Individuals who receive abnormal results on their screening tests need support and accurate information in order to make the best choices about follow-up and care. So do those who are diagnosed with breast cancer. Friends and family members are often called upon to help, but may not have the knowledge or skills they need. These community-based programs and services offer assistance and comfort when it is needed most.
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA (Omaha and Lincoln)
My Sister’s Keeper (Omaha)
Please check with your local accredited cancer center for additional supportive services in your community.
Information on local clinical trials is provided by the Nebraska Cancer Research Center.
Produced by the Hastings (Minnesota) Breast Cancer Support Group, this Voices of Hope DVD Series for the Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patient is free for viewing by clicking here. This series is designed to help patients hear from other women who share their stories of love, hope and survival.