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Breast Cancer Resources

Did you know there are breast health and breast cancer resources available for free through your local public library? 

Over the past five years the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Atlantic 
Region worked with public libraries and grassroots partnership organizations 
across Atlantic Canada to build collections of breast cancer resources. The collections include books, ebooks, and DVDs with topics ranging from how to talk to children about cancer, to information on diet and nutrition during treatment, 
to coping with personal relationships after treatment. 

In total over 3,500 resources have been purchased, and the total investment has been over $144,000. This project was made possible thanks to the generosity of donors and volunteers from across the region.

Access the collection in your local public library today: