Cancer Resources

Education

  • CureSearch provides information about childhood cancer for patients, their families, physicians and health care advisors.
  • National Cancer Institute’s dictionary  contains more than 4,000 terms related to cancer and medicine.
  • National Cancer Institute’s glossary of statistical terms
  • Pediatric Oncology Resource Center is a Web-based resource center created by and for people who know children who have or had cancer.
  • CancerSource.com offers information about cancer and the services available to patients with this disease.
  • Cancer Index contains an overview of cancer resources on the Internet.
  • Brain Tumor Foundation for Children provides services for children of all ages and their families, including educational materials; scholarships; direct financial assistance for patients treated at Georgia hospitals; parent support group; and e-mail networking for parents.
  • National Brain Tumor Foundation is a not-for-profit health organization dedicated to providing information and support for brain tumor patients, family members and healthcare professionals while supporting innovative research into better treatment options and a cure for brain tumors.
  • Sarcoma Alliance works to extend and improve the lives of sarcoma patients through accurate diagnosis, improved access to care, education and support.
  • Bonetumor.org is a resource for patients and physicians that addresses many aspects of these conditions, including diagnosis and treatment matters.
  • Brave Kids  is a resource for support services for children with life-threatening and terminal illnesses.
  • American Cancer Society is dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by saving lives, diminishing suffering and preventing the disease through research, education, advocacy and service.

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