CureRock helps distribute information from many cancer support organizations and programs.  Some of them function on a local level, others are national organizations, and some are even international.

Everyone has different needs and interests, so help against cancer comes in many forms.   Links to organizations are grouped in categories to make navigating them easier for all of our visitors.  Many of these organizations could fit in multiple categories, so be sure to investigate them all!  Click on a logo to be taken to that organization's homepage.


Healthcare Foundations and Fundraising Organizations

 

Clinical Trials, Health Care Providers, and Cooperative Groups

 

Survivorship Tools and Information

 

Blood, Marrow, and Stem Cell Donations

 

Advocacy Organizations

 

Fertility Preservation

 

Cancer Support for Patients and Families

 

Fun Events and Respite Care

 

Financial Support

 

Insurance and Legal Help

 

Oncology in Media

A recurring column in the The New York Times by Suleika Jaouad about her experiences as a young adult with cancer.

A recurring column in the The New York Times by Suleika Jaouad about her experiences as a young adult with cancer.

A 2011 film directed by Johnathan Levine and written by Will Reiser, 50/50 addresses the AYA oncology experience loosely based upon the screenwriter's own diagnosis and treatment.

A 2011 film directed by Johnathan Levine and written by Will Reiser, 50/50 addresses the AYA oncology experience loosely based upon the screenwriter's own diagnosis and treatment.

A collection of columns and stories in The Huffington Post about young adults and cancer.

A collection of columns and stories in The Huffington Post about young adults and cancer.

Siblings who have lost a brother or sister talk about their experiences and what helped them get through a difficult time.

Siblings who have lost a brother or sister talk about their experiences and what helped them get through a difficult time.

AYAs who have survived cancer and health care providers discuss fertility preservation - questions, current options, and future research.

AYAs who have survived cancer and health care providers discuss fertility preservation - questions, current options, and future research.


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