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For patients and their families

The CANSA website has helpful information on treatment of breast cancer, as do the sites of other other national cancer assocations, such as the Australian Cancer Council and the American Cancer Society.

FORCE Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered is a US national organisation with a mission of support, education, advocacy, awareness, and research specific to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.

There are a variety of South African community breast cancer community support organisations, and ways that you can support breast cancer research and services in South Africa.   They include Cancer.ViveReach for RecoveryPinkDrive, and Journey of Hope.

Look Good… Feel Better helps women facing cancer to overcome appearance related side affects of their treatment.

Ken Pope’s pyschological interventions for cancer are invaluable to those living with cancer, and their loved ones, who are looking for accessible, trustworthy resources.

 

For health professionals

The National Cancer Institute provide an online Breast Cancer Risk Tool.  It is  a useful measure of individual risk to assist general practitioners in deciding on screening requirements.