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Breast Cancer Guide & Resources

Find powerful resources for support, education and encouragement to become an advocate for your own health. These resources are intended for those diagnosed, as well as healthcare professional supporters.

Educational Materials

Take control of your health and be an advocate for young women with these educational resources.

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Well Spouse Association

The Well Spouse Association supports partners of chronically iII or disabled patients. Their website contains information about...

Whole Lotta LIFE Foundation

Whole Lotta LIFE Foundation provides community and support for 20-45 year old kiwis diagnosed with cancer.

Women's Personal Health

Women's Personal Health offers a comprehensive selection of products, including mastectomy bras, mastectomy prosthetics, breast forms,...

Worth the Wait

Worth the Wait works to ease the burden of pursuing parenthood for young adult cancer survivors by providing financial support for...

You Can Thrive

You Can Thrive provides effective long-term survivorship tools for breast cancer survivors.

Young Breast Cancer Survivor Program

Young adults with breast cancer are defined as adults who are diagnosed with breast cancer when they are under the age of 45. For these...

Your Guide to the Breast Cancer Pathology Report

This guide is an on-the-go reference booklet you can fill out with your doctor or nurse. It helps a patient understand what their pathology...

Your Ticket to Work

Your Ticket to Work is a federally-funded employee beneficiary program that provides adults who are eligible for SSI or SSDI access to the...

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