Our Voices of Hope documentaries on peer support for breast cancer serve as virtual support groups for newly diagnosed patients and their loved ones, and are given to newly diagnosed patients by their physicians, all over the country.

Voices of Hope

In partnership with the Hastings Breast Cancer Support Group, Circle in the Field produced the two Voices of Hope documentaries, which are given by physicians and cancer care coordinators to newly diagnosed patients and their loved ones, all over the country.

Voices of Hope shares twelve stories diverse of breast cancer survivors, from a variety of backgrounds, race, age, class and sexual orientation. The interviewees share treatment stories, fears, triumphs and laughter.

Voices of Hope: Family and Friends

Voices of Hope: Family and Friends shares stories of how friends and family coped together to support a loved one through breast cancer.  You will meet three generations of the Vasquez family, and the vibrant cousins, Nedy and Denise. You will meet Sam, who, at ten years old, remembers when his mother was diagnosed while he was in kindergarten. You’ll also meet two male breast cancer survivors, Dennis and Clete, who compares the experience to “being kicked by a horse.”