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Connect to Your Free, Online Cancer Community

Meet others like you and create a private support network among family & friends.

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We Believe That Community Is Stronger Than Cancer

MyLifeLine® is here to help you easily connect to your community to reduce stress, anxiety, and isolation — and to transform your cancer experience. Our online community includes patients, survivors, caregivers, and loved ones impacted by cancer.

How It Works

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Duration: 2 min

Welcome to MyLifeLine

MyLifeLine easily connects cancer patients and caregivers with friends and family to reduce stress, anxiety and isolation. By creating your own private website, our goal is to help you find hope, regain control, document your journey, and receive social, emotional, and practical support from friends and family throughout the treatment process and beyond.


Verify Your Email or Phone Number

Sign up with your email or phone number and follow the instructions to create your personal network or follow a discussion forum.


Create Your Password

Our site is private, so you know that you can feel secure sharing your personal story with other MyLifeLine community members.


Tell Us About You

Answer a few questions about yourself. Then we will suggest a personalized path on the platform to help you get started quickly and keep you informed with info just for you.


Connect to Your Community

Whether it is on your personal portal, on the discussion forum, or both, begin sharing your individual experiences with your online community.

MyLifeLine forums

Connect to Others Like You

Share your unique cancer experiences, and get support and advice from people who understand what you are going through. Learn from others who have been through similar challenges. Our discussion forums are moderated by licensed mental health professionals and are available 24/7.

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MyLifeLine Friends and Family site features

Join Your Friends & Family Together

By creating your own personal network, you can invite your family and friends who care about you most to help you regain control, follow your journey, and provide social, emotional, and practical support throughout your treatment process and beyond. Find hope and resilience.

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Voices of Our Members

Hear from others like you who are navigating cancer.


Breast cancer survivor

"I am so grateful that MyLifeLine has been with me every step of the way."

Read Amber's Story


Ovarian cancer survivor

"MyLifeLine gives patients a way to easily connect with loved ones for social, emotional, and practical support."

Read Marcia's Story


Breast cancer survivor

"Writing has personally helped me process my experience in a very therapeutic way; throughout my journey, it allowed me to pour out all of my emotions on paper."

Read Evelina's Story

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I join MyLifeLine?More than 25,000 people actively use Cancer Support Community’s private support platform to help navigate their cancer journey every year. Our online community includes patients, survivors, caregivers, family, and loved ones impacted by cancer. It is a safe space for you to create genuine connections with others impacted by cancer to reduce stress, anxiety, and isolation.
How do I register for MyLifeLine?
  • Begin by entering your email address or phone number, then click the red ‘Submit’ button.
  • Check your inbox for an email sent from [email protected], with the subject line “Verify Your Account”. Click on the button in this email to complete authorization.

Or if you register using your phone number, you will be texted a 6-digit code to enter on the site.

  • Next, create a password. If you ever forget your password, there is a link on the login page to reset it.
  • Fill out a quick information form with some basic information and your personal preferences.
  • That’s it! Now you will go directly to MyLifeLine Home and can begin connecting with your community
Do I need to join a discussion forum and create a personal network site?While you are welcome to do both, MyLifeLine.org does not require you to do either. You are free to join our discussion forum to reach out to others like you. You do not need to create a personal site to do that.

Or if you just want to connect your personal network together to simplify your experience and receive emotional and logistical support from your loved ones, you can create a personal site. As well, you can change your mind in the future should your needs change as you move through your unique cancer experience.
Is my information private?All information provided to MyLifeLine.org is confidential. The data collected is to provide you with personalized information and resources to help you along your cancer journey. Your information is not used or sold. And demographic data is reviewed in aggregate to ensure the MyLifeLine application is adhering to our mission to ensure that no one — regardless of cancer diagnosis, race, gender, or physical location — faces cancer alone.
Can I create a personal network site for someone else?Yes, you can easily create a site for someone else. First, you will be prompted to fill out your loved one's name and email address. Once completed, you will set up your loved one's site as you would your own.

If they want to log on at any point, they will simply use the same email address that you used in set-up and follow the instructions on the webpage or click on the link emailed to them.

As they log in, they will be prompted with a customized message and registration form to complete with their own preferences. Upon completion of this custom registration, they will be directed back to the login screen. And after logging in, they will be taken directly to their MylifeLine Home page.


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