist Church (Virginia Beach, VA)
LBBCLiving Balls Bowling Club (Finland)
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NEW YORK -- For the third year in a row, Riedel has created a special limited-edition glass to benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer that debuted last month at a rose tasting and reception at Duvet here.
Proceeds benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Visit www.lbbc.org for details.
An internationally known speaker, she served as the keynote presenter at the Second Annual Conference for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer, which was sponsored by Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC), Ardmore, Pa.
PHILADELPHIA -- Young breast cancer survivors have issues and needs that are unique to their age and not found in older women, presenters said at a meeting sponsored by Living Beyond Breast Cancer and the Young Survival Coalition.
PHILADELPHIA -- Young breast cancer survivors have needs that are unique to their age and not found in older women, presenters .said at a meeting sponsored by Living Beyond Breast Cancer and the Young Survival Coalition.
In 2012, GreaterGood.org, which distributes all grants funded by The Breast Cancer Site and other GreaterGood Network websites, already has contributed $100,000 to Mayo Clinic for breast cancer research as well as providing funding for such programs as Hope For Two, Patients Access Network, Living Beyond Breast Cancer, and Patients Access Network to assist women living with breast cancer.
All are welcomed to join in the "Hope" SckoonCup campaign and help support Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Those interested in purchasing the "Hope" SckoonCup can do so by visiting www.SckoonCup.com starting October 24, 2015.