Benign Breast Conditions. Susan G. Komen
Non-Cancerous Breast Conditions. American Cancer Society
Breastfeeding Initiatives American Academy of Pediatrics
Where We Stand: Breastfeeding American Academy of Pediatrics
Breastfeeding FAQs Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Breastfeeding Resources La Leche League
Breastfeeding State Laws National Conference of State Legislatures
Medications and Mothers’ Milk Online (MMM Online)
Guide to Breast Cancer. American Society of Clinical Oncology patient site
Obesity and Cancer: A Guide for Oncology Providers (PDF) American Society of Clinical Oncology
Cancer Screening Tests Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Cancer Staging Guide National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)
Breast Cancer In-Depth Report The New York Times
Supporting a Friend Who Has Cancer Cancer.net
Talking with Children About a Loved One’s Cancer (PDF) University of Michigan Health System
Metastatic Breast Cancer SHARE Cancer Support
BreastCancer.org – Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial Search Metastatic breast cancer patients can search for clinical trials
MBCN.org: 10 years 10 year survivors of metastatic breast cancer tell their stories.
METAvivor.org Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness, Research and Support
Regrounding.me Regrounding of Chemo, Cancer and Facing Life Head-on
StoryHalfTold.com A focus on metastatic disease.
Body Image and Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer Care
BreastCancerTrials.org – Based at UCSF, has a nationwide search function for locating clinical trials for which you might be eligible.
DCISoptions.org – A website describing the COMET (Comparison of Operative to Monitoring and Endocrine Therapy) clinical trial: A DCIS study.
NIH National Cancer Institute – Information about deciding to participate in clinical trials and links to information about current clinical trials.
Dana Farber Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Genetics and Prevention – Providing Information regarding familial cancers.
Familial Ovarian Cancer Registry – Providing Information on the warning signs of cancer, diagnostic tests, and family history. Sponsored by Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
FORCE (Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered) – Fighting hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Hereditary Cancer Center at Creighton University – Studying family-linked cancer; providing counseling and information on clinical trials and cancer and hereditary factors.
American Indian/Alaska Native Cancer Information Resource Center and Learning Exchange (Native CIRCLE) – A resource center providing culturally appropriate cancer, diabetes, and health and wellness materials.
Indian Health Service – Frequently Asked Questions that provide information about the Federal health program for American Indians and Alaska Natives, such as who is eligible to receive care within the system, how to locate a nearby IHS facility, and much more.
Breast Reconstruction. Susan G. Komen
Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy. National Cancer Institute
Breast Reconstruction: Helping You Become Whole Again. American Society of Plastic Surgeons
What Will My Breasts Look Like After a Lumpectomy?. Dartmouth–Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center Comprehensive Breast Program
ACS Lymphedema: What everyone woman with breast cancer should know American Cancer Society
Breast lymphedema Providence Health & Services
Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LERN) Our Vision is a world without lymphatic disease and lymphedema
MSKCC Common Questions about breast cancer-related lymphedema Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Coping: Feelings and Cancer National Cancer Institute
How to Cope with High-Dose Chemo and Radiation Therapy Side Effects Cleveland Clinic
Breast Tissue Density DenseBreast-info, Inc.