For now, this is a board dealing with cancer awareness and information of all sorts.
"Cooking for Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy" -- Tips for food issues for chemotherapy patients, recipes "for basic dishes you can cook that lend themselves well to variations, are easy to make, and can be either bland or spiced, depending on the patient's preference," links to anti-nausea products, plus references to many other related useful Squidoo lenses.
"Eat to beat the pain of chemo -- BEATING cancer is never easy but understanding the right way to eat can help you recover and give you energy and strength to fight on. This isn't a matter of fad diets or cramming yourself with special foods but of good, sound nutrition." -- Some good tips at the click-through.
"Talking with Children About Chemotherapy" -- This article is by a cancer survivor several times and over the course of years; she's written several very helpful things for adults...this seems to be equally on point for kids and has advice about their responses, emotions, timing, etc. It's not just about what to say to them, but how and when, too. [Photo is currently on the page, but it's a "most read" link to "Happiness Tips" and not affiliated with this article.]
Macmillan Cancer Support is a registered British charity that is "a source of support for people living with cancer today and...a force for improving cancer care." One of the best pages here has no photo, "Talking to Children About Your Cancer." (www.macmillan.org... ) Lots of other great information at the click-through.
You can wear green and pink with these "Natural Born Fighter St Patrick's Day Breast Cancer Tees" [See related shirt for the guys: pinterest.com/...]
"Facebook Removes Photo Of Breast Cancer Survivor's Tattoo, Users Fight Back"
Very helpful site for those working and fighting cancer simultaneously (or for those who know or manage same), "Cancer and Careers" -- Featured here: "Just Diagnosed? A step-by-step guide on what to do next: Who to tell, what to tell, creating an action plan & more."
[Graphic irrelevant to post.] "Types of Breast Cancer: Breast cancer can begin in different areas of the breast – the ducts, the lobules, or in some cases, the tissue in between. In this section, you can learn about the different types of breast cancer, including non-invasive, invasive, recurrent, and metastatic breast cancers. You can also read about breast cancer in men."
"Breastcancer.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information and community to those touched by this disease. Learn more about our commitment to providing complete, accurate, and private breast cancer information." Tons of information on this site.