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Organizations for Young Adults affected by Cancer

1. Young Survival Coalition (YSC): YSC offers online support groups specifically for young women diagnosed with breast cancer. They have a private online community where you can connect with others, share experiences, and find support. Visit their website at https://www.youngsurvival.org/ to learn more.


2. CancerCare: CancerCare provides online support groups for individuals affected by cancer, including young women. They offer both general cancer support groups and groups specific to certain types of cancer. You can find more information and join a group at https://www.cancercare.org/support_groups.


3. Stupid Cancer: Stupid Cancer is a nonprofit organization that supports young adults affected by cancer. They offer virtual support groups, webinars, and other resources for young women and men. Visit their website at https://stupidcancer.org/ to explore their offerings.


4. American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society provides an online community called Cancer Survivors Network (CSN), where you can connect with others who have been affected by cancer. They have various discussion boards and groups, including ones specifically for young women. You can access CSN at https://csn.cancer.org/.


Remember to check the specific requirements and guidelines for each support group to ensure they meet your needs.

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