Reading

100 Questions & Answers About Breast Cancer
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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
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A site dedicated to women who choose to not have reconstruction surgery but instead choose to wear breast forms or go form free.
Region: 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)
Region: Canterbury
Lopsided
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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
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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
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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.
Region: Online/everywhere