Take control of your health and be a strong advocate for young women everywhere with our valuable breast cancer educational resources. Download them now for immediate access, or place an order for print copies to arrive through snail mail.
Learn to navigate your journey with information about breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, an easy-to-understand breast cancer glossary, questions to ask your healthcare team and inspiring messages from young women who’ve been down this road.
Understand the complexities of living with stage IV breast cancer and learn about your treatment options. Get advice on working with healthcare teams and forms and tools to help you stay organized.
Manage the post-treatment phase with a survivorship care plan for you to use with your healthcare team. Learn practical tips for addressing sex and intimacy concerns, family planning options and long-term side effects like “chemo brain” and lymphedema.
Learn how to manage long-term side effects and move forward with your life after diagnosis and treatment.
As a supplement to our Navigator series, we offer our most popular forms as fillable PDFs that you can download, edit and then save on your own computer. Take them along to your appointments to help you communicate with your healthcare providers.
Learn about breast cancer facts, signs and symptoms of breast cancer, common myths, good health habits, risk factors, understanding your family tree and information on how to talk to your doctor. Share this booklet with your loved ones so they can become advocates for their own health.
We now offer a searchable online resource database full of information on organizations that provide financial assistance, support and other tools relevant to young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
You can order a print version of this ResourceLink Guidebook along with any of the other resources listed above for free.
This kit is specially packaged for healthcare providers and includes a number of resources for a proper introduction to YSC:
This guide is designed to help all young women learn about breast cancer facts, signs and symptoms of breast cancer, common myths, good health habits, risk factors, understanding their family health history and information on how to talk to you (their healthcare provider). Order up to 15 at a time for distribution to your patients.
Our Sync brochure goes into more detail about the programs we provide for young women affected by breast cancer, whether they are newly diagnosed, living with metastatic breast cancer or years out from diagnosis. Order a pack of 25 for distribution to your patients.
This one-pager describes the facts and issues that specifically affect young women facing breast cancer. Order a pack of 25 for distribution to your patients.
Whether tabling for us at a conference or hosting your own event, order these free resources to inform other young survivors, co-survivors and volunteers about the work we’re doing at YSC.
Give survivors, co-survivors and healthcare providers an introduction to the meaningful work of YSC. This brochure discusses how breast cancer in young women is different and how YSC programs and resources support the needs of young survivors.
Provide detailed information about the programs we have for young women affected by breast cancer. Includes programs for women who are newly diagnosed, metastatic and long-term survivors.
Equip young women living with metastatic, or stage IV, breast cancer with information on our programs. Describes ways to connect and resources created specifically to address the metastatic population.
Spread the word about our volunteer opportunities! Provides more information on the fun, easy ways to make a difference in the lives of young women with breast cancer.
Arm young women with the eye-opening facts and statistics about breast cancer. Includes vital information about what to look for and what to do if you find something unusual in your breasts. Perfect for distributing at outreach events.
Help your audience discover the facts and the issues that specifically affect young women facing breast cancer.
You can order a free copy of each navigator for use at events or on the road.
¿Ya recibiste el Navegador para las recién diagnosticadas y estás buscando la encuesta? Haz clic aquí para decirnos lo que pensaste de esta guía.
(Already received the Newly Diagnosed Navigator and looping for the Survey? Click here to tell us what you thought of this guide.)
Descarga estos folletos informativos escritos especialmente para mujeres jóvenes afectadas por cáncer de mama. Infórmate más en temas como la nutrición y el bienestar, el sexo y la intimidad, asuntos prácticos (finanzas, trabajo y temas legales), cáncer de mama metastásico, planificación familiar y temas únicos para mujeres jóvenes.
(Download these informative Spanish-language booklets just for young women affected by breast cancer. Learn more about topics like: Nutrition and Wellness, Sex and Intimacy, Practical Matters (financial, career and legal), Metastatic Breast Cancer and Family Planning and the unique issues of young women.)
Descarga El Navegador para Recién Diagnosticadas (Newly Diagnosed Navigator)
Descarga La salud del seno y tú (Breast Health and You)
Descarga La nutrición y el bienestar (Nutrition and Wellness)
Descarga El sexo, la intimidad y la relación de pareja (Sex, Intimacy and Relationships)
Descarga La fertilidad después de cáncer de mama (Fertility After Breast Cancer)
Descarga Cáncer de mama metastásico (CMM) (Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC)
Descarga Asuntos prácticos: Seguro de salud, las finanzas y temas legales
(Practical Matters: Insurance, Financial and Legal matters)
Por favor completa esta breve encuesta para decirnos los recursos, el contenido y los servicios de YSC que te gustaría ver en español. Tus respuestas nos ayudarán a priorizar la traducción al español de las áreas de mayor interés para ti.
(Please take this brief survey to tell us about the resources, content, and services you would like YSC to provide in Spanish. Your feedback will help us ensure that we prioritize Spanish-language offerings in the areas that are of most interest to you.)