Below are some links to web sites containing information about cancer and cancer support groups.


Below are some additional support information and how to contact them.

Hair - Surviving the Fall

by Sara Romweber, Ph.D.

"...the first serious and truly sympathetic work about the emotional experience of hair loss."
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"Fuller Hair clients find Fuller Hair prostheses totally comfortable as well as completely professional. They can be permed, colored or highlighted for the individualized styling you are looking for."

Fuller Hair, Inc.

Support to Go, The Unbook for the Journey through Breast Cancer is filled with survivor secrets from women who have been there, who know well the possibility and probability of a full life after diagnosis, whatever the stage.

Mesothelioma is a fatal cancer that affects the lining of the lung (pleura), the lining of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum), and the lining of the heart (pericardium). The only known cause of Mesothelioma is exposure to asbestos, although other factors such as smoking may result in additional complications.

CancerGuide: A Resource For Patients and Loved Ones


"Having dedicated my whole nursing career to cancer patients and families, I have been blessed in knowing many loving and courageous people. Caring for these special people has given me real experiences that no text book could ever teach. I have worked with cancer patients in many settings including the hospital, doctor's office, clinic, home and hospice. I have seen how patients and families struggle through diagnosis, treatment, and successes and failures of having cancer in a support group I established and counseled."

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"Thank you so much for having such nice wigs, I just love the wig you sent to me, as it gives me such a much more confident feeling.

I felt all the feminine things go out of my life when I lost all my hair to chemo… it feels so degrading to me, that I won’t even let my husband see me without my head being covered, but that’s just my own feelings and pride.

I took my wig to my hairdresser that has been doing my hair for almost thirty years, and had her style and trim it for me, she was very impressed with the quality of this particular wig, and said it was a very good choice for me.

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I am so very pleased with your very prompt and personal service, my life is starting to get back on track.

I cannot “Thank You” enough."

- Jan Y.