Note: The links we list are for reference only, since we cannot fully review and endorse all content.
Cancer information service: 800-422-6237
National Cancer Institute: 800-422-6237
American Cancer Society: 800 227 2345
www.y-me.org (National breast cancer organization)
www.nabco.org (National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations)
ww.networkofstrength.org (breast cancer network of strength)
www.lbbc.org (Living Beyond Breast Cancer)
www.pbc.org (People Beating Cancer)
www.youngsurvival.org (Young Survival Coalition - breast cancer)
Mesothelioma - The Mesothelioma Center is an up-to-date resource for all mesothelioma, cancers that are caused by asbestos exposure (lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, etc.).
www.bmtinfonet.org (blood and marrow transplant information)
www.thegoc.org (Geriatric Oncology Consortium)
www.gildasclub.org (Gilda's Club Worldwide)
www.lls.org (Leukemia & Lymphoma Society)
www.canceradvocacy.org (National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship)
www.ovarian.org (National Ovarian Cancer Coalition)
www.braintumor.org (Brain Tumor Society)
www.thca.org (Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Association)
www.stephanierobinson.org (Leukemia/Lymphoma help)
www.ccalliance.org (colon cancer alliance)
www.copingmag.com (monthly coping with cancer magazine)
Association of Cancer Online Resources
Hospice and Palliative Care
www.nho.org (hospice and palliative care information)
www.caringinfo.org (caring connections - improving end of life)
www.project-compassion.org (North Carolina)
www.thehealingproject.org (enhancing quality of life)
Children and cancer
www.warts.org/library/cancer-resources-for-kids.html - a wonderful list of links to useful child cancer support organizations
Cancer Kids- A fun site to help children learn about cancer. This site has incredible stories explaining cancer to kids.
Childhood Leukemia Center- This Center has been created especially for parents and others caring for a child with leukemia or other cancer.
www.children-cancer.com/ (National Children’s Cancer Society)
Outlook- The focus of Outlook is to address the needs of survivors of childhood cancer and their families.
Parents Against Cancer- This web site is for people whose lives have somehow been touched by childhoodcancer and blood disorders and to keep you in touch with things happening both in the hospital and in the outpatient setting. It is also a channel to find out about many of the events and people that you care about.
Squirrel Tales- The place to come for practical tips and encouragement for the parents of kids with cancer. It's written by other Moms and Dads who face the battle of cancer in their families. Great site!!
nationalchildrenscancersociety.com - To improve the quality of life for children with cancer
http://www.cancerwarriors.org/ - help for children battling cancer.
www.heroesforchildren.org (Children in Texas battling cancer)
Parents Association for Seriously Ill Children- The Parents Association for Seriously Ill Children (PASIC) is a registered charity that was formed in 1977 by parents that had been or were involved with seriously ill children.
BraveKids- Resource for support services for children with life-threatening and terminal illnesses.
www.wellspouse.org (Support to spouses, partners of people with chronic illness)
www.lotsahelpinghandss.com and www.carepages.com - both free web pages to build a community of support.
www.roslalynncarter.org (support for caregivers)
www.project-compassion.org (support for caregivers)
www.thefamilycaregiver.org (National Family Caregivers Association)
www.caregiving.org (national Alliance for Caregiving)
www.care-givers.com (empowering caregivers)
www.caregiver.org (Family Caregiver Alliance)