Getting a cancer diagnosis is an overwhelming experience. It is perfectly normal to be shocked by the diagnosis, anxious about the future, and confused about the medical information and decisions that need to be made.

Although each person is different and each response to therapy is unique, knowing someone who has been through the same treatment and who may have had similar concerns can be a source of great comfort.

If you would like to speak to someone on a one-on-one basis, you can learn more about our Peer Mentoring Program here.


If you would like to talk to and learn a group of people in a support group, you can find out more about groups in your area here.