Breast Cancer Survivor Resources 

Survivors' Photo

2023 was our 30th Anniversary and we were so excited to gather the survivors for the annual photo, which is displayed on the right. Right click on the image to make a copy.

Stories of Hope - Survivor Stories

Rays of Hope celebrates all survivors and their strength, hope, courage, humor, determination and grace. If you are a survivor or a thriver living with metastatic breast cancer, we invite you to share your story and how Rays of Hope helped you. With your permission, we may feature it in one of our social media posts, include it on our website in Stories of Hope, or print it in our Supporting Hope newsletter. We will accept a written story or video of you sharing your story in your own voice. If you are interested please check out our guidelines, tips and information on how to submit your story here

Breast Cancer Medical Update with Dr. Grace Makari-Judson

Dr. Grace Makari-Judson, co-director of the Rays of Hope Center for Breast Cancer Research and chair of the Baystate Health Breast Network, provides updates on trends in breast cancer treatment

Breast Cancer Surgery Update with Dr. Holly Mason

Dr. Holly Mason, Section Chief, Breast Surgery at Baystate Health, provides updates on trends in breast cancer surgery

Breast Cancer Research Update

Springfield High School students experience breast cancer research and contemplate breast cancer healthcare disparities through the Baystate Springfield Educational Partnership. Read more here

Schedule Your Mammogram

Schedule your mammogram today at Baystate Health, offering 2D and 3D screening near you:

Greenfield, MA
Longmeadow, MA
Northampton, MA
Springfield, MA
South Hadley, MA
Westfield, MA
Enfield, CT
Baystate Breast and Wellness Center

Survivor Resources

Breast Cancer Patient Resources 
Wigs and Prostheses Suppliers 
Support Groups 
Baystate Breast & Wellness Center 
Rays of Hope Center for Breast Cancer Research 
Cancer House of Hope 
Cancer Connection 

Cancer Genetic Testing and Counseling Services

If you or a family member has received a cancer diagnosis in the past, you may have a genetic risk of developing cancer in the future. Knowing your risk can help you make better, more-informed decisions about your healthcare and potentially lower your chances of developing certain types of cancer. Learn more about Baystate Regional Cancer Program’s Cancer Genetic Testing and Counseling Services.

Relaxation CD: (click below)

Take a moment to yourself and enjoy this relaxation track. Click here to download the file.

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