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Women With Will

Women With Will is a project created to raise breast cancer awareness and give women a platform to share their experiences with a broad, supportive, and understanding audience.

If you are a breast cancer survivor or are currently being treated and want to share your story with us, please contact us through our email or other social networks.

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Inspiring Stories

from creators of breast cancer foundations

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Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Foundation

Connie Dwyer

After being treated for breast cancer herself, Connie Dwyer noticed how hard it was for underprivileged women to deal with the disease, so she became part of the solution.

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Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Ginny Mason

Even though being diagnosed with breast cancer is definitely frightening, it isn't always a death sentence. That is, in part, thanks to all the findings made by research organizations.

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The Donna Foundation

Donna Deegan

People diagnosed with breast cancer (and any other type of cancer) wish to hear the word "remission" from their doctors as soon as possible.

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I Have Wings Breast Cancer Foundation

Janet Chambers

No matter how old you are, how mature you consider yourself, or how prepared you believe to be. Four simple words can turn your world upside down: "you have breast cancer."

Free or Low-Cost

Screening Program Near You

On our map, you can find the locations of the health care facilities that provide low-cost or free cancer screenings. To be eligible for it, though, you must meet the following requirements: Your insurance does not cover screening exams, or you have no insurance; Your yearly income is at or below 250% of the federal poverty level; You are between 40 and 64 years old. Older or younger women might qualify for screening services, as well.

Approximately 1 in 8 women (12.8%) will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. Early diagnosis is particularly relevant for breast cancer.


Do you want to support the activities of the foundations that are part of our project? Click Donate!


with COVID-19

The novel coronavirus has impacted the lives of many people throughout the world, making situations that were already hard, like dealing with breast cancer, a lot harder.

Even before the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that COVID-19 was a pandemic back on March 11, 2020, several governments and entities around the globe were advising people to take excellent care of their health.

However, when it comes to women who were recently diagnosed with breast cancer and who are supposed to follow a treatment plan, regarding Cancer.org, sticking to those recommendations might become particularly more challenging.

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