I have HPV, a HPV-related or Another Gynaecological Cancer

I have HPV, a HPV-related or Another Gynaecological Cancer: Resources

If you have HPV and/or an HPV-related or another gynaecological cancer, here are some places that offer support and additional information.

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Name of organizationContact informationServices offered
HPV & MeThis is presented by the Federation of Medical Women of Canada. All medical information presented is accurate as of the day of publication.
HPV Support GroupThis is a Facebook group for people with HPV (human papillomavirus) who think they have it or have been diagnosed already. This is a place for support and information on the virus. This group is not intended for giving medical advice and/or dosage info.
HPV Support GroupsThis is a free, growing online support community with over 220 specialized groups focused on bringing people together for 24/7 help. This support group is focused on HPV, a place where people with or without HPV can chat about how they're feeling.
Largest HPV Support GroupsThis is a website that creates possibilities to find and build local communities to meet new people, learn new things, find support, get out of their comfort zones, and pursue their passions, together. This page displays the largest HPV support groups in the USA & Canada.
Name of organizationContact informationServices offered
Cervical Cancer Support GroupThis Facebook group is a support community for those effected by Cervical Cancer. You may be the patient, or the loved one of a cervical cancer patient. In this group, you can meet others battling this terrible disease, share stories, etc.
The Anal Cancer FoundationWe are proud to offer the community our one of a kind Peer to Peer Support Program. The Peer to Peer Support Program is a free service provided by the Anal Cancer Foundation that matches anal cancer thrivers (our word for survivors) and caregivers with thriver volunteers and caregiver volunteers.
Throat Cancer FoundationThere is lots of help available though and have compiled a list of useful resources which will guide you through the support that is available to patients and their families.
Vulvar Cancer Support & AwarenessThis is a Facebook group hoping to provide a support system for those fighting Vulvar Cancer as well as spreading awareness.
National Cervical Cancer CoalitionThrough this community you will join thousands of patients and caregivers in sharing personal experiences in a safe, secure environment. NCCC offers one-on-one support among cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers.
Penile Cancer Awareness and SupportThis is a Facebook group raising awareness to this taboo and often unheard of cancers we invite those with Penile Cancer to participate and share their personal experience and journey. Upon the request of joining this group one of our Admin will contact you to ask of your interest towards the group. This helps us understand how we can be of support to you wherever you are in the world and to ensure the privacy of existing group members.
Penn Medicine - Abramson Cancer Centre - Vaginal CancerThese support services include: counseling for patients and families, home care services, hospice, nutritional counseling, palliative care and pain management, patient education, patient navigators, stress management, support groups.
Penn Medicine - Abramson Cancer Centre - Anal CancerThese support services include: counseling for patients and families, home care services, hospice, nutritional counseling, palliative care and pain management, patient education, patient navigators, stress management, support groups.
Anal Cancer Support GroupThis is a Facebook group for those diagnosed with Anal Cancer, their families and care givers that want to connect with others facing the same. The group has those who understand the physical and emotional effects of cancer and the treatments.
We share our experiences and pay it forward by helping others get through treatments by being there for our members unselfishly.
Name of organizationContact informationServices offered
Canadian Cancer SocietyThis is Canada's largest national cancer charity, dedicated to creating a safe place to connect, learn, and share your experiences with cancer. They improve the lives of all those affected by cancer through world-class research, transformative advocacy and compassionate support.
Best Life after CancerJoin oncologist Dr. Deborah Butzbach on her podcast, as she brings experience from both her medical practice and life coaching degree to help you release your fear, regain your joy and reduce your risk after cancer treatment.
Best Life after CancerA facebook group for cancer survivors to come for help living their best after-cancer life and connect with other survivors in a fun, supportive environment!
The Cancer PatientA podcast for cancer patients, by cancer patients. This podcast dives into the real side of cancer. It provides information, validation, and connection with a side of laughter, sarcasm, and wit. Brought to you by the Send It Foundation.
Understanding Cancer
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
This institution's ultimate goal is the eradication of cancer, AIDS, and related diseases and the fear that they engender. In this cancer podcast series, we cover a wide range of cancer-related topics, including new research and treatment advances, patient stories, and common questions — answered by our experts.
Jewish General Hospital
Hope & Cope
This is a non-profit that helps people cope with cancer. Guided by professional staff, cancer-experienced volunteers provide psychosocial support and practical resources that help patients regain a sense of control and well-being, reduce isolation and restore hope. Easily accessible and open to all, Hope & Cope is funded by the community and is located at the Jewish General Hospital’s Segal Cancer Centre and the Hope & Cope Cancer Wellness Centre.
Young Adult Cancer CanadaThis is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support young adults living with, through, and beyond cancer. To be the connection to peers, bridge out of isolation, and source of inspiration. Every cancer, every stage, YACC’s got your back.
Look Good Feel BetterThis is a national program provided free of charge to women living with cancer. It is dedicated to empowering women to manage the effects that cancer and its treatment has on their appearance, and often their morale. The program is led by a team leader who has experience in the cosmetic industry and offers workshops designed to teach women about skin care, makeup, wigs and hairstyles to help them look and feel more like themselves.
Cancer Patient NavigatorThe PEI cancer patient navigator is available to help you and your family at any point on your cancer journey. Whether you are being investigated for a suspicion of cancer, or have already completed treatment, you can reach out to the navigator for support. The cancer patient navigator does not provide medical care, but may be able to help address your medical and non-medical needs through support, education, advocacy, and referrals to programs and services.
PEI Cancer Treatment CentreThe PEICTC at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Prince County Hospital Satellite Clinic is focused on specialized care and well-being for individuals diagnosed with cancer. Recognizing that each experience with cancer is unique in cause, symptoms, treatment and challenges, the centre follows a person-centered care approach to cancer care.
Healing and CancerThis is a registered charity lead by an oncologist. They equip cancer patients and family members with a powerful, integrated approach to the cancer journey – helping people to heal at the levels of body, mind and spirit. It draws on the best of medical science, the vast teachings of world spiritual traditions, and the inherent wisdom within each person. At its core is the practice of deep compassion for oneself that expands outward in an engaged connection with others in community.
Canadian Cancer Survivor NetworkThis is a non-profit organization created by a group of Canadians concerned about cancer and cancer survivorship issues. It works to increase advocacy and to train patient/survivor advocates to promote and engage in the development of policy for optimal cancer care and follow-up for patients, survivors, their families and communities.
Cancer CareThis is the leading national organization dedicated to providing free, professional support services including resource navigation, counseling, support groups, educational workshops, publications and financial assistance to anyone affected by cancer. All CancerCare services are provided by master's-prepared oncology social workers and world-leading cancer experts.
Cancer.NetThis is a website that provides information to help patients and families make informed health care decisions. This page is a place where you can talk about and work through the feelings and challenges you experience with other people who have gone through similar experiences. Support groups give people diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers a chance to learn from and support each other.
Pink Pearl Canada
Pink Pearl creates a community of on-going support for self-identifying young women between 18 and 40 who are working through the emotional and social challenges of cancer diagnosis and treatment. They develop free programming and encourage online discussions by taking full account of the needs, feelings and concerns of our young female participants.
Melanie’s WayWith the help of over 30 passionate volunteers across Canada, we grant personalized 'wishes' that cater to the individual interests and passions of these women. From exotic getaways to once-in-a-lifetime experiences, we're committed to making each wish as unique and unforgettable as the women we serve.
Tip of the Toes Foundation
Aims to change the lives of young people aged 14 to 39 who are living with cancer by offering them an opportunity to participate in a therapeutic adventure expeditions.
WellspringAt Wellspring, we provide a caring community in-person and online, so anyone living with cancer, their caregiver and family members can access vital information, meaningful support and effective coping strategies.
Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto
Since 2001, Gilda’s Toronto has offered programs to people experiencing cancer-related stress that aim to restore a sense of control, redefine hope, reduce stress and isolation during and after cancer treatment for improved quality of life. All programs are provided free of charge, so there is no financial barrier to accessing support in this community.
Gilda’s Club Muskoka
Gilda’s Club Simcoe Muskoka provides a gathering place where people with cancer, as well as their families and friends, or people that have lost someone to cancer, can join with others to actively involve themselves in building social and emotional support as a supplement to regular medical care.
Inspire HealthInspireHealth provides programs and services to support overall health during and after cancer treatment.
Cactus Cancer SocietyFull spectrum of free programs for young adults (Ages 18-45 years) facing cancer, age-appropriate psychosocial survivorship support. All programs and resources are delivered either directly through our website or through Zoom and are uniquely accessible regardless of a patient’s specific diagnosis, geographic location, financial situation, or inpatient status.
Stupid Cancer
Stupid Cancer programs empower all adolescents and young adults impacted by cancer. All programs are designed to help you Get Busy Living by connecting with other adolescents and young adults (Ages 18-39) and gaining access to critical information and resources to improve your quality of life with and after cancer.
AYA CanAYA CAN is a peer-led national organization advocating for Canadian adolescents and young adults affected by cancer.
Elephants and TeaCommunity events organized into different sections: Elephants and Tea Programming, Social Community Programs, Informative Programs, Caregiver Programs, Support Groups, Conferences, and events designed specifically for the LGBTQIA+ community.