ABCF is a nonprofit organization whose purposes are to provide support and information by trained peer volunteers via the Breast Cancer Helpline, to help educate the public on the importance of early detection and breast self-exam, and to participate in community outreach programs.
The mission of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation® is to achieve prevention and a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime by providing critical funding for innovative clinical and translational research at leading medical centers worldwide, and increasing public awareness about good breast health. A minimum of 85 cents of every dollar goes to research and awareness programs.
BCN features up-to-date breast cancer-related news and links to organizations and sites of interest to women affected by breast cancer. You can also register to receive a free e-mail newsletter, which comes out nearly every day, to alert you to breast cancer news stories.
Breastcancer.org is a nonprofit organization for breast cancer education. The site contains medical information, research news, a celebrity talking dictionary, pictures of breast cancer, discussion boards, open chat rooms and more.
An online support community where those touched by breast cancer can share their experiences. All stories are searchable by location, age, type of breast cancer and type of treatment.
Cancer101's mission is to empower patients and those affected by breast cancer to take control of their diagnosis by providing them with the necessary armor they need to fight this disease: organizational tools and resources that meet their individual needs. They meet patients on the front line and turn what is often a chaotic experience into a calm plan of attack.
Cars 4 Causes has partnered with LBBC. Cars 4 Causes specializes in car donations, and your donation through Cars 4 Causes will help raise money for LBBC.
The mission of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation is to eradicate breast cancer and improve the quality of women's health through innovative research, education and advocacy.
A blog about the challenges of living with breast cancer written by Hester H Schnipper, a member of LBBC's Medical Advisory Board, experienced oncology social worker who has been affected by breast cancer twice.
The Pink-Link Breast Cancer Support Network provides valuable community and support resources for breast cancer patients and survivors, as well as the family, friends, medical community, and other caretakers of breast cancer patients and survivors.
This breast cancer survivorship nonprofit organization provides education tools for people with breast cancer and the cancer professionals and primary care providers who care for them. Use the organization's virtual library to search for collections of research articles.
SHARE offers peer-led support to those affected by breast or ovarian cancer. Services include hotlines in English and Spanish, with capacity in 12 other languages; support groups; wellness programs; educational meetings; and advocacy activities.
The mission of Susan G. Komen is to save lives and to end breast cancer forever. The organization offers education, supports breast cancer research, provides grants for financial and emotional assistance, and advocates for better breast cancer policy.
TheBreastCareSite.com was developed to address the general needs of all who have been touched by breast cancer, including newly diagnosed patients and those treated for breast cancer, as well as their friends, family members and coworkers. Their mission focuses on providing those affected by breast cancer with accurate information about everything from post-surgery options and products to information about insurance and intimacy issues.