Christians Overcoming Cancer is a faith-based, non-profit organization passionate about helping Central Ohio cancer patients SUCCEED on their ROAD TO RECOVERY through Awareness, Emotional Support and Financial Relief.
We strive to educate low-to-moderate income men and women, especially those aged 18-45 in Central Ohio, of the importance of performing monthly self exams, early detection, seeking treatment immediately and gaining awareness.
We are an information resource for those who have been diagnosed with cancer or for those who provide support for a family member or friend while in treatment.
We support those diagnosed, through individual and group contact, with a 24 hour support network of individuals from various walks of life, willing to listen, attend treatment and help them understand the battle they face.
We offer various solutions to financial challenges individuals in treatment face as a result of seeking treatment or providing care for a family member.
We “Never Give Up”
Bikers Fighting Cancer, established in 2002 with seven founding members, has grown yearly and has set a goal to double our membership by the end of this year. We are proud to say that all members are unpaid and we donate our time and efforts to forward the cause to help children with cancer. We invite all like-minded individuals to join our group.
We will welcome you with open arms, as would the children.
Baldies Blog is a personal account of manuevering the health care system in search of life with Hodgkin's lymphoma. It includes a list of free resources for patients and family members, as well as links to other blogs by people in similar situations. Baldies blog uses my perspective as a health professional (I'm a registered nurse) and as a patient to explain the feelings and trials associated with healing.
This fabulous website was designed by the amazing Kris Carr who is the author of "Crazy Sexy Cancer Tips" and "Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor". She also created a documentry called "Crazy Sexy Cancer" as she couragiously tells her story of what it is like to be diagnosed at age 31 with a rare, incurable liver cancer. Kris has been living with her cancer for six years now and her positive attitude and sense of humor has helped so many women (and dudes) find a sense of what means to really live.
A social website made by survivors, for survivors. "From the point of diagnosis, you're a survivor."
I'm a 21 year Brain Tumor survivor, and this is a social site I made for survivors (remember once your diagnosed, your a survivor) like me. And much like here, the goal is to bring people who've been through traumatic experiences together. For us to have a voice, an identity, an outlet if you will where we can support eachother through our experiences. Having cancer, or any traumatic illness isn't an easy road, but we have to make the best of it and support eachother.
Information for survivors of childhood cancer,supported by The National Children's Cancer Society.
resource for young adult cancer survivors