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Many people and organizations are ready to help you handle breast cancer, including clinical trials and support groups. Tap into these breast cancer resources.

Finding Help

A breast cancer diagnosis may be overwhelming. This article suggests ways to cope.

Visit WebMD’s breast cancer message board, called “Breast Cancer: Friend to Friend.”

These tips on finding community resources come from the National Cancer Institute and are for people with any type of cancer.


The National Comprehensive Cancer Network is a nonprofit alliance of 21 cancer centers throughout the U.S. that treat all cancers.

Frequently asked questions about breast cancer from MedicineNet. This link takes you to its web site.

An overview of breast cancer from eMedicineHealth. This link takes you to its web site.

Looking for more information? Here is a list of resources on breast cancer.

These links will take you to the web sites of some organizations that can help.

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