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American Cancer Society
The ACS is a nationwide community-based voluntary health organization. Its Web site and the ACS free phone line provide information on cancer treatment, early detection, and prevention, as well as cancer statistics and information on a variety of services available to cancer patients and their families.
The National Cancer Institute provides accurate, up-to-date information on many types of cancer, information on clinical trials, resources for people dealing with cancer, and information for researchers and health professionals.
This site gives patients, family members, and oncology professionals access to various online resources, including specific information on many types of cancer. Online membership application is required, but membership is free. is a New York-based company, with medical advisors from leading U.S. cancer centers and institutions.
The consumer portion of the site includes interactive tools that match an individual's medical history and test results with the medical literature and generate personalized reports of treatment options, side effects, and outcomes. The consumer portion also includes email discussion groups and a list of support groups. The physician portion includes cancer literature, drug and clinical trials information, news, and online discussion forums.
This site has cancer information and news and includes stage-specific treatment guidelines, support group chats, and email access to oncology nurses covering general medical information and information on support organizations and groups. is a free online service provided by a healthcare company.

CancerTrack is a source of cancer news that is updated every 15 minutes. It also has information on books and provides links to resources on many types of cancer.

OncoLink, from the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center, presents cancer information for patients and health care professionals. It also links to more than 50 journal and newsletter Web sites.

TeleSCAN: Telematic Services in Cancer
This European-based site has links to cancer information sources for patients and the public, health care professionals, and researchers.

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