American Cancer Society (http://www.cancer.org/docroot/home/index.asp)
The leading national cancer organization offers information for cancer patients and their families on treatment, coping, statistics, prevention, early detection, financial issues and hospice care. Find information on activities, services, programs in your local area by entering your zip code
MedlinePlus Cancer Topics (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/cancers.html)
From the National Library of Medicine, consumer information on over 50 cancer topics each of which includes cancer news, current clinical trials, diagnosis and treatment, alternative and complementary therapies, organizations, prevention and screening, and statistics.
National Cancer Institute (http://www.cancer.gov/)
Comprehensive information for patients and physicians on cancer types, diagnosis and treatment, prevention, coping, screening and testing, genetics, and access to the Physicians Data Query (PDQ) a database of state of the art treatment protocols for different types of cancer.
Oncolink, University of Pennsylvania (http://cancer.med.upenn.edu/)
Comprehensive information on cancer types, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, screening and access to the Physicians Data Query (PDQ), a database of state of the art treatment protocols for different types of cancer. Has an “Ask the Experts” section and book and video reviews (under “Library”).