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A great place with with wonderful kind compassionate people very knowledgeable with information more
I have know and have be honored to be a part of this wonderful group of Women and Men. They do so much to help cancer patients... more »
- Anniston, AL
I currently am battling stage 4 metastatic cancer. This organization headed by Hope N. Has been incredible for me both spiritually... more »
- Kingston, NY
I recently joined the Board of Directors for the Ellie Fund, however, my families involvement with this organization started more... more »
- Needham, MA
I am a survivor and a former board member who has seen the pivotal role LBBC makes in the lives of people affected by breast cancer.... more »
- Haverford, PA
Dr Kevin Kavanagh wrote:
Alicia Cole has an emotionally moving and important story to tell regarding the short comings of our healthcare system. She... more »
- Sherman Oaks, CA
Judi Grove is one amazing lady! She is an inspiration to me and so many others, working tirelessly to help raise money and awareness... more »
- Tulsa, OK
I am in awe of this amazing lady, Debbie Cantwell, who started this wonderful nonprofit organization. Her own experience with... more »
- Bellevue, WA
I am so proud to be a part of this experience with breast Cancer can stick it! April is an amazing woman & I support & am honored... more »
- Dallas, TX
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer I was so sure I could get through it without a lot of support. I was SO WRONG. I found... more »
- Tigard, OR
Volunteering for this organization has been a pleasure and I can't wait to see what else they come up with. I love the excitement,... more »
- Rialto, 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!