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The Love Research Army, formerly known as the Army of Women, is committed to encouraging and facilitating breast cancer research in all people, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual identity, with or without a breast cancer diagnosis. We combat the disparities that exist in research by challenging the scientific community to launch studies that are as inclusive and diverse as the people that breast cancer affects. We consistently and intentionally recruit members who are willing and excited to participate in breast cancer research. We are committed to thoughtfully engaging over 78,000 supporters by providing them with ongoing, real-time access to an array of studies.

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Open Love Research Army Studies

The following projects are currently open and enrolling volunteers. These studies have been evaluated and approved by the research team at Dr. Susan Love Foundation and members of our external Scientific Advisory Committee, comprised of researchers, clinicians, and advocates.

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Breast Cancer Treatment in Women with PALB2 Mutations
Breast Cancer Treatment in Women with PALB2 Mutations

Researcher Kelly Metcalfe, PhD, Women’s College Research Institute, Toronto, ON, Canada Summary Research has shown that people who have inherited a mutation in the PALB2 gene are at increased risk for breast cancer. We have learned a lot about breast cancer that...

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Communication & Companions in Cancer Care
Communication & Companions in Cancer Care

Researcher Kathryn Greene, PhD, Rutgers University; Katie Devine, PhD, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey; Smita Banerjee, PhD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Maria Venetis, PhD, Rutgers University; Danielle Catona, PhD, George Mason University; Maria...

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Predicting Brain Health After Chemotherapy
Predicting Brain Health After Chemotherapy

Researcher Shelli Kesler, PhD, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX Summary We need women with a history of breast cancer who have completed chemotherapy treatment at least 1 month ago and healthy women to help researchers gain a better understanding of the...

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WISDOM Study
WISDOM Study

Researcher Laura Esserman, MD, MBA, University of California, San Francisco, CA and her partners from the Athena Breast Health Network (a collaboration across the five University of California Medical Centers and Sanford Health) Summary Women receive mixed messages...

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Watch Past Study Webinars

The Financial Impact of Pursuing Breast Reconstruction

The Financial Impact of Pursuing Breast Reconstruction

This webinar featured Dr. Nishant Ganesh Kumar from the University of Michigan who discussed the findings from his study titled, "The Financial Impact of Pursuing Breast Reconstruction" which was supported by the Love Research Army.

The Financial Impact of Pursuing Breast Reconstruction

This webinar featured Dr. Nishant Ganesh Kumar from the University of Michigan who discussed the findings from his study titled, "The Financial Impact of Pursuing Breast Reconstruction" which was supported by the Love Research Army.

Male Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Survey

Male Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Survey

This webinar featured Dr. Deanna Attai from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA who discussed the findings from her pilot study titled, "The Male Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Survey," which was supported by the Love Research Army.

Male Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Survey

This webinar featured Dr. Deanna Attai from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA who discussed the findings from her pilot study titled, "The Male Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Survey," which was supported by the Love Research Army.

Love Research Army

We combat the disparities that exist in research by challenging the scientific community to launch studies that are as inclusive and diverse as the people that breast cancer affects.

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