There are so many resources out there for breast cancer patients and their loved ones. Here are some that we have found most valuable over the years. Please let us know if you have another that should be on these lists.
These resources are suggestions, but are not endorsed by and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Breast Cancer Alliance.
Be Shri Yoga
Be Shri Yoga is a community oriented studio in Old Greenwich offering a nurturing and supportive environment. They offer all levels of classes from yoga basics to advanced and specialty classes, workshops and training.
ComfortSlings soothe under-breast radiation burns/relieve Infra-mammary intertrigo/ease under-breast surgical wounds/even allow mothers hands-free nursing.
SpeciCare brings world-class treatment options to patients, coordinating personalized treatments by using the living tumor tissue of the patient. SpeciCare collaborates with the patient care team and makes functional precision medicine accessible.
StoreMyTumor has been a trusted tumor preservation service for cancer centers worldwide, specializing in collecting, processing, and storing viable tumors. Viable tumors help patients take advantage of leading-edge diagnostics and treatments.
As a survivor of breast cancer, Nancy Kessler has started a new program within Memoirs Plus to help cancer survivors tell their stories. Each year, she will pick 2 survivors to tell their stories by creating an e-book of their memoirs for free.
Theravive is a network of licensed therapists and psychologists committed to helping people receive the best mental health care available. Through building bridges with others, we continually strive to lower mental health stigma.
Tuck is a community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources, featured on The Washington Post, HuffPost, NBC News, CNN, NPR among others.