At Cancer’s Margins: Sexual and Gender Marginality in Cancer Health and Experiences of Care is a webinar that examines the resiliencies, biographical transitions, knowledge-seeking, and marginalization of gender and sexual minorities throughout their experiences as breast cancer patients. In addition to presenting research and stories, the webinar includes recommendations for improving breast cancer care.
Health justice demands healthcare that is inclusive, respectful, compassionate, and evidence based. For 28 years, as a radical breast cancer organization, we have challenged the highly sexualized and gendered narratives that dominate mainstream pink ribbon culture and erase the experiences of too many people affected by breast cancer.
Our presenters are:
Our presenters discuss the evidence and stories of how gender and sexual minority breast cancer patients experience resiliencies, biographical transitions, support networks, knowledge-seeking, and marginalization. They also outline recommendations for how to better serve gender and sexual minority breast cancer patients in order to improve their healthcare experiences and health outcomes.
**Please note that we experienced some technical difficulties during this webinar that impacted the progression of some of the slides during the presentation. The technical issue does not affect the audio. We appreciate your understanding and hope you enjoy the webinar.**