If you are a provider who works with young women dealing with breast cancer, we have resources for you too. Please be sure to check them out, as they range from survivorship trainings to downloadable information you can provide to patients.

National Resources

Cancer Patient Education Network

Members of this professional healthcare organization share experiences and best practices to improve the delivery of education to cancer patients and their families.

Cancer Survivorship Training for Healthcare Professionals

Online and mobile Cancer Survivorship Training (CST) courses teach healthcare professionals about assessment, education, intervention, and coordination of care for issues related to cancer. Healthcare professionals can collaborate through the CST online community.

Focus Under Forty

The Focus Under Forty series, presented by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, is comprised of courses exploring the unique issues and challenges faced by cancer patients under the age of 40.

Journey Forward

Journey Forward offers providers a free tool to help build Survivorship Care Plans for their patients, which typically include information on long-term effects of cancer treatment, a list of support resources, and more. Resources for patients, professionals, and advocacy groups are also listed on the website.

Myriad Genetics, Inc.

Myriad Genetics, Inc. offers the BRACAnalysis test for hereditary and ovarian cancer and an online BRCA Risk Calculator. They offer testing free of charge to uninsured individuals that meet eligibility criteria.

Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Survivors Network

A virtual library on breast cancer survivorship for primary care providers, including literature from all the professional disciplines involved in breast cancer care.

Young Survival Coalition

This site provides resources and tools for providers such as an audio/video library, information on clinical trials, and recent research on young survivors.

Alabama's Young Breast Cancer Survivor Network

Young women with breast cancer face unique issues. And in the South, there are more young women overall facing breast cancer. In Alabama, young African-American women are significantly more likely to suffer from breast cancer.

That is why SurviveAL is here. Part of the Gulf States Young Breast Cancer Survivor Network, SurviveAL's mission is to help improve the quality of life for young breast cancer survivors, as well as their family and friends, by providing continuing resources and support.

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