Wherever you are in the process of determining your cancer risk or risk management options, there is a good chance that others are going through the same thing and are available to offer support.
10 pm EST,
Specifically for women who do not have cancer but are at risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
9 pm EST
Open to all
I love to tell people that they are not alone; there is an entire FORCE support network to help them.”
FORCE Helpline Director and Previvor
Newcomers are welcome! Please join us to share experiences and support, ask questions, or just to visit and get to know other people facing a high risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
If you're new to chats or to this subject area, you may see some unfamiliar abbreviations or terms. In some cases, these will be the same sort of thing used in chats elsewhere on the Internet -- for example, OTOH means "on the other hand" and LOL means "laughing out loud." You can search for these terms online.
Sometimes we use our own shorthand for terms related to our particular concerns. For instance, we often write "bc" for breast cancer and "ovca" for ovarian cancer. (Okay, so we're not consistent!) We've created a glossary of these terms to get you started.