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Please make a donation to FORCE for GivingTuesday and join people from all over the world on this national day of giving.

Your gift will be matched through our Matching Gift Challenge doubling your impact on improving the lives of individuals and families affected by hereditary cancer.

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Free Resources Available for Survivors, Previvors and Caregivers!

Sign up for FORCE's Peer Navigation Program. Trained volunteers who understand your situation are available for confidential 1:1 phone support. Following the call, you will receive a free personalized guide filled with expert-reviewed resources that will help you make informed medical decisions with your doctors.

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FORCE advocates for families facing hereditary breast and ovarian cancer in areas such as access to care, research funding, insurance, and privacy.

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Our online message boards are available 24/7 for you to discuss your situation with other people facing similar hereditary cancer concerns.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Annette Seelig

As a Peer Navigator, Peer Support Group Leader and Helpline volunteer, Annette listens carefully and provides empowering information to those who seek her support. We are so thankful for all that Annette does in her roles to pay it forward to help others. If you are interested in making a difference, too, complete a VolunteerFORCE application. today.

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