If you have breast cancer, it’s important that you have access to the support and resources you need to help manage the many aspects of your condition. Beyond the many breast-health resources Evangelical provides, we also offer the following additional resources that you and your loved ones may find helpful.

Are You Dense

This resource explains the importance of understanding your breast density and what to do if you have dense breasts. Women with this condition can be at a higher risk for breast cancer, because dense breast tissue can mask cancer. If you have dense breasts, you may need a breast MRI or full breast ultrasound in addition to your yearly mammogram. The law requires radiologists to include breast density in mammogram results. Visit the site.

Bright Pink

Be Brilliant. Be Bold. Be Bright Pink.
Bright pink is the only national, non-profit organization that focuses on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women and also provides support to high-risk individuals. The Bright Pink website helps to connect women who have cancer with each other as well as with outreach groups. Visit the site.

More Than October

Featuring one woman’s personal story about her breast cancer journey, More Than October encourages women to have routine mammograms and perform monthly breast self-exams. The site provides helpful resources and links to breast cancer patients and their families. Visit the site.

My Support 360

My Support 360 is a website sponsored by Myriad, a genetic-testing company, that offers a proactive approach to health. The site offers a quiz to help you determine if you are at increased risk for breast, ovarian, uterine, colon and pancreatic cancers and could benefit from genetic testing. My Support 360 provides details about genetic testing and where you can find a facility that offers it. Visit the site.







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