Join us to watch the Redskins play the Carolina Panthers! Put on your pink, buy a limited edition breast cancer awareness T-shirt, and come say Hi to the Brem team!
Join us November 4th at Temple Beth Or in Philadelphia, PA for an empowering conversation with Dr. Rachel Brem about breast cancer risk factors, screening options, and self-advocacy. Free genetic counseling will be available on site, as well as reduced-cost genetic screening.
Due to the weather system affecting the greater Philadelphia area, this event has been postponed until November 4th, 2018. Thank you for your understanding!
In honor of Amanda's 40th birthday (October) and the second anniversary of her double mastectomy (February), she will be running the Disney Princess Half Marathon in February 2018.
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On October 24th, the Brem Foundation will team up with top-chef Mike Isabella at his new restaurant Arroz to present the Brem Bash: A Night to Defeat Breast Cancer. This event will feature globally-inspired food from top-chef Mike Isabella, an open bar, live music, and an inspiring program. The evening will also honor Kiehl's USA President, Chris Salgardo, for his lifelong commitment to defeating breast cancer.
Contributions from live and silent auctions will save lives by increasing breast health education, funding for diagnostics for low-income women, and training physicians. Please join us for a wonderful evening!
The Redskins’ Breast Cancer Awareness Game will feature players, coaches and referees wearing pink game apparel. Additional Brem Foundation branding will be featured on the field and in the stadium. Brem Booths in the stadium will sell T-shirts in support of the B-Fund and distribute information on breast cancer risk factors and early detection.
The Brem Foundation’s Re-Bra initiative will launch at Interfaith Works Clothing Center, 751 Twinbrook Parkway, Rockville, Maryland, on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:00am.
Re-Bra is a unique, unprecedented and easy way for breast surgery patients to donate their pre-surgery bras to low-income women who cannot afford bras of their own.
Interfaith Works Clothing Center serves 13,000 low-income Montgomery County residents annually, providing them with free access to donated clothing and home-goods.
Crest Advanced Dry Cleaners has generously partnered with Re-Bra to ensure that each bra is clean and wearable prior to being given to someone else.
The Redskins Foundation and Brem team up again to defeat breast cancer! Proceeds from t-shirt sales benefit the Brem Foundation B-Fund to help more low-income women get the diagnostic tests they desperately need. Be among the first to get these limited-edition T-Shirts designed by Redskins player Chris Cooley in honor of his mother, a breast cancer survivor.
Join us for this educational event and delicious brunch at the Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department in Huntingtown, MD!
Over brunch, attendees will learn about real risk factors, screening options, guidelines, and self-advocacy. Attendees will also be able to able to determine eligibility for free genetic counseling and screening.
Bring your friends and family - the more the merrier!
Please RSVP to Sue Apple: SUE@bremfoundation.org
The Brem Foundation and George Washington’s Mammovan (a mobile mammography unit), are teaming up to provide mammograms and eligibility screenings for free genetic counseling for up to 25 women. The Mammovan will be at 1600 Jonquil Street NW (Ohev-Shalom-The National Synagogue) from 9:30am-3:30pm. Women must be over age 40 and have a primary care doctor or OB/Gyn.
To get schedule an appointment, call: 202-741-3252
Through the intimate stories of several breast cancer patients and their surgeons, The Good Breast explores the cultural roots of the loss of the breast. Unprecedented OR footage presents medicine as a ritual, and the mastectomy as a modern form of breast sacrifice.
The film features real and intimately portrayed doctor and patient encounters which reveal the often opposing desires for individual breast cancer treatment. Each character undergoes a different medical and personal experience with the loss of her breast and its reconstruction. The no-nonsense breast surgeon Lauren Schnaper struggles with her patients’ emotional decision to rid themselves of their breasts immediately after a diagnosis with breast cancer. Debunking the cancer myth of early detection she warns her patients that “a mastectomy does not save your life,” and expresses her candid views of the “breast cancer awareness movement” which makes women fearful rather than educated about breast cancer.
Join us for a a screening and panel discussion of the film with the filmmaker, a clinician and a patient. The panel will include Dr. Rachel Brem Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to Ashanti Carter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow #MammoTalk on Twitter to participate.