A nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem.
Coordinates the U.S. National Cancer Program and conducts and supports research, training, health information dissemination, and other activities related to the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer; the supportive care of cancer patients and their families; and cancer survivorship.
NCCN guidelines aim to provide people with cancer and the general public with state-of-the-art cancer treatment information in easy-to-understand language.
Patient information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology includes cancer types, treatments, survivorship, advocacy, resources.
A non-profit organization committed to providing personalized guidance and compassionate support to any adult impacted by cancer. PearlPoint’s cancer supportive services, which complement medical care, are free of charge regardless of location and include:
PearlPoint’s NEW innovative online tool is a one-stop resource for easy-to-understand, reliable information customized for each unique cancer journey.
Online Cancer Library
This collection of cancer resources includes medically reviewed articles and videos on cancer and treatment options, stories from survivors, a glossary, nutrition tips, recipes, and more.
Clinical Trial Information
PearlPoint offers unbiased information on clinical trials, as well as an easy-to-navigate online clinical trial locator.
Nutrition & Diet Consultations
PearlPoint’s registered dietitians offer dietary advice to help combat side effects and maintain well-being during and after cancer treatment.
Cancer Supportive Services PearlPoint’s supportive services team helps connect survivors and co-survivors with undiscovered resources, providing one-on-one guidance and answers for practical and emotional questions.
Offers counseling, assistance, resources and education. They are available to listen and counsel cancer patients and their families at a convenient, welcoming place for individuals, their families and caregivers to come for help through the cancer journey.
Address: 2505 Samaritan Dr, Bldg 400, Suite 402, San Jose, CA 95124
Telephone: (408) 402-6611
Life and health after a cancer diagnosis and once treatment is over.
Provides the latest information about chemotherapy to patients and their families, caregivers and friends. Supplemental information from what you may already have learned from your healthcare professional.
Useful easy-to-read treatment information, as well as supportive information and interactive forums.
Supports people touched by breast cancer through emotional support, providing medical information and practical help as well as complementary therapies.
Phone: (650) 326-6686 or toll free: (888) 222-4401
Developed specifically for people interested in learning about and enrolling in breast cancer clinical trials.
Phone: (415) 476-5777
Devoted to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Educational programs and support resources serve anyone with a BRCA mutation or a family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer.
Phone: (866) 824-RISK (7475)
Committed to increasing local and national attention to the impact that breast cancer has in the African American community.
Phone: (866) 781-1808
A national education and support organization, whose goal it is to improve the quality of life and help patients take an active role in their ongoing recovery or management of breast cancer.
Phone: (888) 753-LBBC
Dedicated to the advancement of detection and effective treatment of triple negative breast cancer through research. Offers online support groups for women with triple negative breast cancer.
Phone: (646) 942-0242