The American Cancer Society Can Help
If you have been touched by cancer, your American Cancer Society is here to help. We want to make sure you know about the rich resources provided by your American Cancer Society.
Find medical information, treatment decision tools, news updates, and support resources. You can also read about survivors’ experiences, find hope, and inspire others. Learn more about cancer here.
You can also find these online communities of support:
WhatNext is an online network developed in part with the American Cancer Society to help cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers gain firsthand insight into living with cancer and connect with others facing a similar diagnosis.
Circle Of Sharing™ crafts tailored information in a Personal Health Record that includes sharing and links to all cancer.org resources.
Cancer Survivors NetworkSM is an online community where those who are touched by cancer can express feelings, share experiences, and support one another.
If someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, you may find yourself taking on new, unfamiliar responsibilities as you help them through their treatment and recovery. Taking care of a person with cancer is an important, and sometimes difficult, job. In this section, you’ll find information and resources to make it easier. For more information, click here.
Your doctor and health care team are there to help you learn about your cancer, how it should be treated, and what decisions you need to make. But you may also have needs and questions that your doctor and health care team can’t always help you answer. When that happens, the American Cancer Society can help.
Find out how the American Cancer Society helps cancer survivors and their families. For more information, click here.
Once you finish your cancer treatment, you may find you have different needs and interests than when you were first dealing with your diagnosis. Get details about what to expect after treatment, information and support for dealing with lingering side effects, and tips for staying healthy in the long term. For more information, click here.
You can help make a difference in the fight against cancer! Volunteer for events, talk to your legislators, and donate to your American Cancer Society. Find out how you can save lives and fulfill your own. For more information, click here.
Whether you’re helping your family stay well, finding the best resources to help a friend or loved one deal with a diagnosis on their journey to get well, or becoming active in your local community to fight back and find cures for this disease, together we can help make sure that cancer never steals another year of anyone’s life. Join people around the globe who are passionately committed to making a world with less cancer and more birthdays a reality! For more information, click here.