#BCSM: Breast cancer social media hashtag gives voice to a community

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When they decided to launch a weekly breast cancer chat on Twitter, all breast cancer survivors and advocates Alicia Staley and Jody Schoger had was a hashtag and a dream.1

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Assistant clinical professor of surgery, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California Los Angeles
Matthew Katz
Radiation oncologist, Department of Radiation Medicine, Lowell General Hospital
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