Cancerforward.org – To Provide Social Networking for Cancer Survivors
On April 1, 2011, CancerForward will rollout a new program for cancer survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals worldwide… free memberships to The Survivor Network on CancerForward.org. Funded by The Dan L. Duncan Family, The Survivor Network is a unique social networking platform that provides cancer survivors and caregivers a community to connect and share their experiences and information.
Joining The Survivor Network is free, after registering with a valid e-mail address. When you join The Survivor Network on CancerForward, you will have the ability to create your own CancerForward profile where you can share your experiences and your inspiration by telling your story, uploading photos, videos and audio, contributing recommended resources and more.
You may also access the Survivor Network and the CancerForward profiles of all Network members and their contributions so you can locate and interact with members of your choosing.
Website content includes articles and help tips developed by leading cancer rehabilitation experts from across the U.S. It also includes editorial features about high-profile cancer survivors, which is considered by the medical community a valuable tool for dispelling myths about cancer and stimulating open-communication amongst survivors.
“Cancer survivors and their families need to be able to communicate with someone who has been through the same illness they have faced,” stated Randa Duncan Williams on behalf of The Dan L Duncan Family which underwrote ConnectForward. “They need a resource to help answer questions and provide current, unbiased information. CancerForward does that, and our family is proud to be a part of its growth.”
For more information or to become a member, please visit www.cancerforward.org