There are many resources available for better understanding. BCAN provides patient tips, educational programs such as webinars and videos, helpful links for more information, a glossary of terms and answers to frequently asked questions.
To view this video series featuring click here.survivors candidly discussing their urinary diversion and life after ,
|The Patient Insight Webinar Series is led by experts in the field and explores click here.topics in depth. Each live webinar includes a Q&A session. Webinars are archived and can be accessed by the public 24/7. To view past webinars or find upcoming sessions,|
|“Conversations: Let’s Talk About View the videos here.” asks the questions that patients or caregivers may be reluctant to ask. The talk show format videos are hosted by Diane Zipursky Quale, BCAN Co-Founder.|
|BCAN Connection is an information and referral line staffed fully by BCAN volunteers. The phone line provides practical information and resources in the local community to assistpatients and their loved ones. To access the program, call 1-888-901-2226 (BCAN) ext. 207.|
|Survivor 2 Survivor connects newly diagnosed patients with another survivor who has undergone similar treatment. The volunteer survivors provide their firsthand account of life with adiagnosis. To access the program, call 1-888-901-2226 (BCAN) ext. 212.|
|BCAN’s online community hosted by Inspire is a great resource for patients and loved ones. Members can anonymously ask questions and connect with other impacted by a To access the community click here.diagnosis.|
|Join BCAN’s Patient Survey Network to share your ideas about the most important topics of research in For more information click here..To get involved email PSN@bcan.org or call 301-215-9099.|
Click below to download fact sheets to help increase awareness aboutin your community.
|There are more than 250,000 of “click here.Basics for the Newly Diagnosed” in print. Patients and loved ones can request a copy or instantly download the handbook. Medical professionals can bulk order free copies but must pay shipping and handling. To access the handbook,|
Helpful tips- from patients, for patients. : Get the Facts
The Click here to see the : Get the Facts pages. : Get the Facts pages have valuable information about what it’s like to experience different procedures and treatments for , from a patient perspective. These easy to read fact sheets include tips other patients wished they had known before starting a procedure, suggestions for coping after a procedure, and questions a patient might want to ask the doctor.
Includes links to the Veterans and Click here to access these resources.recorded webinar modules, transcripts and links to additional resources for Veterans with .
Sexuality and Intimacy after Resources
Includes links to the Sexuality and Intimacy after Click here to access these resources.recorded webinar modules and transcripts as well as a link to our Conversations About – Sexual Function video.
Locate a support group in your own community. Click here to view a list of independent support groups across the U.S.
Find more resources on information about click here.symptoms and treatment options as well as support services for cancer survivors. To see helpful links
Find definitions for some commonly used terms associated with click here.. To see the glossary
Read answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about click here.. To see the frequently asked questions