The following web sites are those I've found to be most helpful and inspiring during my own journey. The links are listed in alphabetical order, not in order of preference. I hope you will take time to browse through them all!
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Known among the cancer survivor community to be one of the best breast cancer informational sites.
Good resources of financial relief for those going struggling financially through cancer treatment in the indianapolis area.
Casting for Recovery is a national non-profit support and educational program for breast cancer survivors. The program enhances 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...
In 2003, 31-year-old actress/photographer Kris Carr was diagnosed with a rare and incurable cancer. Weeks later she began filming her story. Taking a seemingly tragic situation and turning it into a creative expression, Kris shares her inspirational story of survival with courage, strength, and lots of humor.
Fingerprints of Grace is a ministry that was created to offer a personal and senstive photo session for families experiencing a significant trial, whether it be early infant loss or a parent or child facing a life-threatening condition.
As the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists, the Susan G. Komen Foundation is working to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.
Lindi Skin products are intended to help individuals feel better, both physically and emotionally and gain a greater degree of control over the side effects they experience during radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
Lotsa Helping Hands can help you or someone you love to easily organize family members, friends, and others during times of medical crisis, family caregiver exhaustion, or when caring for an aging loved one.
The Sharon L. Bassett Foundation helps families in Illinois and Indiana that are living with breast cancer. The Foundation began as a small fund in 2001 to honor an amazing woman who, while battling breast cancer herself, stopped at nothing to help others...
The Cancer Club, based in Minneapolis, MN, was created by Christine Clifford in 1995 in response to her diagnosis of Stage III metastatic breast cancer at the age of 40 in 1994. Christine, whose mother died of breast cancer at 42, found during her own treatments that while family and friends were supportive, noone ever gave her anything to make her laugh. Needing a lift, Christine began to search for signs of humor in herself and her predicament. She found them daily. The more she laughed, the stronger she grew, and The Cancer Club was born.
The Vera Bradley Foundation raises money for breast cancer research. Visit this web site for more information about what they do, read the inspirational story of their Development Ambassador Heidi Floyd, and find numerous links to other cancer information sites.