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To Life! Support and Education Services

To Life! was founded in 1998 by a breast cancer survivor who understood first-hand the uncertainty, questions and needs faced by those dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis.  Her vision was to create a local, independent, grass-roots organization which would serve our community right here in the Capital District.  We strive to provide the information and resources you need and to help you thrive in your new normal.

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Helping You Thrive

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Hair Loss and Hair & Head Covering Solutions

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Mastectomy Bras & Prosthesis

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Wellness Programs

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Support Groups & Mentoring

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Breast Health Workshops

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Honoring the past, treasuring the present, empowering the future.

To Life! was founded to provide our community with breast cancer information and services for patients, families and friends. Your health is very important to us. We recognize that good information will improve your relationship with your health provider and lead to better decisions about your care. We welcome the opportunity to assist during and after active treatment.

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Chemotherapy, says Dr. Theriault, has a major effect on bone health by shutting down the ovaries and causing early menopause in premenopausal women. "This results in a hypoestrogen…
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People who have been diagnosed with breast cancer have diverse nutrition issues - both during and after cancer treatment. The recommendations provided by AICR to reduce cancer risk…
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New research highlights the importance of healthy vitamin D levels in Black and Hispanic women.
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While anyone can experience breast pain, it’s more common in people with female sex hormones like estrogen and progesterone. These hormones play a big role in the fluctuation of…

Residents Served by To Life! Since 1998

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