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Support for You
Breast cancer can be scary and confusing, both for those diagnosed and for their friends and family. It’s important to have a strong support network to help with the physical and emotional demands of the disease. Remember, you are not alone. There are many support services available to assist you on this journey, including:
- 1-877 GO KOMEN, a free breast care helpline offering professional support services to anyone with breast health and breast cancer concerns, including breast cancer patients and their families.
- The Co-Survivor section of Komen’s national website, where friends and family members can share tips and advice, and read personal stories from others who have been in similar situations.
- The Support section of Komen’s national website where family, friends and others can find helpful ways as you go through diagnosis, treatment and beyond. You will find information on the physical and emotional support you may need.
- BreastCancerTrials.org was developed specifically for women and men interested in breast cancer trials and is a non-profit service that is dedicated to providing accurate information about breast cancer clinical trials.
- Information for Specific Populations - This page on Komen's national website provides lots of great information.
- Interactive Treatment Navigation Tool – For those newly diagnosed, this tool gives an overview of common breast cancer treatment plans in a non-overwhelming and interactive way.
- Komen Clinical Trial Education Campaign- This page will empower people with trustworthy, accurate, current and evidence-based information to dispel the myths and increase awareness of breast cancer clinical trials, as well as, emphasize Komen's involvement in and support of clinical trials.
- Message Boards – The Komen Message Boards is a forum managed for and by breast cancer survivors and is for anyone affected by breast cancer.
- National Financial Assistance – This page on Komen's national website provides lots of programs and helpful resources.
- National Psychosocial Support – There are many types of support for a person with breast cancer and the co-survivor. You can read more about support and support resources on this page.
- Online Resources for Men - Men can get breast cancer. Check out these online resources.
- Support Groups for Men - Susan G. Komen offers free, 12-week telephone support groups for men. These groups provide a safe place for men to discuss the challenges of breast cancer, get information and exchange support.
Komen's National Resources Quick Link: The Who, What, Where, When and Sometimes Why - Click Here
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