May 22, 2010—Dr. Susan Love explains the importance of the microenvironment of a tumor – the “neighborhood” and its interactions both within and outside of that neighborhood that result in cancer and metastasis. She offers insights into preventing and ending breast cancer in this engaging presentation.
Bio: Susan M. Love, MD, MBA, FACS has dedicated her professional life to the eradication of breast cancer. As President of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, she oversees a $4 million research program on breast cancer cause and prevention. She is a Clinical Professor of Surgery at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine and is well known to women worldwide through her books and the Foundation website. The fifth edition of Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book was released October 2010. Her most recent project, the Love/Avon Army of Women, partners women and scientists to accelerate basic translational research. She received her MD from SUNY Downstate Medical Center in NY and did her surgical training at Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital. She founded Boston’s Faulkner Breast Center and the Revlon UCLA Breast Center in LA. She has an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School.
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