Canadian Breast Cancer Network

Canadian Breast Cancer Network

Mission/Mandate

The Canadian Breast Cancer Network (CBCN) is Canada's leading survivor-directed, national network of organizations and individuals concerned about breast cancer. CBCN strives to voice the views and concerns of breast cancer survivors through promotion of information sharing, education and advocacy activities.

  • National Network - Links and supports groups and individuals to promote information exchange and collaboration
  • Educate and Inform - Provides credible breast cancer related information and education to those affected by breast cancer
  • Advocacy - Promotes equitable access to support and care throughout the breast cancer experience to ensure best quality of life. CBCN also ensures that the issues affecting breast cancer survivors and their families inform health care policy and guide research.

Contact:   Jenn McNeil

E-mail: jmcneil@cbcn.ca

Website: www.cbcn.ca

 

 

Resources for Families and/or Patients

 

 

 

Content or Title of Education Resource

 

Intended audience

 

Format

a.

Never Too Young: Psychosocial Information & Support for Young Women with Breast Cancer

Young Women affected by breast cancer

Electronic:
E: http://www.cbcn.ca/index.php?pageaction=content.page&id=7963&lang=en

F: http://www.cbcn.ca/index.php?pageaction=content.page&id=7963&lang=fr

*Hard copies in English & French are available upon request by emailing Rebecca at rwilson@cbcn.ca

b.

Navigating Your Path: A guide for people with advanced breast cancer

Advanced or Metastatic breast cancer patients

Electronic:

E: http://www.cbcn.ca/documents/AdvBreastCancerGuide%20Eng.pdf

*No hard copies available