Cancer is more than just a physical disease. It affects every aspect of your well-being: physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual.

There is no ‘right’ way to react to a cancer diagnosis. Some patients find it overwhelming, experiencing a lot of difficult feelings and emotions. Others respond by focusing on the practicalities ahead. Every journey is different.

Wherever you are on your journey, we are here for you. We encourage you to be informed. It is natural to want to know more about your disease and treatment and to connect with others. Below is a selection of resources and support groups available. Alternatively, you can always contact us directly. We’ll make sure to get you the support you need.



Cancer journey

American Cancer Society

American Cancer Society

Nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer

National Cancer Institute

National Cancer Institute

U.S. federal government's principal agency for cancer research and training

Cancer Net

The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) patient information website

Support groups

American Cancer Society

American Cancer Society: Patient Programs and Services

Nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer



One on One cancer support community


Find Help

Online network to search and connect to various support services

Drug Education

Chemo care

Chemo Care

Comprehensive resource for cancer patients and their caregivers

Medline Plus

Medline Plus

Online health information resource for patients and their families and friends

Online Information

NIH National Institute on Aging

National Institute on Aging

NIA leads a broad scientific effort to understand the nature of aging and to extend the healthy, active years of life


Thair For You

THair for You

Complimentary wigs for those battling cancer

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