SEATTLE, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- WHAT: Y-ME's partner in education, HealthTalk - a trusted information source for patients and caregivers facing serious health conditions and a pioneer in patient education, delivering live and Web-based programs on the latest treatments and research news for over 20 years - is hosting a live webcast for breast cancer patients, their families and caregivers. Join in to learn more about: -- New, more effective combination therapies -- More targeted, less invasive treatments -- Oral chemotherapies and other quality-of-life issues -- New ways to help prevent recurrence Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization (Y-ME) - a Chicago- based nonprofit organization - is a premier resource for breast cancer information and services, all provided completely free of charge. Y-ME's mission is to ensure, through information, empowerment and peer support, that no one faces breast cancer alone. Y-ME has the only 24-hour hotline staffed entirely by trained breast cancer survivors who are trained to provide information and support to anyone touched by breast cancer, with interpreters in 150 languages. WHY: Advances in breast cancer treatment and research are rapidly evolving. Join this live program and discover new treatments that may prevent recurrence, provide more targeted and less invasive therapies, and improve your quality of life. Don't miss this opportunity to get your questions answered by leading breast cancer experts who share the latest updates in breast cancer research and what it means for you. Ask your questions during the broadcast! WHO: Thttp://www.healthtalk.com/YME or call toll-free 1-800-234-6080. Participate on the Web or by phone the day of the event! Bonus: Attend online for your chance to win a Y-ME bracelet and one of ten iPod shuffles preloaded with a breast cancer podcast. Register for details. COST: Free for patients, caregivers & medical community NOTES: This Y-ME event is made possible by a grant from Roche. Produced for Y-ME by HealthTalk, an Informed Medical Communications company.
Contact: Sharon Melius Elder of HealthTalk, +1-646-732-1482, or firstname.lastname@example.org.