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Resources For Young Women Affected By Breast Cancer

1. Young Survival Coalition (YSC): YSC offers a variety of virtual support groups specifically for young women diagnosed with breast cancer. They have online forums, chat rooms, and virtual meetups where young women can connect, share experiences, and receive support.


2. Breastcancer.org: Breastcancer.org has an active online community with discussion boards and chat rooms where young women with breast cancer can connect and support each other. They also offer virtual support groups facilitated by trained moderators.


3. CancerCare: CancerCare provides free, professionally-led online support groups for individuals affected by cancer, including young women with breast cancer. These groups meet regularly via video or phone conferencing and offer a safe space for sharing experiences and receiving emotional support.


4. Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC): LBBC offers virtual support groups for young women diagnosed with breast cancer. These groups provide a supportive environment for sharing experiences, discussing concerns, and receiving guidance from trained facilitators.


5. Sisters Network Inc.: Sisters Network Inc. is a national African American breast cancer survivorship organization. They offer virtual support groups specifically for young African American women with breast cancer. These groups provide a culturally sensitive space for sharing experiences and receiving support.


6. SHARE Cancer Support: SHARE offers virtual support groups for women with breast cancer, including specific groups for young women. These groups provide a supportive environment for sharing experiences, discussing treatment options, and addressing emotional concerns.


7. Cancer Support Community: Cancer Support Community provides virtual support groups for individuals affected by cancer, including young women with breast cancer. These groups offer a supportive space for sharing experiences, discussing treatment-related issues, and receiving emotional support.


8. Bright Pink: Bright Pink offers virtual support groups for young women at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer, as well as those diagnosed with breast cancer. These groups provide a supportive community for sharing experiences, discussing risk reduction strategies, and receiving emotional support.


Remember to check the websites of these organizations for specific information on how to join their virtual support groups and to ensure that the groups are currently active.

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