FREE LISTINGS: If you provide free services or information to women with breast, ovarian, or other women’s cancers, you can add your link or information at no charge on the national or state resources page. Please call our national office at 888-386-8048 or submit your request via e-mail.
No cancer patient should ever feel alone, the following sites are available to bring family, friends and loved ones together to provide much needed support.
HealinComfort.com provides links to ‘Free Stuff’ for breast cancer patients. Once you are diagnosed, not only do you have to worry about your health, but also about how you are going to pay for the costs associated with your surgery, treatment, medications, co-pays and more. Thankfully, there are generous people and organizations whose mission it is to make the journey a little easier and take the burden off your wallet.
CaringBridge helps any family going through a health event – not only by letting everyone know what was happening but by bringing that loving, supportive community together. Also offers Support Planner to calendar needs and events that all can help meet.
ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. Learn more About Clinical Studies and About This Site, including relevant History, Policies, and Laws.
Cure Forward helps patients access and use scientific test data to find insights and options that may shape their care. Your cancer is unique. Treatment options should be too. You have questions about your cancer. Specific answers are hard to find. Cure Forward puts personalized medicine within reach.
National Online Resources with information on Breast, Ovarian, and other Women’s Cancers list:
Breast Friends is glad to provide the resources on this page, but is not necessarily connected or affiliated with any of the groups or organizations listed.
Breast Friends has compiled a list of local cancer support groups and programs (by state) for women experiencing breast, ovarian, and other women’s cancers.
Breast Friends is glad to provide the resources on the state pages, but is not necessarily connected or affiliated with any of the groups or organizations.
Local support groups can be a great way to get out of the house and talk to others who are sharing the same experience and feelings. Some groups may focus on the needs of the survivor and some the friends and family. We encourage you to visit more than one group, if the first one does not meet your needs. Remember, support groups are as unique as the people who participate in them.
We have assembled a list of recommended books on the subject of cancer, caregiving and other topics related to women and cancer. Breast Friends does not mean to imply the endorsement of any of these books. If you would like to make a recommendation, please e-mail us.