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The following sites can provide you with more ways to deal with cancer and supply those you love with information.
The Cancer Really Sucks Phone App
Check out the phone app. Connect with others who are experiencing a cancer diagnosis. Find support, know you are not alone. The app is free to use and can be downloaded from ITunes or the Google Play store. You do need an access code to active the app. Learn more at http://findyourcircle.co/crs/. For 2018 this app is generously sponsored by the Cedar Rapids Area Association of Realtors.
Check out the ebook selection offered through the Gems of Hope, Pages for Hope library program. These books are free to check out. They can be accessed as many times as needed while the Gems subscription for the book(s) is active! To learn more download our information guide. Click now to visit the library!
A hospital-based public service program to help girls and guys between the ages of 13 and 17 deal with the appearance, health, and social side effects of cancer treatment.
1-800-395-LOOK | More Info
For nearly 100 years, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays.
1-800-ACS-2345 | More Info
Additional Recommended Resources:
Combining science with humanity, Cure makes cancer understandable. The subscription is free and includes cancer updates, research and education.
An organization providing hope to cancer patients and their families. Volunteers design cards with inspirational messages, earrings or serenity circles as gifts for patients in treatment in the Cedar Rapids, Iowa area. Lending libraries available.
319-393-9681 | More Info
A partnership of Iowans who work together to conquer cancer. This site has risk and protective factors, cancer information and statewide resources.
The Lance Armstrong Foundation unites, inspires and empowers people affected by cancer.
An annual walk/race held in Cedar Rapids, IA to honor a young woman who lost her battle to breast cancer. Her family has carried on her wishes that uninsured and under-served women have access to mammograms with the money raised from this race.
319-398-6011 | More Info
A federally funded program providing scientifically based, unbiased information to patients, their families and friends, physicians and other health professionals, and the general public about all aspects of cancer.
1-800-4-CANCER | More Info
This foundation funds and supports children’s cancer research and provides information and resources to all those affected by children’s cancer.
St. Luke’s Spirit Fund provides assistance for men and women diagnosed with cancer who are in financial need. The fund provides money for services that are in support of an individual’s ongoing care.
319-558-4867 | More Info
When you click on this page, sponsors will donate money to give free mammograms to women in need.
This organization provides free information, resources, and personal assistance to anyone affected by mesothelioma and asbestos exposure. This includes stages of, causes, symptoms, and life expectancy of mesothelioma cancer.
800-615-2270 | More Info
Recommended Resources through American Cancer Society
- Lance Armstrong
- Stand Up To Cancer
- My Life is Worth It
- St. Baldrick’s Foundation
- Teen Cancer America
- Children Affected By Cancer – The Hope Tree Initiative
- The National Children’s Cancer Society
- Children’s Oncology Group
Cancer is Curable; Cancer is Serious Business.
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