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I've found that in life after a cancer diagnosis, there are many great resources that can help you learn how to thrive. If you're looking for support, education, or community, then these organizations are a great place to start.


Harnessing the resources available to you can help you find ways to balance your mind, live in harmony with your body, and embrace life to the fullest. Here is a list of resources for people with cancer that I'd personally recommend:

American Cancer Society


Another excellent site providing lots of information vetted by the American Society of Clinical Oncology

Cancer.Net | Oncologist-approved cancer information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology

Casting for Recovery

This is an organization with the following mission:

"The mission of Casting for Recovery is to enhance the lives of women with breast cancer by connecting them to each other and nature through the therapeutic sport of fly fishing." Casting for Recovery

Lanier Law Firm

"Established in 1990, Lanier Law Firm is a leading authority in asbestos law. Our attorneys have co-chaired and played major leading roles in national conferences that educate judges and attorneys about asbestos, mesothelioma cases, and the legal rights of victims. Our peers recognize our authority because of our consistently successful results on behalf of our deserving clients." This firm offers clinician reviewed information to treat mesothelioma.  

Mesothelioma Treatment - The Lanier Law Firm

National Ovarian Cancer Coalition

If you received a diagnosis of ovarian cancer, this is the organization that will support you. From financial assistance to finding a local support group, this organization is there for you.

Tucson Cancer Conquerors

A local Tucson group focusing on wellness and being proactive after a cancer diagnosis. They offer fitness classes, gardening, and other fun events throughout the year.

Yoga with Leona

Yoga with Leona provides videos of yoga tutorials and education on how yoga helps women with breast cancer recover and heal. Yoga may be considered a compliment to your current treatment plan or help once treatment is complete. You can either purchase single videos or pay for a membership. Additionally, Yoga with Leona offers complimentary mini-videos. 

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