“MyLifeLine is such an
appropriate name. It really
has been my lifeline… ”
Let your family and friends know how you’re doing. We’ll email them when you post an update.
Resources on financial issues, health insurance, treatment options, clinical trials, diagnoses, nutrition, and much more.
Your cancer experience is personal. Ensure the right people have access to comment on your site and volunteer to help you.
Coordinate volunteers to help with meals, rides to treatment, errands, child care, pet care, and more.
Toll-free number and online chat for emotional support and guidance by licensed counselors.
Photos can say what words can’t. Share photos of your life with family and friends as they follow your cancer journey.
Make life easier by assigning family and friends as Care Coordinators to help manage your site and organize volunteers.
Find your local Cancer Support Community or Gilda’s Club for free in-person support for you and your family.
I almost look at MyLifeLine.org as part of my husband's treatment. Whatever
happens to him, MyLifeLine gets updated. I felt more connected. I felt the support.
I felt the love from everyone we knew. It changed my whole outlook, truly.
- Erma, Cancer Caregiver
My site was the only way to express myself and work through
all of my emotions. MyLifeLine.org was a lifeline for me during
my journey; it was my connection to the world, my connection to
my own self, and a place where I could be encouraged by others.
I am still using the site and will always want it and continue
to share my story.
- Paige, Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Whenever I wanted to reach out to my support group to share
the emotional journey I was travelling, all I needed to do was access
MyLifeLine.org. I could compose my message and experience instant
emotional relief. I can honestly say MyLifeLine.org was critical
to my survival."
- Dave, Colon Cancer
"I used MyLifeLine when my late husband, Ruben, was told his time
left was limited. I wanted to make it easy for friends to still feel
connected to us. Britton's late wife, Jax, used MyLifeLine from the
beginning of her journey with breast cancer until the end. It was an
important outlet for her. Britton and I weren't sure if we'd get a
second chance to find love after loss. We were introduced through
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- Jen, Cancer Caregiver
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