For People Who Are Seeking Information for Japanese Loved Ones
WELCOME TO SHARE CANCER SUPPORT JAPANESE PROGRAM
We provide dedicated, experienced support for women facing breast or ovarian cancer in the US, in the Japanese language since 2013.
To create and sustain a supportive Japanese community of women affected by breast or ovarian cancer in the US.
HOW THE SHARE JAPANESE PROGRAM SERVES
All of the SHARE Japanese program’s services are free of charge.
SHARE Japanese program’s services include:
We offer group support meetings every second Friday from 6 pm (EST) and every 4th Friday from 12:30 pm (EST). If you live outside of New York, you can join the meeting by phone.
Expert-led Educational Programs
We help educate about the illness with the help of Japanese doctors and researchers.
Helpline Telephone Support
We support breast cancer and ovarian cancer patients, and their families, by telephone. You can call in from anywhere.
We accompany women who are going through treatments to their medical facility. (limited areas)
We navigate how to find doctors in the US for people with the existing conditions, people who need to go back to Japan to be treated for their illness, and more. Call 347-220-1110 to talk to someone about breast or ovarian cancer in Japanese.
Contact the SHARE Japanese program by email in Japanese or English at:
PINK AND TEAL SEMINARS IN JAPANESE
Raise Awareness in the Corporate Workplace
SHARE’s Pink and Teal Seminar program provides an opportunity for your employees to learn about breast and ovarian cancer issues from those who have had personal experiences with these diseases.
Make A Gift to SHARE Today!
Help SHARE support, educate, and empower women and men affected by breast or ovarian cancer today.
Your contribution makes it possible for SHARE to enable people around the country to talk to someone who's been there -- and get information, hope, and inspiration from survivors. To make a tax-deductible donation, please complete the form below. We would be grateful if you chose to dedicate your contribution to the “Japanese Program.”