Resources for Young Patients

It is devastating to be diagnosed with breast cancer or informed of a harmful gene mutation at any age. However, younger patients often have unique and specific concerns. These communities serve and connect younger people grappling with disease and risk.

Tigerlily Foundation
(888) 580-6253
The Tigerlily Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides support to young women (ages 15-45) at high risk for or diagnosed with breast cancer, including women from diverse and underserved communities. The foundation’s programs focus on education, empowerment, advocacy, and support.

Young Survival Coalition (YSC)
(877) 972-1011
The Young Survival Coalition works to improve quality of life for young adults diagnosed with breast cancer and their loved ones. YSC provides breast cancer information, programs, supportive connections, and an annual summit featuring medical experts and workshops.