Helpful Links

Circle of Hope is simply providing links to organizations that provide useful information for cancer patients and their families. When you click on the individual links, you will be leaving Circle of Hope’s site and will be directed to an external site. By doing so, you acknowledge that Circle of Hope does not control, guarantee, endorse or approve the information, products or services available at the external site or the security of transmissions between you and the external site. The content listed is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

American Cancer Society

A nation-wide community based volunteer health organization working to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. This website provides education resources for people affected by all types of cancer.

A national non-profit breast cancer education organization dedicated to providing the most accurate up-to-date information about breast cancer. The organization’s goal is to assist with breast cancer decision making.


Understanding breast cancer.

Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation 

Information about Inflammatory Breast Cancer, a type of breast cancer that is not characterized by a single mass tumor.

Journey Forward

A collaboration of organizations with a common goal of improving cancer survivorship care. The use of Survivorship Care Plans is promoted to provide cancer survivors with a treatment summary and guidelines for future health care. Journey Forward has a comprehensive Survivorship Library for patients and health

Lance Armstrong Foundation

This organization works to improve the lives of people affected by cancer. This website has extensive information on the physical, emotional and practical effects of cancer.

Living Beyond Breast Cancer

LBBC is a national education and support organization aiming to improve the quality of life of people affected by breast cancer. They also encourage people to be active participants in their breast cancer treatment, recovery and management.

Mesothelioma provides a wealth of information for those suffering from this unique form of cancer that results from exposure to asbestos.

Metastatic Breast Cancer Network

MBCN is a national, patient-led, non-profit, advocacy group. It is dedicated to the unique concerns of women and men living with metastatic breast cancer.

This website provides easy to read, evidence-based cancer treatment information for patients and their families.

National Cancer Institute

The National Cancer Institute is part of the National Institutes of Health. Conducts and supports cancer research, training, health and cancer education. This website provides information in easy to read or health professional formats.

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

NCCS is an advocacy organization promoting quality cancer care for all Americans.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

The world’s largest grassroots breast cancer organization. Its goal is to empower people, improve quality of care and supports research to finding the cure for breast cancer.

The Wellness Community

An international non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education and hope to people affected by cancer. Offices near Santa Clarita are in Westlake Village and Santa Monica.

Turning Point

Tibor Deme is a photographer who is photographing and interviewing cancer victims and survivors to capture the inner warriors and tell the stories of each individual.

University of Cincinnati Health Library

This webpage offers valuable tips and advice on explaining cancer to children.

Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization

A peer breast cancer support organization. It provides 24/7/365 access to talk to a breast cancer survivor. Information is in easy to understand format focusing on informed decision making.

Young Survival Coalition

A global organization dedicated to the unique issues facing young women (diagnosed 40 years and younger) with breast cancer.