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Join us for our 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Survivorship Day, Working Together: Building a Bridge to Survivorship for Breast Cancer Survivors, Families, and Caregivers, May 21, 2016 (9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.). It is our vision to create an event that meets all survivors wherever they are along the journey of survivorship while incorporating the needs of the family as caregivers so that everyone can thrive after a breast cancer diagnosis. Register today!
Potomac Valley Dressage Association’s Ride for Life
Since 2004 the annual PVDA Ride for Life has benefited future patients by funding breast cancer research at Johns Hopkins Medicine. This weekend of competitive events features beautiful horses and dressage and an elegant gala.
Breastival™ is an event developed by Lillie Shockney, R.N., administrative director of The Johns Hopkins Breast Center, with the support and enthusiasm of the Alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority at The Johns Hopkins University. This humorous and fun event is designed for college campuses as a way to engage and educate young women about the importance of routine screening for the early detection of breast cancer. Get a Breastival™ planning kit.
Since 2002, female motorcycle club Leather & Lace has held Bra Run events to support quality-of-life research programs for breast cancer patients and the patient education fund. Bra Runs are held in various East Coast locations several times a year. On event day, riders pay a fee and ride a specific route. The Bra Run also features education about breast health and breast cancer.
The Johns Hopkins Breast Center and our patients, friends and families participate in a variety of activities that benefit breast cancer research and patient care. View event photos and recaps from the past few years.