Greetings and thank you for your interest in the breast cancer newsletter. Whether you are newly diagnosed, a long-term survivor, or a friend or family member of someone fighting breast cancer, this newsletter is for you.
Breast cancer does not come in “one size fits all.” Every woman’s story is different and every woman’s needs are different. The common thread, however, is that knowledge is power -- and the Breast Cancer Site is the place to come to be empowered. The more we understand about our diagnosis and our options, the better decisions we can make about our treatment. The more we understand about the physical, emotional and spiritual impact breast cancer has on us or a loved one, the better able we are to navigate to the other side.
It doesn’t take long to reach “information overload” when it comes to breast cancer. The Breast Cancer Site is designed to filter that information for you. By scrolling through the subject links on the main page, you can narrow your search to just the topics that interest you. New content will be posted at least once a week in one of the main categories, and book reviews and website reviews will arrive once a month.
Sign up for the breast cancer newsletter today and you won’t miss a thing! The newsletter will let you know when new articles are up on the main site, what’s happening on our forum (a great place to get information and support), as well as what’s going on in the breast cancer world “out there.” And remember, this newsletter is for you and about you, so let me know what subjects you’d like to have covered – your feedback is so important!
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The Breast Cancer Site has so much to offer all of us on our journey. I am looking forward to bringing new life to this site through informative articles and reviews as well as communicating directly with you in our forum. Please join me in making this the one of the best go-to sites for breast cancer information.