About Breast Health
A resource for breast cancer patients or other concerned persons, this excellent site provides general information, an informative FAQ and a portal for people to contact physicians and support groups.
Breast Cancer Network of Strength
Breast Cancer Network of Strength serves women with breast cancer and their families through their national hotline (available 24 hours a day)‚ open-door groups‚ early detection workshops‚ and support programs. Spanish language help available.
(800) 221-2141 (English); (800) 986-9505 (Spanish)
National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations (NABCO)
NABCO provides information about breast cancer and acts as an advocate for the legislative concerns of breast cancer patients and survivors.
National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC)
A grassroots organization dedicated to ending breast cancer through action and advocacy. NBCC works to increase federal funding for breast cancer research, collaborate with the scientific community to implement new models of research, improve access to high quality health care and expand the influence of breast cancer advocates in all aspects of the breast cancer decision-making process.
Sisters Network, Inc.
Seeks to increase local and national attention to the impact that breast cancer has in the African-American community. All chapters are run by breast cancer survivors and receive volunteer assistance.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
A toll-free breast cancer helpline (1-800-I’M AWARE®) is answered by trained volunteers whose lives have been personally touched by breast cancer. Breast health and breast cancer materials are available. Also includes information on Komen Race for the Cure.
(800) IM AWARE (800-462-9273)