Reach to Recovery International is a network of individuals, groups and organisations committed to improving the quality of life for women with breast cancer and their families through peer support, advocacy and consumer involvement in research.
Reach to Recovery International Membership is open to individuals, organisations and groups that offer support to breast cancer survivors through peer support, advocacy and consumer involvement in research, and to individuals interested in the activities of RRI. Membership is free of charge.
The Reach to Recovery International Breast Cancer Support Conference is held every two years. These meetings provide an opportunity for delegates from around the world to network, share, and develop skills. Participation is open to all interested groups and individuals. Photos and presentations from the 17th RRI Conference held in March 2013 in Cape Town, South Africa are now available.
World Cancer Declaration
Reach to Recovery International is a program of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) and is administrated by Cancer Council Queensland, Australia.
Sign the World Cancer Declaration! RRI supports the UICC World Cancer Declaration, a tool to help bring the growing cancer crisis to the attention of government leaders and health policymakers in order to significantly reduce the global cancer burden by 2020.
Bloom, the Reach to Recovery International e-newsletter, promotes the global exchange of current information on training, advocacy, research, volunteers and peer support. Bloom is available to RRI Members and the general public. To read the current or past editions of Bloom, join the mailing list or submit an article.
Reach to Recovery Mission - Reach to Recovery International is built on the simple yet universal principle: a woman who has lived through breast cancer and gives freely of her time to help another woman facing the same experience is a valuable source of support. Reach to Recovery International is committed to working to improve the quality of life for women with breast cancer and their families through a wide range of services offered worldwide.