Newsletters, Blogs & Cancer Toolkits

The internet provides many opportunities to gain support and strategies to live beyond a cancer diagnosis. Cancer patients, as well as family members and their friends of cancer patients, can use online blogs, newsletters and toolkits to understand the journey of living with cancer as well as learn from other cancer patients/survivors. Social support for cancer patients can work as a buffer against the reactions to the emotional and physical stress experience before, during and after a cancer diagnosis.

Newsletters: Stay Current on Cancer

Cancer Care’s free monthly newsletter and email alerts – (External Link)

Cancer Prevention Works by the CDC – (External Link)

Get weekly information on cancer news based on specific cancer type and nutrition – (External Link)

Online Magazine & Newsletters, available by Cancer type. – (External Link)

Learn more about different cancers, cancer myths, and other cancer news – (External Link)

Blogs: Gain Support and Learn from Cancer Patients/Survivors

Beauty through the Beast: focus on beauty and emotional health in the face of breast cancer. – (External Link)

Cancer Prevention Blogs – (External Link)

Cancer Support Community: Learn more about cancer, others cancer journey’s and find support – (External Link)

Cancerwise Blog: Search blogs by cancer topics & disease type – (External Link)

Connect with people who have or had cancer, learn about experiences with treatments, side effects, and lifestyle choices – (External Link)

Doctor-Approved Patient Information: search blogs by cancer risk, prevention, support, family and caregivers and/or living with cancer – (External Link)

LGBT Cancer: gain support through learning more LGBT cancer stories, survivorship, risks, and resources – (External Link)

OncoLink Cancer Blog: Learn more about unique approaches to living with cancer by browsing different segments of blogs on topics such as: cancer & parenting, cooking for chemotherapy, etc. – (External Link)

Our Cancer Blog: A blog for caregivers, family, and friends of cancer patients. A look into how cancer impacts those without the disease. – (External Link)

Share cancer support blog: for women facing ovarian or breast cancer – (External Link)

The Topic is Cancer: Cancer blogs by type from the CDC – (External Link)

Cancer Toolkits: A Collection of Resources and Guides

Cancer Health Check: Answer 11 questions to learn more about your odds against cancer. – (External Link)

Cancer Prevention & Screening in the Workplace: a toolkit to assist workplaces in the promotion of cancer prevention and screening – (External Link)

Cancer Survival Toolbox: A program to help cancer patients at any point in their journeys. – (External Link)

Decision Tools & Resources: get help making decisions about treatment through the use of interactive tools, worksheets, and other resources. – (External Link)

Use interactive tools such as calculators and quizzes to learn more about reducing your cancer risk. – (External Link)

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