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BCRF Teams Up with 'Alive With Joan Lunden'

The new online channel offers a forum for some of the brightest minds in breast cancer research

One year ago, Joan Lunden shared on "Good Morning America," the television program she once hosted for over three decades, the difficult news that she had been diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer, an aggressive form of the disease that doesn’t respond to many of the targeted therapies that work for other forms of breast cancer.

“Sharing my cancer journey is about empowering others to be strong and brave with me,” Lunden said.

Now, she is taking her journey one step further. After months of treatment—chemotherapy, surgery and radiation—Joan is turning her personal experience into an opportunity for a public discussion.

On June 3, Lunden is launching "ALIVE with Joan Lunden," a new streaming television network devoted to breast cancer and women’s health. This new online channel offers a forum for some of the world’s brightest minds in breast cancer to share their knowledge and insights with the community of women and men impacted by the disease.

BCRF is pleased to announce that it will provide content and guest experts for select programs within the channel—creating an opportunity for supporters like you to hear directly from many of the researchers BCRF funds.

"ALIVE with Joan Lunden" ​is available without cost for two weeks. Should you wish to subscribe to the channel afterwards, 15 percent of the $9.95 monthly subscription fee will go to BCRF’s singular mission to accelerate research efforts.

We hope you are as excited about this channel as we are. BCRF looks forward to being a part of this important conversation around breast cancer.

Click here to get VIP access today. 


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