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If you or a loved one are fighting cancer, please check out these helpful links:

  • Anti-Cancer: A New Way of Life, by David Servan-Schreiber MD PhD. This book describes natural methods of health care that contribute to preventing cancer or bolstering treatment. These methods are meant to serve as a complement to conventional approaches. Donate this book to a patient facing illness.
  • MD Anderson Clinical Trials - MD Anderson researchers conduct hundreds of clinical trials to test new treatments for both common and rare cancers. Look through their clinical trials database to find studies you may be eligible for.
  • MD Anderson Integrative Medicine Program - The Integrative Medicine Program provides evidence-based integrative medicine for cancer prevention, treatment, and survivorship to improve health outcomes.
  • American Cancer Society - Offers good resources and tips on how to stay healthy, where to find support & treatment, and latest research.
  • National Cancer Institute - Comprehensive cancer information.
  • Cancer.net - Provides timely, comprehensive, oncologist-approved information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), with support from the Conquer Cancer Foundation. 
  • ManageCancer.org - Provides cancer patients and their loved ones with information and links to valuable, up-to-date resources. 
  • Cancer Connection - Cancer survivors or family members who have cared for a loved one with cancer offer support, encouragement and most of all hope to others who are now facing cancer.
  • Cuck Fancer - Dedicated to raising awareness for young adult cancer and helping survivors get their feet back on the ground.
  • ColorCancer - Provides free at-home care supplies to cancer patients in need.
  • Financial Support - Offers links to resources that offer financial assistance for people dealing with cancer - medical bills, medications, legal issues, travel and accommodation costs for treatment.
  • Organization Assistance - Resources that can assist cancer patients and their loved ones in the day-to-day management of life with cancer - things like updating loved ones, keeping track of medications and appointments.
  • Support and Education - Links to resources that will help you to educate yourself about cancer and find support from various groups and organizations.
  • Research - New research from the Johns Hopkins University Ludwig Center

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