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Fox News Radio: Joan Lunden Opens Up about her Battle with Breast Cancer

November 15, 2017

FOX's Tonya J. Powers spends "A Few Moments With..." with Lunden about the process she went through once she diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Next Avenue: The Long-Term Care Benefit Many Veterans Are Missing Out On

November 10, 2017

On Veterans Day, it is my hope that all wartime veterans and their spouses can find a senior community where they can feel safe and happy in their later years and can get the financial assistance that they deserve from the Veterans Aid & Attendance Pensions Benefit program. And I would like to thank all veterans and their families for their service to our country.

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Forbes: Thousands of veterans and their spouses qualify for the Veterans Aid & Attendance long-term care benefit from the VA but don't know it. Here are the rules.

November 10, 2017

When my mom’s dementia no longer made it possible for her to live alone, I began searching for an assisted living community. After I started working with an adviser from A Place for Mom — the senior-living referral service where I’m now a spokeswoman — I learned that my mother was eligible to receive Veterans Administration (VA) benefits that would help offset the costs of her care. My mother had remarried a man who was a World War II veteran (my dad died in a tragic plane crash when I was 13). I had no idea that as the widow of a veteran there was this kind of financial assistance.

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Joan Lunden Talks Life After Battling Breast Cancer: "I'm Doing Fabulous!"

November 1, 2017

Closer Weekly caught up with Joan at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation New York Symposium and Awards on Thursday, Oct. 19, where the former Good Morning America host spoke in support of her new purpose — advocating for breast cancer research and awareness.

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Cancer information awareness campaign features conversations with Joan Lunden

November 1, 2017

Patient Daily writes: Amgen recently launched At Home with Joan, a cancer information awareness campaign spearheaded by Joan Lunden, a breast cancer survivor and former co-host of "Good Morning America."

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Joan Lunden Educating Patients About Risk of Febrile Neutropenia Associated With Strong Chemotherapy

October 31, 2017

American Journal of Managed Care: Strong chemotherapy may be part of the treatment plan for patients diagnosed with cancer, but it also comes with risks. A new campaign will empower patients with cancer to better understand and navigate risks such as febrile neutropenia that are associated with strong chemotherapy. The campaign, At Home with Joan, is being led by Joan Lunden, a breast cancer survivor, advocate, and former co-host of ABC’s Good Morning America.

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SheKnows.com: Joan Lunden Wants You to Be Your Own Health Care Advocate

October 27, 2017

After spending years working as a journalist and oftentimes covering health, Joan Lunden was shocked how much she didn’t know about breast cancer when she was first diagnosed. To help others dealing with breast cancer, Lunden has created At Home With Joan, a website dedicated to all things cancer-related, including everything from everyday tips to stories from survivors and thrivers to a printable guide you can take with you to the doctor to make sure you ask the right questions during your appointments.

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Health Day: Joan Lunden's Breast Cancer Journey

October 26, 2017

Joan Lunden -- co-host of "Good Morning America" for nearly two decades and a long-time health advocate -- is now also a breast cancer survivor. By sharing her experience and launching her new campaign "At Home with Joan," Lunden hopes she can help other women facing a frightening cancer diagnosis.

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PBS Metro Focus: Joan Lunden's Fight

October 25, 2017

Three years ago, Joan Lunden told the world she had breast cancer. Tonight, she shares the details of her battle, her survival and her new campaign, "At Home with Joan."

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Look to the Start: Joan Lunden attends Breast Cancer Research Foundation Annual Symposium

October 25, 2017

Joan Lunden and Hoda Kotb attend the Breast Cancer Research Foundation 2017 Symposium, which raised almost $2.5 Million for breast cancer research.

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New York Live: Catching up with Joan Lunden

October 25, 2017

We sit down with Joan Lunden to talk about her newest breast cancer initiative "At Home With Joan"

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Amgen Selects Joan Lunden for Cancer Campaign

October 24, 2017

Amgen Inc. on Tuesday announced a cancer awareness campaign with Joan Lunden, a breast cancer survivor and award-winning journalist. The Thousand Oaks biotech’s campaign, named At Home with Joan, aims to help cancer patients navigate the risks of chemotherapy. In series of video interviews, Lunden speaks with cancer survivors who were treated with strong chemotherapy, as well as oncology care professionals. The campaign hopes to inspire patients to play an active role on their care team. - San Fernando Valley Business Journal

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Award-Winning Journalist And Cancer Survivor Joan Lunden Partners With Amgen To Launch 'At Home With Joan' To Empower Patients Battling Cancer

October 24, 2017

Unique Campaign Highlights the Importance of Understanding Your Treatment and Building a Support Community, With Advice From Joan Lunden, Cancer Survivors and Healthcare Professionals Campaign Encourages Patients to Advocate for Themselves When Facing Strong Chemotherapy and Associated Risks

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Fox 40: Joan Lunden Shares Her Breast Cancer Story

October 24, 2017

Breast cancer survivor Joan Lunden and Oncology nurse Tina Pryor are chatting with Paul about ways those diagnosed with cancer can go into the situation feeling a sense of empowerment. Joan also tells us about her new project, At Home with Joan.

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Boca Raton Tribune

October 18, 2017

Joan Lunden spoke about the need for women to get mamograms and her own experience with breast cancer of which she is now cancer free at the Go Pink Luncheon at the Boca Resort.

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ONS Foundation’s 5K set for 9/17 at Eastern Greenwich Civic Center

September 4, 2017

Greenwich Time Quoted Joan Lunden: “I’m so proud of my twins [Max and Kate],” Lunden said, “for taking a lead in the prescription drug take-back program... The opioid epidemic is a huge problem in our country right now and I truly believe that to tackle this problem, we need to start at home.”

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Greenwich twins bring message of addiction to their WMS peers

August 23, 2017

So proud of my Max and Kate who did a school project about the opioid epidemic in our country and its impact on our community. They took it into the public arena with their first ever newspaper interview in the Greenwich Time!

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The Importance of Listening to the Patient's Voice in Oncology Care

August 10, 2017

The Oncology Times covers the Turning the Tide Against Cancer Through Sustained Medical Innovation 2017 Conference in Washington D.C. in June. The conference speakers, including Joan Lunden, have found that fully incorporating the patient's voice at all stages of the cancer journey is becoming increasingly important in the fight against the disease.

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The Crowd: Joan Lunden shares her survival story at Hoag Family Cancer Institute’s 30th anniversary

June 15, 2017

Joan Lunden addressed a sold-out audience for the 30th anniversary gathering of Circle 1000 supporting the Hoag Family Cancer Institute on May 2, 2017. Lunden went on at length sharing with her audience facts pertaining the significance of breast density as it relates to women’s overall breast health and the treatment of breast cancer if and when diagnosed. Read more here.

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The Crowd: Joan Lunden shares her survival story at Hoag Family Cancer Institute’s 30th anniversary

June 15, 2017

Joan Lunden addressed a sold-out audience for the 30th anniversary gathering of Circle 1000 supporting the Hoag Family Cancer Institute on May 2, 2017. Lunden went on at length sharing with her audience facts pertaining the significance of breast density as it relates to women’s overall breast health and the treatment of breast cancer if and when diagnosed. Read more here.

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