I've Tested Positive, Now What?
If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, you have may questions about your medical care. We've compiled expert-reviewed resources to help you take steps to protect your own health and the health of your relatives. Click on each topic below to learn more. If you need additional guidance, please sign up for our Peer Navigation Program. You are not alone.
Video: Participating in Clinical Trials for People with Inherited Mutations: Why, When and How
How to search for research studies
Your rights as a participant in research
Search for breast cancer treatment studies
Video: Breast Reconstruction Overview
Video: Breast Reconstruction Q & A Panel
Video: Going Flat After Mastectomy
Video: What You Should Know about Breast Implants
Video: Breast Reconstruction Options
Book: The Breast Reconstruction Guidebook
Cancer treatment & fertility preservation
Assisted reproductive technology (ART)
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)
Paying for fertility care & assisted reproductive technology
Video: Fertility and Parenting Issues for Survivors and Previvors
Video: Exploring Your Family Planning Options Through Assisted Reproduction
Nutrition, exercise and weight
Palliative and integrative care
Video: Treatment Side Effects & Cancer Survivorship
Video: Complementary & Integrative Medicine
Video: Sexuality & Intimacy for Women
Collecting and sharing health information
Sharing genetic test results with adult relatives
Brochure: The Genes Between Us
Video: Sharing Information with Children
Worksheet: Sharing with Family
Sharing information with children
Portal: Family History and Genealogy
Booklet: Talking about BRCA in your family tree
CDC: Talking About Your Family History of Cancer | Bring Your Brave
Join one of our Zoom community group meeting:
- Meetings in American Sign Language
- Meetings in Spanish
- People of Color
- Young Previvors
- Young Survivors
Attend a support meeting or event
Participate on our message boards
Join our Private Facebook Group
We offer a variety of options for support from trained volunteers and community members. Virtual and in-person support meetings, community forums and peer navigators assure that you are not alone.
These resources can help you prepare to communicate about your health history or genetic test results with relatives.
Learn about the laws that protect you from harm and improve your access to health care.
We provide resources and information to help keep you and your family safe from COVID-19.
We provide information and resources for managing the symptoms and effects of menopause with and without hormones.