Often, ovarian cancer goes undiagnosed until a troubling symptom rears its head. For Danette, it was a troubling medical condition that led to her diagnosis...
Lymphoma is a type of blood cancer that develops in the lymph nodes and tissues of the lymphatic system. Read on as we share some key things to know about lymphoma in recognition of Blood Cancer Awareness Month.
Leukemia, a cancer of the blood cells, can occur at any age. Read on as we share key things to know about leukemia in recognition of Blood Cancer Awareness Month, including free educational and support resources.
Cancer survivors in the LGBTQ+ community face unique challenges, and finding social connection and support is essential. Several Cancer Support Community affiliates offer support programming specifically for LGBTQ+ cancer survivors. We share a sampling of those offerings here.
On June 4, the Cancer Support Community brought home an impressive 8 awards from the Spring 2021 Digital Health Awards. Building on past wins, these honors are a testament to our team’s quest to produce the gold standard in patient resources.
At the Cancer Support Community, we believe that community is stronger than cancer. Whether you have personally been affected by cancer or simply want to help others on their survivorship journeys, your support can make a positive difference. Here, we share 5 ways you can take action to help improve life for people impacted by cancer.
May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society estimates that about 24,530 malignant brain and spinal cord tumors will be diagnosed in 2021. Read on to learn about the signs & symptoms of brain cancer, support resources, and more.
Did you know that April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month? Read on for important details about risk factors, treatment, and support resources to help you or your loved one cope with the disease.
The Cancer Support Community is committed to supporting efforts that advance health equity for all. In recognition of National Minority Health Month, we share 6 ways we are working to conquer language barriers in cancer care.
Cancer didn’t stop because of the pandemic, and neither did the Cancer Support Community. Our experienced Helpline staff is here to provide personalized support when and where it is needed most, because community is stronger than cancer.