Resources at Mass General Cancer Center

  • Wellness and Support Programs
    Our support programs are designed to help patients, their families and caregivers cope with the challenges of a cancer diagnosis. We offer a wide range of integrative therapies, workshops and support groups. On this page you will find complete listings of our upcoming program offerings.
  • The Maxwell V. Blum Cancer Resource Program
    The Maxwell V. Blum Cancer Resource Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center provides cancer patients and their families with information and resources for living with cancer.
  • The Marjorie E. Korff Parenting At a Challenging Time (PACT) Program
    The Marjorie E. Korff PACT program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center provides psycho-educational support for parents who are patients.

Outside Support Groups

  • FORCE (Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered)
    FORCE is the only national nonprofit organization devoted to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Their mission includes support, education, advocacy, awareness, and research specific to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. 
  • Be Bright Pink
    Bright Pink is a national non-profit organization that provides education and support to young women who are at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer. They arm young women with knowledge, options and a great attitude, and offer companionship and empathy during their journey. 
  • VHLFA (von Hippel-Lindau Family Alliance)
    The VHL Family Alliance provides information for families and physicians about this disorder and local self-help support groups for families affected with VHL. Local family support chapters exist in regions of the U.S. Local chapter meetings are scheduled periodically. International VHL Support Organizations are established on six continents.
  • No Stomach For Cancer
    No Stomach For Cancer is a non-profit organization, established to provide Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer families with education and support, while helping to advance research into HDGC diagnosis, screening, treatment, and prevention.
  • Lynch Syndrome International
    Lynch Syndrome International (LSI) provides information and assistance to individuals with Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colorectal Cancer, also known as HNPCC or Lynch syndrome. LSI works to promote education regarding cancer surveillance and screening, while also providing patients with local resources.

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