Reading

100 Questions & Answers About Breast Cancer
The first cancer book I dared to open after that fateful day and loved its question by question approach to the topics as they arose for me. Covering everything from chemotherapy; surgery and radiation and great information on life changes that come with a cancer diagnosis.’
Breastfree.org
A site dedicated to women who choose to not have reconstruction surgery but instead choose to wear breast forms or go form free.
Online/everywhere
Cancer Society of New Zealand – Canterbury-West Coast Division
The Cancer Society of New Zealand Canterbury West Coast Division Inc is the leading non-government organisation dedicated to reducing the incidence and impact of cancer and ensuring the best cancer care for everyone in our region. * We provide a wide range of practical assistance and supportive care services for people with cancer as well as their family/whanau/friends. * We ensure access to credible and easy-to-understand information about cancer. * We are an independent non-government organisation reliant on donations and bequests to provide our services free of charge. For cancer information and support phone the Cancer Information Helpline on 0800 CANCER (226 237)
Canterbury
Lopsided
This book by Meredith Norton is a hilarious autobiography that also details her run in with Inflammatory Breast Cancer – you’ll have tears of laughter as well as a few sad ones but its well worth it.
The C Word
You’ll laugh til you snort out loud when reading Lisa Lynch’s honest and frank account of her journey with ‘The Bullshit’
Up-to-date information about breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and care in New Zealand
The Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition (BCAC) is a group of breast cancer survivors dedicated to providing information and support to those newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
Online/everywhere