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An event to explore the impact of both food and science on breast health presented by the UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center. Full event information at https://cancer.ucsf.edu/tasteforthecure.
- 9:00 AM Introduction
- 9:10 AM How the knowledge of background risk informs screening, choice of treatment, and order of treatment.
Panelists: Alan Ashworth, PhD, FRS, Hope Rugo, MD, Fraser Symmans, MD, Lisa Madlensky, PhD
Moderator: Laura Esserman, MD, MBA
- 9:55 AM Breast Care Center Clinical Studies Flash Talks-Part One
Presenters: UCSF Research Coordinators
- Introduction by Laura Esserman, MD, MBA
- Redefining what is cancer in 2022: Is it time to re-think the way we make diagnoses?
- I-SPY 2.2: A personalized medicine clinical trial to learn about new drugs and optimize treatments for each patient.
- Why are we excited about offering women the opportunity to safely have less chemotherapy in the setting of high-risk breast cancer?
- Why we need new approaches for hormone positive breast cancer (both ductal and lobular cancers).
- Patient quality of life measures: what do they mean and how can they help us?
- One Source 2021: Integrating clinical care and research in the clinic.
- When a critical health decision needs to be made, who needs a scribe: Patients or physicians?
- Navigating the new UCSF BCC website to get all the information you need when you need it.
- 10:15 AM Zumba Exercise Class
Instructors: Angie Shin and Judy Young, MPH
- 10:35 AM Normal Breast Tissue Organoids Reveal Prevention Drugs
Presenter: Jennifer Rosenbluth, MD, PhD
- 10:45 AM Closing Remarks