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Old 10-07-2006, 12:48 PM   #1
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Arrow Useful Sites for Breast Cancer

Sites I felt would be helpful

Breast Thermography

Caring4Cancer

National Breast Cancer

The Breast Site

Breast-Cancer-Research

Self Exams

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Default Directory of open access journals

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another good non-profit site:

http://www.annieappleseedproject.org/index.html
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Default Another good site...

is breastcancer.org. It helped me navigate thru all the variables of BC, treatments and life 'after' [tho I doubt anyone who's had BC is ever thinking it's all over! - j
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Old 06-29-2007, 01:25 PM   #5
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Default Guide to breast cancer internet resources

If you're looking for breast cancer information and support on the internet please do visit my website
http://www.breastfind.com
It's "A guide to the world’s best and most popular breast cancer websites for information and support ... For those whose lives have been touched by breast cancer, and for their partners, friends, relatives, caregivers and health providers."
It's independent and ad-free and it's there to help you quickly find breast cancer resources on the internet.
Cheers,
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http://www.herceptin.com/herceptin/p...early/work.jsp
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Old 08-02-2007, 05:34 PM   #7
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Also note that there is a new sub-forum at NeuroTalk here which includes Breast Cancer...

Breast/Ovarian/Cervical Cancer Sub-Forum
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Old 08-03-2007, 06:47 AM   #8
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Thanks Lara Didnt know this was tucked away in general health and have moved it our here where it is most needed.
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Lightbulb Hereditary breast/ovarian cancer site

*Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE) is a great source for people with a hereditary version of the disease.*

Another excellent site for ANY cancer, but in my experience Breast/Gynecological Cancer, is MD Anderson *. They have TONs of information and are ranked #1 in the world (or at least country) for cancer treatment/research. After your cancer is treated, they also have a WONDERFUL support team (actually called Supportive Care) that helps with resolving issues caused by the cancer and various treatments (PN, body image, brain fog, more 'unusual' aspects like TOS, etc).

I'm a 5th generation (only the 2nd to survive) BRCA1 survivor. I was 20 weeks pregnant when I was diagnosed

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