Breast Cancer Organizations
Federally funded by the CDC. Offers free or low-cost breast and cervical cancer screening to eligible women.
A breast cancer advocacy organization.
Provides a national toll-free hotline staffed by breast cancer survivors.
A resource for working women with cancer.
Provides fly-fishing retreats for women who have or have had breast cancer.
Provides a free monthly cleaning service to women currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer.
A breast cancer awareness and education program that offers a portable photo exhibit of breast cancer survivors.
For women with an increased risk of cancer due to family history and genetic status and for families that carry a BRCA mutation.
The only cancer research organization specifically targeting IBC.
Provides information and support for women affected by breast cancer.
Advocate-led alliance of organizations and individuals who increase awareness and education about the disease and advancing policy and research specifically focused on metastasis.
A national independent advocacy group of and for people with metastatic breast cancer.
The nation’s largest breast cancer advocacy organization.
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Provides information about options for end-of-life services and care.
Education, referrals, and guidance for lymphedema patients.
Can provide a referral to a genetic counselor in your area if you are interested in exploring BRCA1/BRCA2 testing.
Provides community and support resources for women currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
Information about breast cancer and its treatment.
Addresses the unique concerns of young Jewish women facing breast cancer.
Provides breast cancer education, information, and support for African American women.
Triage Cancer provides access to information about all types of cancer survivorship issues including healthcare, legal rights, and finances.
This organization is igniting interest in the study of triple-negative breast cancer among researchers, physicians, educators, and scientists. They also provide discussion forums and educational programs for women with this tumor type.
Young women united against breast cancer.