Story: Is Male Breast Cancer Overlooked in Clinical Trials? – The ASCO Post I want to thank the ASCO Post for running this story – it is much appreciated!
Yesterday I was honored to speak at a session on Clinical Trials at the annual meeting of the American Society of Breast Surgeons in Dallas. Dr. Deanna Attai, the President of ASBrS and a breast […]
Honored to be mentioned in a great story on male breast cancer in Vice magazine by Naomi Melati Bishop via Men Have Breasts Too: My Dad’s Pink-Hued Fight with Breast Cancer | Motherboard.
BBC News – The beauty of scars: David Jay’s ‘honest’ portraits of imperfect beauty. A very nice video with a voice over by David about his work on the SCAR Project, and the Unknown […]
A big thank you to Tara Parker-Pope of the New York Times for covering male breast cancer and the new work of David Jay in the SCAR Project: Male Breast Cancer. The piece features photos […]
I was honored to be invited to write a guest post by Terry Lynne Arnold on the IBC Network Foundation’s blog: https://www.theibcnetwork.org/pink/. I wrote about what I am calling Pink+ – the idea that we need […]
I am proud to have a guest post up at Nancy’s Point! Check it out here: “Cancer Changes Everything” – A Guest Post by Oliver Bogler. I have e-met so many wonderful people through #bcsm and […]
Ruth Spencer over at the Guardian is collecting breast cancer stories, and is interested in men’s experiences and perspectives. Please visit the page and consider telling your story – I did 🙂 It is at: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/oct/15/living-with-breast-cancer-your-stories
Nick Sadler and David Didato just launched a Kickstarter “TIMES LIKE THESE: men with breast cancer documentary” to fund a film about Bill and Bob, two of my breast cancer friends. I won’t say much about […]
Thank you Jennifer for covering male breast cancer on the Chron’s breast cancer awareness blog – much appreciated! You can read the piece here: Men also can find themselves facing breast cancer.