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Mission Statement"To advocate for and improve quality care from screening through survivorship for people affected by breast cancer in Colorado."
The Colorado Breast Cancer Resources Directory was first published in 1995 by volunteers from the Colorado Breast Cancer Coalition. From those initial efforts and later from those of Day of Caring volunteers and staff, the Directory has become known as the guide to resources for breast cancer patients, caregivers and health care providers in Colorado. The Colorado Cancer Coalition and Colorado Breast Cancer Task Force are proud to continue the tradition since 2006 of providing this valuable resource in printed and online versions to patients and caregivers at no charge.
The Colorado Breast Cancer Resources Directory online was created by the Colorado Cancer Coalition's Breast Cancer Task Force with the assistance of many volunteers. We thank everyone who contributed, especially the following volunteers who helped research and update the hundreds of listings included,
proofread and edited, and contributed articles:
|Toni Abbey||Marcia Jamison||Kathy Rhodes|
|Diane Akins||Barbara Lipkin||Kelly Swan|
|Judy Biegler||Chris McCloy||Autumn Tansky|
|Linda Fiske||Judy Morehouse||Maureen Till|
|Terri Gaertner||Shelley Nielsen||Debbie Wells|
|Debra Hesse||Antoinette Paniagua||Kim Wright|
|Bonnie Pichler||Sabrina Wright-Hobart|
The print directory is available free of charge in English and Spanish and is published annually. Online listings are updated and added throughout the year. Photos of survivors are courtesy of Sue Miller Day of Caring for Breast Cancer Awareness. Photos by K. Wright Photography.
We regret any omissions or errors that may have occurred in this online Directory. To better serve you and improve the directory, we welcome your feedback. Please call us at 303-692-2331 or firstname.lastname@example.org with corrections and additions. No listing in this directory is meant as an endorsement.
Support for the directory has been provided by funding from:
The Colorado Cancer Coalition serves as the statewide network for cancer-related organizations and individuals who are dedicated to saving lives and improving the quality of life for all Coloradans.
As an active task force of the Coalition, the Colorado Breast Cancer Task Force's mission is to advocate for and improve quality care from screening through survivorship for people affected by breast cancer in Colorado. The Task Force provides leadership and coordination of breast cancer services. It also serves as a catalyst for breast cancer prevention and control activities throughout Colorado.
The Task Force meets on the second Wednesday of every other month, 8:30 to 10:00 AM at the American Cancer Society office in Denver. Meetings are open to everyone and free conference call access is available across the state.
For more information about the Colorado Cancer Coalition and the Breast Cancer Task Force, visit www.coloradocancercoalition.org
You can make a voluntary donation on your 2011 Colorado state income tax return to help reduce mortality from breast and women's reproductive cancers by expanding existing education, screening, treatment, and quality of life services throughout Colorado.
If you are receiving a refund, please check the box for the Colorado Breast and Women's Reproductive Cancers Check-off Fund. Donations help support a competitive grant program through the Colorado Cancer Coalition and the Colorado Breast Cancer Task Force. All funds raised stay in Colorado.
For more information or how to donate if you are not receiving a refund, visit us at www.coloradocancercheckoff.org