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    The American Cancer Society has information on breast cancer and most other types of cancer. This link will take you to the organization’s web site.

    American Cancer Society

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    The Susan G. Komen Foundation supports research and community-based outreach programs related to breast cancer. This link will take you to the web site.

    Susan G. Komen Foundation

    The National Breast Cancer Foundation works to increase breast cancer awareness and to provide mammograms for those in need. This link will take you to its web site.

    National Breast Cancer Foundation

    The National Cancer Institute is part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). Follow the link below.

    National Cancer Institute

    This international nonprofit group is dedicated to the concerns and issues of young women with breast cancer. This link will take you to its web site.

    Young Survival Coalition

    The Intercultural Cancer Council promotes cancer research, policies, programs, and partnerships in racial and ethnic minorities as well as medically underserved groups in the U.S. Go to their website by clicking the link below.

    Intercultural Cancer Council

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