Resources

FORCE: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered
FORCE: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered is a non-profit organization offering online support and information for women at risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. FORCE has extensive information on genetic testing and a highly active message board of FORCE members.

A note about Pre-vivors. Cancer pre-vivors are individuals who are survivors of a predisposition to cancer but who haven’t had the disease. Pre-vivors is a term created and used by FORCE (Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered), to indicate women who are at high-risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. If you have a family history of early age breast cancer, or ovarian cancer at any age in your family, you may be in this group. For information on this and other risk factors, please visit FORCE (www.facingourrisk.org) today.


Personal Stories

These are the amazing and touching stories of individuals and families who have been affected deeply by the physical and emotional scars of breast and ovarian cancers.

We welcome your personal experiences with breast and ovarian cancer. If you have a blog or Website about your experiences and would like to see it posted here, please send a link to Barbara@annettesangels.net.

From Jacki Donaldon: "This is the story of my journey with breast cancer". This is the opening for Jacki Donaldson`s blog. Simple, straightforward, touching, and REAL - Jacki has one of the best personal story blogs out there. http://www.jackidonaldson.com. Not surprisingly -- Jacki is now a regular contributor to The Cancer Blog. http://www.thecancerblog.com.

From Barbara (one of Annettes Angels)

From Kelly

Majory and Gordon - Breast Cancer Blog. Marjory is a nurse and Gordon is a family doctor. They discovered Majory`s breast cancer in April 2006 and set up this site to share their experiences. Many of the breast cancer Web sites are excellent but there are only a few that describe the day-to-day experiences of the sufferer - and none that we have seen that explore the issues of the sufferer’s partner. This is a deeply moving and very supportive site. http://www.twinkletwinkles.com

MEDIA, BLOGS, AND AROUND THE WEB

http://fasshonaburu.blogspot.com

http://www.shoppingwiththepreppyprincess.blogspot.com (Search Blog for Pink Christmas)

http://www.indiecollective.net/multi-artist-indie-shops

http://urbansocialite.blogspot.com/2006/11/give-twice.html