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Much to the sadness of the community, this organization closed. more »
- Tacoma, WA
I got a call from these jerks shortly after my wife died of breast cancer. I pledged more than they asked for. When I got their... more »
- Roselle Park, NJ
Sam in Raleigh wrote:
In 1997 my sister was diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer. In 1999 my wife was diagnosed with and treated for breast... more »
- Apex, NC
Jennifer Harris wrote:
This organization is providing wonderful services to men, women and families touched by breast cancer. The staff is all caring,... more »
- Palo Alto, CA
Renees Friends Fund is a great local charity. I like that the funds stay in Colorado for helping cancer patitents with basic... more »
- Florence, CO
Sistahs Surviving Breast Cancer is an awesome organization! Before the founding member Jackie Brown lost her battle with cancer,... more »
- St Petersburg, FL
I have been a member for almost 10 years, President for a little over 3 years. The reason I got involved is simple. All the money... more »
- W Islip, NY
Carol M. wrote:
It has been a true pleasure working with KAB over the years. Knowing that we are educating young people to make healthier choices... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
I am proud to be a member of Pink Ribbon Girls, a local non-profit in the Cincinnati-Dayton area. The monthly Coffee Talks with... more »
- Cincinnati, OH
Katherine McKenney Shea wrote:
I first met this unbiased group in 1996 before my daughter's death from metastatic breast cancer. Their staff provided invaluable... more »
- San Francisco, CA
For women, breast cancer is the second deadliest form of cancer. Today, around 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer, and 85% of these women are not genetically predisposed. In order for them to be diagnosed, they need to have a screening called a mammogram to search for lumps and recognize the symptoms.
When diagnosed with cancer, many feel alone with nowhere to turn as they prepare for their mastectomy. Even with the support of family and friends, talking with someone facing the same problems can be more helpful for healing and wellness.
Cancer support groups and nonprofits such as Susan G. Komen for the Cure or the American Cancer Society can be especially worthwhile for women fighting breast cancer. They may organize breast cancer walks, provide transportation to medical facilities, or any other services to breast cancer survivors and patients. Find out how you can help fight the cause by exploring the breast cancer organizations in your community. Donate or volunteer today!