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•  50 Essential Things To Do: When the Doctor Says It's Cancer.

Top 10 Cancer Sites, Treatment Centers, and Cancer Books for Newly Diagnosed Patients.

Cancer Patients: Know Your Rights.

Understanding Prognosis and Cancer Statistics - answers the most important question, "What is my prognosis?"

Find a Cancer Treatment Center

How You Can Help Your Doctor new!

Making a Difference in Your Cancer Treatment with Good Nutrition

 
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Stop Smoking: "My grandfather has smoked for 50 years, he is still very healthy." True, your grandfather might be the lucky one.  But considering more than 170,000 patients diagnosed with lung cancer in 2000, and more than three forth of them will die from the disease, should you think about stopping this bad habit? Click here for more information on Lung Cancer.

Save Your Skin: Skin cancers are the most common types of cancer in the United States.  More than half million people are diagnosed with skin cancer annually in our country, include the most serious cancer, Melanoma.  Sun exposure is one of the most important causes of skin cancer.   Visit our Skin Cancer Center to learn how you can prevent this disease with several simple steps.

Healthier Life Style: We now know that unhealthy diet and habits are related to many types of cancer, include esophageal cancer, pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, and many more.  Leading a healthier life helps you feel and look your best, takes less time than you might think, and reduces risk of getting cancer. Let the ACS Healthy Eating Cookbook help you to start.
 

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1. Questions about cancer or its treatment? Get answers from a board-certified oncologist. Click here to  visit our Ask An Oncologist service.

2. The Cancer Patient's Workbook: Everything You Need to Stay Organized and Informed!

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. 50 Essential Things To Do: When the Doctor Says It's Cancer.

4. Subscribe the monthly newsletter of The Cancer Informa- 
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5. Click for cancer Books recommended by our Oncologists.  You may purchase these books with discount price directly through our links with Amazon .com.
 
At Face Value: My Struggle With A Disfiguring Cancer - A cancer survivor's story by Terry Healey.  Terry was diagnosed with Fibrosarcoma in 1984.  He had extensive radiation treatment after "too many surgeries to count," and has been cancer free since 1986.

Cancer Support Group Mailing List - This is a mailing list for general cancer information, include lung cancer.

Financial Assistance  for Cancer Care - provides an extensive listing of resources available that may offer financial assistance to help cover costs of cancer care.
 
Top 10 Questions after Cancer Diagnosis - Virtual Hospital provides this informative lecture hitting all the major points about diagnosis and treatment.
  Ask a Physician - From Mayo Health - Do you have specific questions or concerns? Click here to ask a specialist, or browse frequently asked questions about cancer.
  Web casts - Alphacancer provides  discussions between leading health professionals on a particular topic.  Currently available topics include breast cancer and colon cancer.

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