We started this education and fundraising campaign to address fear as one of the many barriers that may keep people from getting the best care possible. We know we can never remove all of the fears around breast cancer. We know everyone responds to and lives with fear differently. Our goal is to motivate people to courageously and confidently make informed health and life decisions.

Get Involved

Share the facts about breast cancer and breast health found in our toolkit.
Host a fundraising event (make it a Halloween party if you think that will help your friends and loved ones get involved).
Contribute your stories of addressing your own fears of breast cancer (just as no two cancers are alike, there is no one way through it).
Support each other by joining our growing community.

Breastcancer.org’s Mission

Breastcancer.org is a nonprofit organization dedicated to informing and empowering people to protect their breast health and overcome the challenges of breast cancer. For more than 18 years, we have provided expert medical information to millions to help reduce the fears and anxieties associated with a diagnosis by providing the most reliable, complete, and up-to-date information about breast cancer, as well as hosting the largest and most active online breast cancer peer community.

Your Donation’s Impact

Your support funds Breastcancer.org’s educational and support programs. In a moment when many feel overwhelmed by their diagnosis and the critical decisions they have to make about their care, Breastcancer.org is there to answer their most pressing questions about breast cancer and connect them to a supportive peer community when they need it.

To quote Jackie, a Breastcancer.org Community member:
“Whenever I would have a new symptom or a question would pop into my mind, I could always find the answer on Breastcancer.org.”
Your generous support is vital because it helps us deliver on our mission. Every gift counts. Give today in support of the millions who rely and depend on Breastcancer.org, not just this October, but every day.
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People share their stories of fear and courage.
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Chris H.
“If I feel worried or anxiety coming on, I try to distract myself with some activity, playing with my kids, reading a book, playing a brain game, gardening, etc. – staying busy without a lot of time on my hands helps with any anxiety/fears.”
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Stephany A.
“What scares me most is the feeling that it's never truly gone, that is forever lying in wait ready to take up residence in a distant location, threatening your life.”
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Vicky S.
“I conquered fear and moved forward. There was no going back to the safe life that my husband and I once had. Hearing the ‘c-word’ changed us physically, mentality, and emotionally...all for the better.”

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