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  • Cancer.gov: Credible, current and comprehensive cancer information from the U.S. National Cancer Institute.
  • CancerGuide: A survivor provides a comprehensive orientation to help motivated patients begin to actively engage their disease and their health care team.
  • A Notebook Guide for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients: Information for people who have just received the diagnosis. Includes links, a message board and details about the author.
  • ACOR Support: Links-based listing by the Association of Online Cancer Resources.
  • ACS: Statistics: American Cancer Society presents an array of related statistics.
  • About.com: Cancer: Presents general overview information on many of the main kinds of tumors. Includes news, doctor search, glossary and access to support hotlines.
  • AllExperts Oncology Q&A: Comprehensive directory of cancer experts volunteering to answer both general and disease-specific questions.
  • BBC News: Cancer the Facts: A guide to several types of tumors and their treatments including audio from experts, survivors' stories and news archives.
  • Best Practices: Cancer Prevention and Control: National Governor's Association `resource` designed to provide a clearinghouse of standards related to tumor care.
  • COX-2 Inhibitors: Cancer: Information about these treatment agents which is based on an educational grant from the Pharmacia company.
  • Cancer Advice UK: Advice and information about diagnosis and treatment issues. Includes leaflets, book suggestions, links and support groups.
  • Cancer Chart: Quick reference listing of the most common tumor types.
  • Cancer Consultants.com: Provides information on treatment and prevention for patients and professionals.
  • Cancer Dictionary & Acronyms: Terminology and abbreviations presented in a searchable format.
  • Cancer Forums: Online discussions on various types of cancers. Includes topics such as coping, support, clinical trials and treatment options.
  • Cancer Information Services: Information from the U.S. National Cancer Institute including access to links, press releases and publications.
  • Cancer Leadership Council: A patient-centered forum of national advocacy organizations addressing public policy issues.
  • Cancer Lynx: An online 'zine for patients and professionals.
  • Cancer Matters: Contains information, treatment options, and resources on a range of cancers. Also includes links to general resources, and a directory of services and resources located in a number of US cities.
  • Cancer Mondial: The International Agency for Research on Cancer provides access to reports and databases on occurrence and characteristics.
  • Cancer Monthly: Presents information on research results.
  • Cancer Network.com: Information `resource` aimed at health professionals. Requires registration.
  • Cancer Nutrition Center: Explores the link between tumors and nutrition. Offers dietary advice for patients.
  • Cancer Options UK: Designed to help patients and families find appropriate treatment options and services. Provides access to a nurse specialist.
  • Cancer Page: Information and community resources including chat rooms, message boards, physician directory and clinical trials.
  • Cancer Rates and Risks: Provides international incidence and mortality rates including information about risk factors. From the U.S. National Cancer Institute.
  • Cancer Site Finder.com: Offers links to websites with assessment descriptions.
  • Cancer Survivors Project: A community `resource` for long term survivors. Includes access to the ACOR email discussion group.
  • Cancer-help.org: Links to articles about tumors, treatments and care.
  • Cancer.com: Provides treatment information, support `group` listings, online education, decision-making resources, physician locator services and risk assessment tools.
  • CancerBACUP: Information and support from this UK organization which addresses many of the types of tumors. Includes access to online booklets and other resources.
  • CancerCare: Topics of interest to patients and their families including treatment side-effects, pain control, nutrition and bereavement.
  • CancerDirect: Patient consultation service offering treatment advice, online second opinions and oncologist referral for individual disease.
  • CancerEducation: Disseminates educational programming in a multimedia electronic clips format. Aimed at both a lay and professional audience.
  • CancerExperts MD: Physcians located in Boston offer second opinions and personalized case reviews. Provides an online ask-a-doctor service.
  • CancerFit: Details the activities of a program at the Sedona Racquet Club in Arizona. Designed to help survivors maintain good physical, emotional and spiritual fitness.
  • CancerHelpOnline: Links to many related support sites.
  • CancerLinks.org: Resources about the condition and treatment in a links format.
  • CancerNausea.com: Presents information to help manage nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy or radiation treatments.
  • CancerNews.com: Articles and links pertaining to many related topics.
  • CancerSource: Provides information about prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment and symptom management. Offers access to news, support groups and email lists.
  • CancerSupport UK: An online directory of resources.
  • CancerSupportChat.org: Presents access to online discussion, chat and support.
  • CancerSymptoms: Discusses common symptoms related to cancer treatment. Provides email access to a nurse for questions.
  • CancerTrack: Access to related news, books and links.
  • Cancerlinksusa.com: Information and links for all types of tumors.
  • Cellscience: A-Z Cancer Directory: Links-based listing in areas such as research, hospitals, charities, funding and education.
  • Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting: A detailed review of this subject in pdf format aimed at the professional level.
  • Conversations in Care: Explores the challenges surrounding physician and patient communications in cancer.
  • DIPEx: Cancer: Includes audio and video interviews of patient experiences.
  • Don't Say That Word: Provides an online forum on cancer, information, personal stories, poetry and remembrance pages. Graphics-intensive.
  • Guide to Internet Resources for Cancer: Non-profit directory of information sorted by disease type, country and treatment.
  • HCA Cancer Guides: General information including treatment options.
  • Health Professionals: Cancer Resources: Links to sites around the world from this Manchester, England hospital resource.
  • Hematology Oncology News & Issues: Headline news and articles for cancer professionals and patients.
  • Hologuides: Cancer: Information about various tumors in a links format.
  • Imperial Cancer Research Fund: News and information about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of this condition. A UK charity site.
  • InteliHealth: Cancer: Medical information, articles and news covering a variety of tumors and related issues.
  • Ladies Home Journal: Cancer: Links to articles about skin and breast tumors.
  • MCW Healthlink: Cancer: Medical College of Wisconsin Physicians and Clinics `resource` which provides news articles and information about recent developments.
  • Manage CINV: Offers patients and professionals information about chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
  • MedicineNet: Cancer: Presents information such as prevention and treatment side-effects. Also gives resources including links, articles and support groups.
  • Meds.com: Cancer Glossary: Aims to provide a better understanding of words frequently used in patient care.
  • Mount Zion: Hyperthermia Treatment: Provides information about this treatment and research modality for use in cancer at the University of California at San Francisco.
  • NCI Center for Cancer Research: U.S. government `resource` which provides access to information for researchers and about collaborations. Aimed at the professional level.
  • Nature: Cancer Update: Service which provides access to news articles and reports about recent research activity. Registration required.
  • NetCancerAlert: Provides access to articles and links which are oncology related.
  • NetHealthBook: Cancer: Symptoms, diagnostic tests and treatments of the most common cancers are described.
  • Nexcura: Cancer Facts: Provides current information and access to a clinical trials profiler.
  • On Top of Cancer: Links-based guide to Internet resource.
  • OncoLink: Extensive information including news, prevention, clinical trials, conferences and psychosocial support from the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center.
  • Oncology Interactive Education Series: Commercial audio-visual educational resources for patients.
  • People Living With Cancer: Patient information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
  • Radiofrequency Ablation: Cancer: Brief summary of a technique which may be used for treatment. Includes a FAQ, message board and illustrations.
  • Rare Adult & Pediatric Cancers: Provides information, support, forums, links and news.
  • Romanian Cancer League: Eastern European organization with aims of education, prevention, treatment, support and advocacy.
  • Shirley's Wellness Cafe: Promotes holistic and alternative approaches for cancer prevention and treatment.
  • Suite 101: Articles and links about cancer treatments.
  • Target Tumors: Information about targeted therapy approach in relation to a number of solid tumors.
  • The "Y" Cancer Foundation: AOL discussion `group` aimed at providing information and support.
  • The Cancer Letter: Periodical which supplies news and current information about the state of research and treatment.
  • The Cancer Supportive Care Programs: Book excerpts covering such topics as psychosocial issues, support, nutrition, pain control and spirituality.
  • The World Against Cancer: A conduit source consisting primarily of multi-lingual search engines.
  • Topix.net: Cancer News: Headline news and content on related issues.
  • USnews.com: Best Cancer Hospitals: Ranking by the magazine of the fifty top cancer hospitals in the United States. With criteria.
  • Untangling the Web: Provides access to disability resources including those needed for cancer care support.
  • WebMD Health: Cancer: Consumer health site which includes information for the newly diagnosed, as well as for those coping with chemotherapy.
  • World Oncology Network: World directory of cancer specialists and hematologists.
  • Yahoo Health: Chemotherapy Center: Information on chemotherapy including basic facts, what to expect, side effects and a FAQ.
  • Yahoo Health: Radiation Therapy Center: Information including basic facts, what to expect and side effects.
  • ZoeMed.com: Cancer Life Center: Presents an array of resources. Supported in partnership by the Ortho Biotech pharmaceutical firm.
  • atCancer: Gives access to a MEDLINE-related search engine, as well as to reference links.
  • eMedicine Health: What You Need to Know: Consumer health `resource` center providing general information on cancer prevention, symptoms and treatment.
  • eMedicine Health: Cancer Symptoms: Consumer health `resource` center providing information on common symptoms.

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