Hope for two…The Pregnant with Cancer Network
Women find it helpful to connect with another woman who has had the same type of cancer.
Hope for Two provides that support.
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I offer you my story as one of Hope. Breast cancer has always been like an ominous cloud lurking in my life. My great grandmother, grandmother and...
I found bilateral painful breast lumps at 7.5 weeks pregnant (April 17, 2000) and because I was pregnant, there seemed not to be any urgency to...
I competed in my first sprint triathlon “Tri for the Cure” in March 2013. I was competing for my aunt fighting lymphoma and other family members who...
Are you pregnant with cancer?
Hope for Two…The Pregnant with Cancer Network offers free support for women diagnosed with cancer while pregnant. We connect women who are currently pregnant with cancer with other women who have experienced a similar cancer diagnosis.
Have you been pregnant with cancer?
Women formerly supported by Hope for Two and women who have found us since their pregnant with cancer journey are the mainstays of our organization! Please consider joining our network to support other women currently experiencing cancer during pregnancy.
How can your experience help others?
If you would like to confidentially participate in an international registry that tracks the pregnancy outcomes and long term health of women, and children of women diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy, please contact Dr. Elyce Cardonick, Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist who created The Cancer and Pregnancy Registry.
Do you have questions about being treated for cancer during pregnancy?
Dr. Cardonick is also available to address medical questions pertaining to specific cancer and pregnancy situations and to offer guidance to women and/or their physicians. For more information visit www.cancerandpregnancy.com or call 1.877.635.4499 or 1.856.342.2065..