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Cancer is the common term for tumors (neoplasms) characterized by uncontrolled growth at the cell level. The branch of medicine concerned with diagnosis, treatment, and research into the causes of cancer is oncology. Cancer medical specialists are termed oncologist. Best Category 500 to 5000 Sites Winner
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Credible, current cancer information from the U.S. National Cancer Institute.
American Cancer Society presents an array of related statistics.
Links to articles about skin and breast tumors.
A patient-centered forum of national advocacy organizations addressing public policy issues.
Periodical which supplies news and current information about the state of research and treatment.
An online 'zine for patients and professionals.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer provides access to reports and databases on occurrence and characteristics.
Book excerpts covering such topics as psychosocial issues, support, nutrition, pain control and spirituality.
Patient information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Includes cancer types, treatments, survivorship, advocacy, resources, podcasts, and news.
Disseminates educational programming in a multimedia electronic clips format. Requires registration for complete access.
Scott Hamilton’s chemotherapy site offers general treatment information for cancer patients.
Provides educational information on therapy for cancer patients, including chemo side-effects. Sponsored by the Amgen firm.
Consumer health resource center providing general information on cancer prevention, symptoms and treatment.
Consumer health resource center providing information on common symptoms.
Presents a country-specific annotated list of resources that chronicle patients' personal experiences.
Multimedia guide on the biology of cancer. Offers interviews with researchers, and animations on the underlying science.
Information and support from this UK organization which addresses many of the types of tumors. Includes access to online booklets and other resources.
Presents information such as prevention and treatment side-effects. Also gives resources including links, articles and support groups.
Research and education in all measures of care for patients with these diseases.
NCCN is a not-for-profit alliance of centers that develops practice guidelines to help in making informed treatment decisions.
U.S. government resource which provides access to information for researchers and about collaborations. Aimed at the professional level.
Includes information including news, prevention, clinical trials, conferences and psychosocial support from the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center.
Commercial audio-visual educational resources for patients.
Web-based resource that presents information on a number of the less common cancers.
Provides access to disability resources including those needed for cancer care support.
Ranking by the magazine of the fifty top cancer hospitals in the United States.
Presents general overview information on many of the main kinds of tumors. Includes news, doctor search, glossary and access to support hotlines.
Consumer health site which includes information for the newly diagnosed, as well as for those coping with chemotherapy.
An open-publishing wiki portal for those interested in this topic. Available for viewing or editing.
A guide to several types of tumors and their treatments including audio from experts, survivors' stories and news archives. (March 17, 2000)
Credible, current cancer information from the U.S. National Cancer Institute.
Presents general overview information on many of the main kinds of tumors. Includes news, doctor search, glossary and access to support hotlines.
Presents a country-specific annotated list of resources that chronicle patients' personal experiences.
Links to articles about skin and breast tumors.
Commercial audio-visual educational resources for patients.
Includes information including news, prevention, clinical trials, conferences and psychosocial support from the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center.
American Cancer Society presents an array of related statistics.
Ranking by the magazine of the fifty top cancer hospitals in the United States.
Information and support from this UK organization which addresses many of the types of tumors. Includes access to online booklets and other resources.
Patient information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Includes cancer types, treatments, survivorship, advocacy, resources, podcasts, and news.
Disseminates educational programming in a multimedia electronic clips format. Requires registration for complete access.
U.S. government resource which provides access to information for researchers and about collaborations. Aimed at the professional level.
Research and education in all measures of care for patients with these diseases.
Consumer health site which includes information for the newly diagnosed, as well as for those coping with chemotherapy.
Consumer health resource center providing information on common symptoms.
Periodical which supplies news and current information about the state of research and treatment.
An online 'zine for patients and professionals.
Provides access to disability resources including those needed for cancer care support.
Scott Hamilton’s chemotherapy site offers general treatment information for cancer patients.
Multimedia guide on the biology of cancer. Offers interviews with researchers, and animations on the underlying science.
Web-based resource that presents information on a number of the less common cancers.
Consumer health resource center providing general information on cancer prevention, symptoms and treatment.
An open-publishing wiki portal for those interested in this topic. Available for viewing or editing.
Book excerpts covering such topics as psychosocial issues, support, nutrition, pain control and spirituality.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer provides access to reports and databases on occurrence and characteristics.
NCCN is a not-for-profit alliance of centers that develops practice guidelines to help in making informed treatment decisions.
Presents information such as prevention and treatment side-effects. Also gives resources including links, articles and support groups.
A patient-centered forum of national advocacy organizations addressing public policy issues.
Provides educational information on therapy for cancer patients, including chemo side-effects. Sponsored by the Amgen firm.
A guide to several types of tumors and their treatments including audio from experts, survivors' stories and news archives. (March 17, 2000)

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