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Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research challenges the status quo to end breast cancer through innovative research and works to improve the lives of people impacted by breast cancer through education and advocacy. Their website includes educational content on breast cancer, menopause and other women's health topics as well as information on their latest research initiatives and collaborations.
SHARE is a national nonprofit organization that supports, educates and empowers women affected by breast, ovarian or metastatic breast cancer, with a special focus on medically underserved communities. Their mission is to connect these women with the unique support of survivors and peers, creating a community where no one has to face breast or ovarian cancer alone.
Sharsheret is a national nonprofit organization that specializes in supporting young women and Jewish families living with, or at increased genetic risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. Their programs serve all women and men and include personalized support and educational outreach.
COLONTOWN is an online community of more than 100 private groups on Facebook for colorectal cancer patients, survivors and care partners. There are separate neighborhoods focused on patients with different stages of disease, the differing types of treatment and special interests.
The International Kidney Cancer Coalition (IKCC) is an independent international network of over 40 patient organizations that focus exclusively, or include a specific focus, on kidney cancer. Based in The Netherlands, the organization was born from a very strong desire among various national kidney cancer patient groups to network, cooperate and share materials, knowledge and experiences around the world.
EGFR Resisters is a grassroots, patient-driven community dedicated exclusively to changing EGFR-positive lung cancer into a manageable, chronic disease. This community of patients and caregivers benefits from sharing knowledge and connecting with others who are experiencing similar journeys. The aim of the EGFR Resisters is to use collaboration to drive important research questions and fund novel research and clinical trials.
GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer is an organization dedicated to saving, extending and improving the lives of those vulnerable, at risk and diagnosed with lung cancer. They work to change the reality of living with lung cancer by addressing stigma, increasing research funding and assisting with access to care.
ALK Positive is a patient-driven organization, dedicated to improving the life expectancy and quality of life of ALK-positive cancer patients worldwide. The ALK Positive Support Group provides information, empathy and support to ALK-positive cancer patients and their caregivers worldwide.
View this brochure to learn more about how prostate cancer affects African Americans and their families.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®) is a not-for-profit alliance of 30 leadingcancer centers devoted to patient care, research, and education. NCCN is dedicated to improving and facilitating quality, effective, efficient, and accessible cancer care so patients can live better lives.
Encourage your loved one to be an active participant in their care.
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Through a health research study, discover the stories of 15 people in the US who are over 65 years old and have AML, most of whom have never taken treatment for AML.
As you look toward the future, learn how to plan for and make important changes in your life, one step at a time.
Wellness is an ongoing, intentional way to live your best life. An exercise specialist shares five tips to support your personal wellness.
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Common cancer treatments may have an effect on your digestive system. Learn strategies to help improve your gut health.
An exercise specialist shares a few simple exercises to help strengthen your muscles and increase your balance.
Physical activity and structured exercise can help increase aerobic capacity, increase muscular strength and overall well-being.
Cancer and its treatment can be stressful. That’s why it’s important to learn some ways to help manage stress.
Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms that people with cancer experience.
A caregiver is someone who’s there for a loved one, providing emotional care and practical help in their time of need.
Physical activity is important for health and wellness. It is also helpful during cancer treatment.
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Cancer treatment may result in nausea and vomiting.
If someone you love was diagnosed with cancer, stepping into the role of a caregiver may have felt natural to you.
When Melissa graduated from college in 2004, she knew she was going home to visit her mother, Leslie, in New Hampshire before starting her nutrition internship in New York City. But she didn't realize just how much their lives were about to change.
It takes a special person to care for others with cancer, whether it's providing treatment or simply being there to listen.
Speak with your doctor and make a plan to keep your check-up appointments.
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Check out these tips to help you meet with your doctor in the comfort of your home.
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Learn more about what to expect and key questions to ask before you go to the doctor.
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Los exámenes de detección del cáncer y los seguimientos no pueden esperar.
Cancer can affect any of us. Discover how we can help support you in living life beyond your diagnosis.
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