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Here is another list of some great cancer resources, not limited to breast cancer.
A resource for working women with cancer.
Doctor-approved cancer information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
American Cancer Society website providing comprehensive information on all types of cancer.
Provides free professional help to people with all cancers including counseling, information, and direct financial help.
Government website for the National Cancer Institute.
Fresh daily updates of breaking news and resources on the latest cancer discoveries, research, symptoms and treatments.
Comprehensive guide for all types of cancer, including lists of resources and supports groups.
Expert medical information about chemotherapy, from the website created by Scott Hamilton.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute web site for diagnosis, treatment, prevention and coping with all types of child and adult cancer.
Healthy Steps therapeutic movement program that improves overall wellness, range-of-motion, balance, strength and endurance, as well as emotional well-being and self-image. Especially beneficial for lymphedema patients.
Look Good…Feel Better is a nationwide program helping women undergoing cancer treatment learn how to cope with skin changes and hairloss using skin care products donated by the cosmetic industry.
National Comprehensive Cancer Network — an alliance of the world’s leading cancer centers offering cancer care, research, outcomes analysis and prevention education.
University of Pennsylvania website that has extensive links on all types of cancer.
Oncology Nursing Society website providing cancer information for healthcare providers, people with cancer, and their families and friends.
Using clothing as a means toward wellness, serving as a resource for women with a history of cancer and for their caregivers.
Patients and partners can post private progress reports for family and friends. Site provides a caregivers’ discussion forum and additional resources and support materials.
General Website for the Women’s Cancer Network, a physician-based organization dedicated to all women’s cancers.