The ONLY conference of its kind in the Twin Cities, our annual Breast Cancer Education Conference features renowned experts and resources on the latest in breast cancer research, nutrition, care and prevention.
Saturday, October 2, 2021
Wilder Foundation, Saint Paul
8:00 am- 4:00 pm
Renowned local and national breast health experts will share the latest advancements in research, treatment and care in a supportive and inspiring environment. The day includes opportunities to connect with others and discover practical tools and resources for dealing with the challenges of surviving and living with breast cancer. The conference is designed to be relevant to anyone whose life may be affected by breast cancer – newly diagnosed, in treatment, survivors, caregivers, family members and health care professionals.
The BCEA offers free webinars on a variety of breast cancer topics. Click here for information on upcoming webinars. All webinars are recorded, so if you missed a live event, you can still see the recorded presentation.
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Annette Lamers Making A Difference Award
We are delighted to announce that Kelsey MacGibbon is the recipient of this year's Annette Lamers Making A Difference Award. The award recognizes an outstanding volunteer whose dedicated service has made a significant difference in our community. Kelsey's leadership, dedication, caring and compassion have been instrumental in the growth and impact of BCEA. Presenting the award to Kelsey are Nadia Janson, 2019 Board Member, and BCEA Co-Founders Lois Joseph and Ann Harris.
At community events, through educational webinars and our annual conference, we connect people with support resources and share the latest information on research, treatment options, nutrition and care. Through education, survivors learn how to live as fully as possible as they bravely explore treatment options, incorporate emotional and lifestyle changes and manage the disease. LEARN MORE
Created in 2001 by survivors Ann Harris and Lois Joseph, the Breast Cancer Education Association conference fulfills a need for a broad range of cutting-edge information about breast health. Our program crosses all boundaries and supports a broad range of healing philosophies and possibilities, from surgical options and the latest updates in oncology to mind, body and spirit practices. Learn More
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of people who have been impacted by breast cancer? Would you like to meet other people who are as passionate about breast cancer education as you? We need passionate people to join our volunteer team. From marketing and fundraising to conference set-up and registration, there are a variety of ways to share your time and talents. Get Involved