Support Services

Cancer doesn’t have to be isolating and scary.  In this section, you can learn about different support options.  Connecting with a social worker or oncology navigator or meeting someone who has been where you are now through an online community, support group or mentoring program can be super helpful. There are even incredible camps and retreats for when you need to take a break from cancer.  You don’t have to do this alone.

Pregnant & Diagnosed With Cancer?

  If you’re pregnant and diagnosed with cancer, what do you do?  Is it safe to receive chemotherapy?  Could the cancer or the chemo harm the baby?  According to a recent study led by the German Breast Group, pregnant women with cancer might not be putting their babies at risk...


Just for Caregivers….

  How can you be the best caregiver possible? No one expects a loved one to get sick and need looking after.  And when illness strikes, it typically comes out of left field without warning.  While the patient focuses their attention and energy on getting better, a caregiver is left...


GR8 Resources to Help with Testicular Cancer…

Did you know that although testicular cancer is “rare” (accounting for about 1% of all male cancers), it is the most common form of cancer in men ages 15-35? If you’ve been diagnosed with testicular cancer and would like some help figuring out next steps, or if you want to learn how...


What Does Swimming with Sharks & Cancer Have in Common?

One of Alan’s very favorite things to do was to scuba dive.  He loved marine life.  In Tahiti, he swam next to with an 11 foot lemon shark and LOVED it.  So needless to say when I heard about Fin Forward, I got pretty excited. What is Fin Forward? Here’s the...


got Tumors in the Liver? get to know YES! Beat Liver Tumors…

YES! Beat Liver Tumors is the best source I’ve found for information on cutting- edge treatment options, resources & support for anyone diagnosed with either primary liver cancer or has cancerous tumors that have spread to the liver from other cancers such as breast cancer, carcinoid, colorectal cancer, esophageal cancer, melanomas,...


What Next?

Check out WhatNext.com…  it’s an interactive website (and support network) that connects those touched by cancer with peers, experts and organizations that can help give guidance on possible next steps- and its presented in an easy-to-digest format which is KEY and candidly, unusual in the world of cancer.   What can WhatNext.com...


Kickin’ some mASS…

If you are a young adult (ages 15-40) & newly diagnosed with cancer or any sort of tumor or are a loved one of a young adult with tumors, check out mAss Kickers, an amazing resource dedicated to helping serve the young adult cancer community.   What is mAss Kickers? Here’s the...


What’s the Dealio with Cancer Treatment Centers of America?

I’ve learned that for better or worse, when it comes to cancer, things rarely are as they appear to be.  After all, cancer is tricky.  And each person’s cancer is unique to them.  The treatment regimen that works for one person may or may not work for another person.  Test...




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