Personal Stories and photographs of 21 Women ages 27 to 78.. All who had Breast Cancer and had breast Reconstruction...
It's the Bible for Women with Breast Cancer....
Dr Patel, and Florida Hospital, Robotic Program for Prostitectomy.
"Casting for Recovery® (CFR), founded in 1996, is a national non-profit support and educational program for breast cancer survivors. We enhance the lives of breast cancer survivors by offering no-cost retreats tailored to promote and support mental and physical healing through shared experiences and the learning of new skills. At the end of 2008 we have served 3,500 women through the delivery of 269 retreats, helped by over 1,000 volunteers nationwide."
"Casting for Recovery Home." Casting for Recovery. 17 Jul 2009
I had an opportunity to attend a Casting for Recovery Retreat. It was everything wonderful and nothing bad and I would encourage any women breast cancer survivors to at least check this organization out.
This organization is devoted to support and information for thyroid cancer survivors. The website is full of great information and they offer a free informational packet upon request.
The Cancer Project promotes cancer prevention and survival through a better understanding of cancer causes, particularly the link between nutrition and cancer. Through research, education, and advocacy, we are saving lives.
An inspirational web site featuring videos of cancer survivors talking about the day they were diagnosed, how they broke the news to loved ones, and how they found the strength to battle their disease.
Launched by Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Additional videos from treatment center throughout the country will be added in the months to come.
The purpose of the Gynecological Cancer Research Network is to assist the medical community in its investigational (non-clinical) research efforts about gynecological cancer prevention, risk assessment, and early detection. It is our hope to build a network of people who are willing to be called upon whenever the medical community needs participants for investigational studies – to assist them in finding answers more quickly and less expensively, and to make their funding dollars go further. If this model works, it could be used as the prototype for developing similar panels for other diseases, allowing researchers easier, quicker access to hard-to-reach target populations.
In the initial stages, we'll be blogging on topics to gauge interest.