Natalie Wilson Resources

Breast Cancer Information Websites

Please note, Natalie Wilson or High Heal Diaries does not endorse these sites or their content. Talk to your health care provider about your specific concerns.

“Healing comes when we choose to walk away from darkness and move towards a brighter light.”  – Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Canadian Breast Cancer Network
A national network of breast cancer survivors.

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
A national network of breast cancer survivors.

Breast Cancer Society of Canada
A national network of breast cancer survivors.

ReThink Breast Cancer
Offers special programs for young women with breast cancer.

BRA Day (Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day)
Promotes education, awareness, and access for women considering post-mastectomy breast reconstruction.

Canadian Cancer Society
For information about cancer, information assistance for patients receiving treatment, and many other resources, contact your local Canadian Cancer Society office.

Princess Margaret Hospital – Patient Education and Survivorship
For information and services to support you during your cancer journey. 

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre – Odette Cancer Centre
For information and services to support you during your cancer journey.

After Breast Cancer
1292 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario.
Phone 647-342-9217
A charitable organization that offers you post-surgical bras, camisoles and breast prostheses if you have no insurance and limited financial resources.  

Elizabeth’s Mastectomy Boutique
1050 Simcoe Street North, Suite 108, Oshawa, Ontario
Phone: 905-433-0122 or 1-800-556-2585
Offers you post-surgical breast forms, lingerie and swimwear.

Types of Breast Reconstruction  – Canadian Cancer Society
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My Left Breast
203 Simcoe Street, Unit #3, Peterborough, Ontario.
Phone: 705-876-3333
Offers you bra fittings that are done by breast cancer survivors, mastectomy bathing suits and prosthesis and other mastectomy clothing such as dresses, workout wear, sleepwear and post-surgery camisoles and bras, wigs/hats/scarves, medical compression sleeves and stockings as well as gauntlets and gloves. Over the counter and custom made. Assistive Devices Program (ADP) approved vendor and fitter.

The Assistive Devices Program, Ministry of Health (ADP)
7th Floor, 5700 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario
Phone: 1-416-327-8804 or 1-800-268-6021 
Helps with the funding of personalized assistive devices for individuals with long-term physical disabilities.

High-Risk Ontario Breast Screening Program
Phone 1-800-668-9304 
Women ages 30 to 69 who meet any of the following criteria should talk to their doctor about a referral to the High Risk Ontario Breast Screening Program: 

  • Is known to have a gene mutation (e.g., BRCA1, BRCA2) 
  • Is a first-degree relative (parent, brother, sister or child) of someone who has a gene mutation (e.g., BRCA1, BRCA2)
  • Has a personal or family history of breast or ovarian cancer
  • Has had radiation therapy to the chest to treat another cancer or condition (e.g., Hodgkin lymphoma) before age 30 and at least 8 years ago
  • This program recommends women ages 30 to 69 who are confirmed to be at high risk for breast cancer be screened once a year with a mammogram and breast magnetic 

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