Breast Health Resources on the Internet

  • Sister Study

    The Sister Study is the only long-term study of women aged 35 to 74 whose sister had breast cancer. It is a national study to learn how environment and genes affect the chances of getting breast cancer.

  • http://www.sanofi.us/l/us/en/index.jsp

    Online support for patients living with breast cancer.

  • http://www.breastcancer.org/

    A nonprofit organization for breast cancer education.

  • http://www.imaginis.com/

    The breast health specialists and information and support for survivors.

  • http://www.nabco.org/

    National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations (NABCO) founded in 1986; NABCO is the leading non-profit information & education resource on breast cancer in the U.S.

  • https://www.malebreastcancer.org/ 

    A site created to guide to you information on male breast cancer.

  • http://www.abcdbreastcancersupport.org/

    Provides a 24-hour hotline for support and educational services with a toll-free number and access to other available resource sites.

  • http://ww5.komen.org/

    The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation providing information for patients, survivors and affiliates.

  • http://www.thebreastcaresite.com/

    A site provided for survivors and newly diagnosed individuals.

  • http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/

    A site that will link you to information on cancer myths, early detection, questions, signs and symptoms.

  • http://www.centerforrestoration.com/

    The site's goal is to provide information, consultation, and care for women considering reconstruction of their breasts.

  • http://www.cancer.org

    The American Cancer Society’s web site.

  • http://www.breastcancercare.org

    Offer news on professional resources, breast health, and also "What's new?"

  • http://www.avonbreastcare.org

    The Avon Foundation Breast Care Fund was created by Avon to reach the women most in need of breast cancer screening and treatment services.

  • http://www.lotsahelpinghands.com

    This site allows a pt, or caregiver, to set up a listing of what the family's needs are (meals, transportation, childcare, grocery shopping, errands, etc). One friend or family member acts as "coordinator", providing friends and family with the password to log onto to the pts particular page that shows the calendar with the tasks listed. Friends and family can then review the needs and "sign up" for whatever they choose. If this works, it should reduce the number of phone calls to the husband/wife/children, and will ensure that people are providing the services that are most needed by the family. The coordinator can also add/remove tasks as needed. And, once signed up friends and family can even receive automatic confirmations and reminders of their commitments.

    The wife of the man who started the site died of ovarian cancer, and she was very active in the community. He was confronted each day with 15+ phone calls to return from people asking what they could do, and on many days came home to much more food then the family could consume. He found it awkward to ask for assistance over the long course of her treatment, even though people were willing to help. So, he set up this site to coordinate the assistance and eliminate some of the discomfort in both giving and receiving help.

  • http://womenshealth.about.com/cs/breasthealth/

    Breast health information

  • http://www.susanlovemd.com

    The web site for women. Dr. Susan Love, MD Breast Cancer Research Foundation, this site also includes women who have shared their stories and other fundamental information.

  • www.dnai.com/~ptkelly

    Cancer risk assessment and counseling

  • http://www.4woman.org

    The National Woman's Health Information Center, sponsored by the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The web site was linked from Harvard Pilgrim Health.

  • http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/population-health/bcp/

    Maine Breast and Cervical Health Program. A web site designed to provide you with information on how to receive free mammograms, pap smears and limited diagnostic or follow-up services. Women undergoing treatment for breast or cervical cancer may qualify for Maine Care. Please call 1-800-350-5180 for more information and to see if you qualify.

  • http://www.cancercare.org

    This site provides information on the AvonCares Program which provides financial assistance and education and emotional support to low income, under- and uninsured, underserved women throughout the country.

  • https://castingforrecovery.org/

    A national non-profit, support & educational program for women who have or have had breast cancer. Weekend retreats offered focus on wellness and provide key resources on issues surrounding breast cancer. The weekend retreats incorporate counseling, educational services and the sport of fly-fishing to promote mental and physical healing.

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