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Videos and Webinar Recordings
|A Father’s Story
|Male Breast Cancer
|A Daughter’s Story
|Hereditary Cancer Risk and What it Means for You and Your Family
Let’s Talk About Men: Hereditary Cancer Facts and Figures
|CHEK2: Bob’s Story
Stories from Men and Families
When Marlene was shockingly diagnosed with stage III breast cancer in the Spring of 2016, our…
Running the #unitednychalf is unlike any other as you race down New York streets and over bridges…
Life was already hard. The pandemic made sure of that. In addition to losing my job, I was…
At the age of 47, I learned I have the BRCA1 genetic mutation. It was a complete fluke that I found…
For Men’s Health Awareness Month, Check Your Genes and Reach Out for Support. I Did, and It Has Made a Huge Difference in My Family’s and My Life.
November is Men’s Health Awareness Month, and I hope that sharing my BRCA journey will help…
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Cancer Dudes: Empowering men to thrive after cancer.
Imerman Angels provides peer support to patients, survivors, and caregivers matched by gender and type of cancer
FORCE Inherited mutations in men: Resources related to hereditary prostate, male breast, pancreatic, colon and other cancers in men, including multiple genes associated with hereditary cancer
Prostate Cancer Resources
PanCan: Taking bold action to improve the lives of everyone impacted by pancreatic cancer by advancing scientific research, building community, sharing knowledge and advocating for patients.
Us Too: Raising awareness and providing educational resources and support services to those affected by prostate cancer to help them learn to fight this disease.
AnCan: Advocacy Navigation Support began as a prostate cancer group and has since expanded and provides lots of support and resources to those facing cancer and caregivers as well
Male Breast Cancer Resources
Male Breast Cancer Global Alliance: Our mission is for no man to ever feel alone when hearing the words, “You have breast cancer.”
American Cancer Society: https://www.cancer.org/cancer/
From Breast Cancer.org: https://www.breastcancer.org/
From National Cancer Institute (this one lays it out the clearest in my opinion): https://www.cancer.gov/types/
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