Come to our Fall Speaker Series and Learn about:
Sexuality, Intimacy and Menopause After Breast Cancer
Genetics and Breast Cancer: Who is at Risk? What testing is available? When there is family history, who should be the one to be tested?
The Breast Cancer Survival Center (BCSC) is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1999, which provides post-treatment education and support for breast cancer survivors and their families. BCSC is the only program in the state of Connecticut devoted exclusively to post-treatment issues, and operates at facilities generously provided by Norwalk Community College and satellite locations.
Among the services BCSC provides are support and discussion groups, a quarterly e-newsletter, a special speakers series featuring experts in the field of cancer and related topics, awareness events, weekend and day retreats.
BCSC is open to any breast cancer survivor no matter where or how long ago treatment took place.
Since the Breast Cancer Survival Center began offering services in September 1999, more than 4,000 survivors and family members have participated in our programs.