CBCN has launched a new feature on its Twitter feed and Facebook page: the Video of the Week. View inspiring personal stories, clinical information and lots more!
Check out this beautiful documentary, "The Light that Shines", about a metastatic breast cancer patient who was given the chance of a lifetime to do a photo shoot in Paris, France!
To nominate an online video for Video of the Week, e-mail Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Genetic and Familial Risk – Canadian Resource Guide
In light of Angelina Jolie’s announcement the CBCN has prepared a resource guide for Canadian women who have questions or are looking for more information about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and the BRCA gene mutation. We have outlined the best online resources available at a national and provincial level to help answer your questions from what HBOC is to how the genetic testing process works.
To access the Canadian Resource Guide, click here. To read Angelina Jolie’s, ‘My Medical Choice’, click here.
May 24-26, 2013: Volunteer Training Workshop
Willow offers workshops throughout Canada that provide breast cancer survivors and high risk women with the tools they need to start and sustain community-based peer support: both through support groups and in one-on-one situations.