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Froedtert Health Communities & Blogs
Froedtert Health Care Roundtable
Our Health Care Roundtable is a virtual space where members can share their opinions on a variety of current health care topics by filling out online surveys.
Making More Possible
By spreading academic medicine throughout the region, we're changing what is possible for our families, our neighborhoods and our communities. Here, we share the stories that are making more possible, every day.
Together We Are Strong
What does the word “cancer” mean to you? Your cancer experience is different than mine, but we can learn and take comfort from one another. Visit our cancer blog, Together, We Are Strong, where a community of patients, family members, friends, physicians and researchers have started a conversation about cancer.
Reflections in a Head Mirror
Bruce Campbell, MD, FACS, Medical College of Wisconsin otolaryngologist, writes about quality of life issues for cancer patients.
Association of Cancer Online Resources (ACOR) is a collection of online communities designed to provide timely and accurate information in a supportive environment.
DailyStrength provides members with continual support as someone is always available to talk.
MedHelp is a pioneer in the field of consumer health information and communities on the internet. It partners with doctors from hospitals and medical research institutions to deliver online discussion boards on various topics and information.
Search by gender, age, treatments, symptoms, and times since diagnosis to easily connect with patients like you.
Mental Health America
MHA is the nation’s largest and oldest community-based network dedicated to helping all Americans live mentally healthier lives.
A large online mental health community with articles and topics written by experts and blogs written by members.
CancerCare’s professional oncology social workers have provided counseling, support groups,
education, financial assistance, and practical help free of charge.
Stories of Hope
From the ACS, this page includes personal stories of recovery and hope. The second link is for the Cancer Survivors Network (CSN), where patients can share their own stories and connect with others for support.
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