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Gender Inclusive Cancer Resources

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National Resources

Here are some resources that work at the national level in the U.S. This list includes [what it includes]

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Oregon Resources

Cancer Queers is based in Portland, Oregon. Here are some resources that we love in our home state.

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Tips & Tricks

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This doesn't have to be called this but I just wanted to have an option ready for putting in more information. Whatever you might want to put here - how to do self exams, tools for understanding scary medical jargon, things to ask your doctors at each stage... whatever makes the most sense!

Check out the list!

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We are always looking to expand our list of resources to meet more community needs. We'd also love to new cities and states in the U.S. If you have a new recommendation, send us the information with the contact form below.

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