Spring 2022 Newsletter
Yours in health,
Heart Health & Breast Cancer
Women who have had breast cancer are living longer than ever before. By eight years after a breast cancer diagnosis, people without metastatic disease are more likely to die from heart disease than breast cancer. Breast cancer treatment can increase the risk of some diseases of the heart and artery, also known as cardiovascular diseases (CVD). Read more.
Get to Know the Board: David Shao
New Board President David Shao shares his background and what he values about Zero Breast Cancer in this Get to Know the Board series interview. He first became involved with Zero Breast Cancer in 2012 and joined the board in 2019. Learn more about him.
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