Hello, beautiful people! I’m so pleased to report that we’ve raised over $1,000 for American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Initiative! There’s still time to make a difference! Support a local team. Send in a donation directly to the American Cancer Society. Support other organizations that fund breast cancer research and patient support: […]Read More We did it! Goal for ACS Fundraiser Met!
Tables Turned From the Laboratory Bench to My Own Bedside Originally Published in VICC Momentum September 23, 2020 | Dana Brantley-Sieders, PhD Note: This is an essay I wrote last summer. Though my journey continues thanks to residual disease and a mastectomy after I submitted the essay, the spirit and information in the essay hold […]Read More Breast Cancer From Bench to My Own Bedside
This year I have the great fortune of mentoring a talented and dedicated medical student in my lab, Kalin Wilson. Her interest is in oncology, so it’s a great fit for my ongoing and new research directions. She’s working on two projects with similar goals: to identify and characterize new drug combinations and new experimental […]Read More The Power and Rewards of Mentoring
i love you with all my boobs. I would say my heart, but my boobs are bigger I’ve spent twenty years working as a biomedical breast cancer researcher. Then, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I thought I knew breast cancer before it whacked me upside my left boob and left me bleeding on the […]Read More Introduction