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How To Get Started Quickly

This page is intended to help you get value from as rapidly as possible. There are three basic ways to approach the site.

You may want to look for specific information. To do that, use the search engine you'll find on every page or visit the site map and browse a list of the site's pages.

We know that there are some pages that first-time visitors find especially valuable. Here's a list:
Breast Cancer Treatment Guidelines
Top Breast Cancer Centers
Cancer Drugs Information

You may want to learn about Deb's breast cancer journey to see how it relates to your own or the journey of a loved one. The best way to do that is to visit the Email Diary which follows the course of Deb's encounter with cancer from diagnosis, through surgeries and treatments, ups and downs, to the email that announced she had been free of cancer for five years.

You may want to find out what resources are available to you and your loved ones. Deb has worked hard to find the best resources of each type from the hundreds available.

Web Resources is a list of organization and informational web sites.
Books and Magazines is a list of print resources.
There is a special page that lists Resources for Children Whose Parents Have Cancer.
Newsletters is a list of electronic newsletters from reputable organizations.

You may want to find out more about Deb herself. In that case you should visit the page for Deb's Story.

If you can't find something you think should be here, if you have a resource to suggest that Deb add to the site, or if you just have a question for her, click here to use our contact page to send Deb an email.


© Deb Haggerty  
Sometimes the urge to do something overwhelmingly fun and unexpected just seizes hold of Deb. Here she is at a party, planting a kiss on the cheek of surprised waiter who had complimented her just seconds before. This is Deb with Bonnie Ross Parker. Deb and Bonnie originally met online and quickly became good friends. She an example of the people, all over the country, who took on breast cancer walks and supported Deb in many ways. This is Deb with two good friends, Eva Marie Everson and Linda Evans Shepherd.