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         Cancer:     more books (102)
  1. The Anti-Cancer Cookbook by Dr. Julia Greer, 2008-10-15
  2. When God & Cancer Meet by Lynn Eib, 2002-07
  3. The Biology of Cancer by Robert A. Weinberg, 2006-06-09
  4. The Breast Cancer Survivor's Fitness Plan (Harvard Medical School Guides) by Carolyn M. Kaelin, Francesca Coltrera, et all 2006-08-10
  5. You Can Beat Prostate Cancer by Robert J. Marckini, 2007-02-21
  6. Breast Cancer Survival Manual, Fourth Edition: A Step-by-Step Guide for the Woman With Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer by John Link, 2007-02-06
  7. Help Me Live: 20 Things People with Cancer Want You to Know by Lori Hope, 2005-05-01
  8. The Definitive Guide to Cancer, 3rd Edition: An Integrative Approach to Prevention, Treatment, and Healing (Alternative Medicine Guides) by Lise N. Alschuler, Karolyn A. Gazella, 2010-04-27
  9. How to Fight Cancer & Win by William L. Fischer, 1992-10-01
  10. Chicken Soup for the Breast Cancer Survivor's Soul: Stories to Inspire, Support and Heal (Chicken Soup for the Soul) by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, et all 2006-10-01
  11. Cancer on Five Dollars a Day (chemo not included): How Humor Got Me Through the Toughest Journey of My Life by Robert Schimmel, 2009-01-06
  12. AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (Edge, AJCC Cancer Staging Manual)
  13. Healed of Cancer by Dodie Osteen, 1986-12-01
  14. Just Get Me Through This!: The Practical Guide to Breast Cancer by Deborah A. Cohen, M.D., Robert M. Gelfand, 2000-05-01

41. AACR - Home | American Association For Cancer Research
Founded in 1907, the American Association for cancer Research is a professionalsociety of more than 24000 laboratory, translational, and clinical
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Activated Vitamin D and NSAIDs Form One-Two Punch Against Prostate Cancer Cells
Breast Cancer Risk Increased for African Americans with Mitochondrial DNA Variant
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42. Angel On My Shoulder - Furthering The Well-being Of Those Affected By The Cancer
Camp Angel and Camp Teen Angel costfree weekend retreats for kids affected by cancer through a loved one. Held at Camp Luther in Three Lakes, Wisconsin, and Camp Manito-Wish YMCA in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. Dates, photos, forms, and program details.
Angel On My Shoulder a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was conceived and created by Lolly Rose in 1995 following the loss of her husband, Dick, to a spiritual and courageous battle with cancer.
Angel On My Shoulder was founded with the hope that this foundation would become the emotional backbone of the cancer affected community, dedicated to its mission of improving the quality of life for those who have been afflicted with or affected by cancer.
Angel On My Shoulder's Board of Directors continues to implement programs that provide comfort and support to those in need. They are continually looking for other ways to provide support, comfort and understanding to the cancer affected community.
Angel On My Shoulder , is grateful for all who dedicate their time and talents. Browse the various pages of this site to learn more about our various programs. Then please contact us , and we will be in touch as soon as heavenly possible, to begin a wonderful journey together. Thank you so much.
As Angels it is our objective and purpose:
To further the well-being of those affected by the cancer crisis through the empowerment of individuals, enhancements of quality of life and perpetuation of a vision of limitless possibilities;

43. Sloan-Kettering - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
A world leader in cancer treatment, early detection, and education. (New YorkCity (Manhattan)
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Information by Type of Cancer - AIDS-Associated Cancers - Bladder Cancer - Bone Cancer - Metastatic Brain Tumors - Pediatric Brain Tumors - Breast Cancer - Male Breast Cancer - Cervical Cancer - Colorectal Cancer - Esophageal Cancer - Gastric (Stomach) Cancer - Gestational Trophoblastic Disease - Kidney Cancer - Leukemia - Liver Cancer - Liver Metastases - Lung Cancer - Lymphomas - Melanoma - Multiple Myeloma - Myelodysplastic Syndrome - Neuroblastoma - Ovarian Cancer - Pancreatic Cancer - Pediatric Cancers - Pituitary Tumors - Prostate Cancer - Rare Hematologic Disorders - Rare Solid Tumors - Retinoblastoma - Skin Cancer - Soft-Tissue Sarcoma - Testicular Cancer - Thyroid Cancer - Uterine Cancers - Wilms' Tumor
Scientists Discover Anti-Cancer Mechanism that Arrests Early Prostate Cancer . Researchers Identify Gene Set Linked to Breast Cancer's Spread to Lungs.

44. Wiley InterScience :: Session Cookies Free Daily Overview Horoscope for cancer from Astrology.comGet FREE Horoscopes and Astrology from Daily, Weekly, Monthly andLove Horoscopes as well as Chinese Astrology and celestial insight into

45. CancerQuest : Home Page
Designed to inform and empower patients and their families, as well as others, interested in the biology of cancer growth, metastasis, detection, and treatment from Emory Univ.


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Ahora tambi©n en espa±ol. Haga un click sobre ESPA‘OL al tope de la pagina.
Now also available in Spanish. Click on ESPA‘OL at the top of the page.
Coming Soon to CancerQuest Over the coming months, we'll be adding some great new features!
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Take a sneak peek at one of our video features (Flash video)! This site was created to teach the biology of cancer. No assumptions are made about previous knowledge of cancer or biology. The target audience for our site includes cancer patients, their families and friends, medical workers and others interested in the subject. We hope to inform the curious and empower current cancer patients and survivors of cancer with a better understanding of the disease process and the approaches currently taken in cancer treatment. The following list of links will introduce you to the site and allow you to fully utilize the information presented. Please take a moment to look over this information. We hope you will find the site useful.

46. NCCN - National Comprehensive Cancer Network Homepage
A notfor-profit alliance of international cancer centers which develops, evaluates,and disseminates practice guidelines to support health professionals
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Authoritative information about the appropriate use of drugs and biologics in cancer care.
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Access free online learning opportunities.
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Order CD-ROMs, monographs and other materials.
The standard for clinical policy in oncology, these guidelines cover more than 95% of all cancers and are updated at least annually. Major Guideline Updates
Clinical Trials for Patients
Find a clinical trial near you.
Treatment Guidelines for Patients
Make well-informed choices about your health care. Available in English and Spanish, these easy-to-read guidelines outline current information about treatment options. Developed by NCCN in partnership with the American Cancer Society.
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47. Män Och Cancer
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48. Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
The Susan G. Komen Breast cancer Foundation is dedicated to education and researchon breast cancer causes, treatment and the search for a cure.

49. Cancer Facts And Figures
Concise summary from the American cancer Society of tobacco use, cigarettes, trends in smoking, profiling smokers, costs of tobacco, nicotine addiction, secondhand smoke, spit tobacco, and industrial hazards.
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The American Cancer Society tracks cancer occurence, including the number of deaths, cases, and how long people survive after diagnosis. ACS also tracks data regarding behaviors that influence the risk of developing cancer and the use of screening tests. Statistics Statistics for 2004 Statistics for 2003 Statistics for 2002 ... I Want to Help Help in the fight against cancer. Donate and volunteer. It's easy and fun! Learn more Statistics for 2005 The ACS tracks cancer occurrence, including the number of deaths, cases, and how long people survive after diagnosis. ACS also tracks data regarding behaviors that influence the risk of developing cancer and the use of screening tests. Caution: age-adjusted to the 2000 population standard of the United States. This change in method will affect the comparability of the new report's data with that of previous years. The new approach will result in some dramatic changes in the rates of cancer incidence and mortality, rates at different ages, magnitude of improvement in cancer, and racial and ethnic differences.
Presents data on cancer incidence, mortality, survival, and cancer risk factors, and annual estimates of expected new cancer cases and deaths. A special section covers cancers linked to infectious diseases. Also available: the

50. Welcome To Macmillan
Macmillan cancer Relief helping people living with cancer.

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Carluccio's Celebration of Italian Film, 9 - 15 September 2005
Presenting the glorious, glamorous world of Italian Cinema at The Everyman Cinema Club, Hampstead, through specially selected classic and contemporary...
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51. Cancer Survival - How Can This Help You
Provides vital cancer information, latest cancer research and alternative cancer treatment. Books and videos.
CANCER HELP -INDEX- AMAS Blood Test Access to Reliable Tests Chemo-Sensitivity Testing Timing of Breast Cancer Surgery Circadian Timing of Chemotherapy Delivery Psychological Aspects of Cancer Cancer Profile Characteristics Finding a Cancer Therapist Mediation on Taking Medicine Within Linus Pauling's Regimen For Better Health ESSIAC Recipe - Found on the Internet
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This website will give you information that will help you survive cancer.
It includes suggestions for increasing survival odds, important articles, recommended reading, selected books and videos, and links to some of the best cancer sites on the net. After reading "How This Can Help You", please take the time to read the Introduction , and most importantly the Survival Suggestions . These suggestions plus the articles available in the Cancer Help section are some of the most important and little known pieces of information that can help you stay alive. Also checkout the

52. CancerGuide: Steve Dunn's Cancer Information Page
With the big exception of Kidney cancer, I don t maintain much How to researchyour cancer from gathering basic information to delving into the latest
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CancerGuide is created by Steve Dunn, a fellow survivor. For more information about this site and about me, see the About CancerGuide Section CancerGuide is different from most sites. It is primarily about helping you learn how to find the answers to your questions and especially to helping you learn what questions you need to ask. I also cover other aspects of coping from attitude to finances. With the big exception of Kidney Cancer , I don't maintain much information on treatment of specific cancers, although I will guide you to such information elsewhere. CancerGuide will help you to understand your options as deeply as you want to or need to. This includes delving into the latest technical medical literature on your disease. Although it may be difficult, when you are fighting your life you can learn to understand things considered by some to be too difficult for laymen, so nothing here is dumbed down. I hope the serious effort it takes to gain a real understanding will pay off for you as it did for me. At the same time this path is not for everyone. You may want to read about the Pros and Cons of Researching Your Cancer before going any further.

53. Camp Carole-Home Page
Nonprofit camp in Moultonboro, New Hampshire for children with cancer. Activities, contact information, history, and feedback.
Our Mission
The Carole Fund, Camp Carole, is a unique organization dedicated to offering programs that provide positive opportunities and a safe haven for young people with cancer. The underlying mission is to encourage them to simply be themselves, to enable them to have fun, and to allow normalcy to return to their lives. These programs are offered at no cost to the families who participate.
Our History
The Carole Fund was founded in 1983, borne out of one family's encounter with cancer. Carol Egan was 21 years old when she died following six years of treatment for Ewings sarcoma. Her Parents, Patricia and William, wanted to turn their ordeal into a positive experience. They decided to dedicate their lives to helping others like their daughter by founding Camp Carole. The Carole Fund experiences are distinguished by a warm and welcoming atmosphere- like an extended family. It is the sense of unconditional acceptance and comfort that enables the self esteem of the participants to flourish. The Carole Fund offers young people the chance to lighten their load by sharing good times with one another and with people who honestly understand while they are in a safe, nurturing, and caring environment. The number of children enrolled in any of the programs is kept small to ensure personalized attention from the dedicated staff.

54. CureSearch | Home
Childhood cancer disease, treatment and support articles for families, patients,survivors and health professionals. Information about advocacy programs,
Cancer is a journey, unique to each who travels through it. Select the phase that your child is in to learn more information.
Learn about a specific type of cancer and the treatment options available.
Understand the relative risks and benefits of specific treatment methods. Prepare for and prevent side effects that occur as a result of treatment. Maintain a healthy lifestyle and find ways to provide others with support. Hurricane Katrina
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55. Madeline Kahn Battles Ovarian Cancer
Nov. 11, 1999 Madeline Kahn battles ovarian cancer By Dr. Jonathan M. Sackier and John Morgan, A Doctor in Your Madeline Kahn goofs with Bill Cosby during the shooting of their CBS show `Cosby` (AP).

56. Cancer Research Institute: Exploring The Body’s Immune System As A Way To Preve
The cancer Research Institute funds research aimed at furthering the developmentof immunological approaches to control cancer, cure cancer and to prevent
T he Cancer Research Institute was founded in 1953 to foster the science of cancer immunology, which is based on the premise that the body's immune system can be mobilized against cancer. This field, which CRI helped pioneer and develop, has been recognized throughout the world as offering great hope for the ultimate prevention and treatment of human cancer. For five decades, the Institute has been a sustaining force in cancer and immunology research. The Institute has supported more than 2,750 scientists and clinicians at leading universities and research centers worldwide. All such funding decisions are made by its Scientific Advisory Council consisting of 67 of the world's leading immunologists, including 5 Nobel Laureates, 26 members of the National Academy of Sciences, and 24 members of the Academy of Cancer Immunology On average, nearly 90 cents of every dollar CRI raises goes directly to the support of science, medical, and research programs. CRI is one of only four cancer charities in the U.S. to receive an A grade for fiscal disclosure and efficiency from the American Institute of Philanthropy. Click here for more information Upcoming Events CRI Junior Council's "Fall Fete" Scheduled for Sept. 21 at The Racquet and Tennis Club in New York City

57. Cancer Research Initiatives, National Cancer Institute
This site provides information on current cancer research funding opportunities supported by the National cancer Institute.
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Most of NCI's initiatives are intentionally defined in broad terms so as to support research on all or many types of cancer. View all NCI initiatives by type of research, regardless of disease specificity.
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58. Cancer Care Treatments - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
The DanaFarber cancer Institute is dedicated to providing cancer care for itscancer patients and committed to developing cancer treatments, cancer cures
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59. Light-to-moderate Drinking Appears To Have Little Effect On The Risk For Breast
A new study in 'Alcoholism Clinical Experimental Research' confirms that heavy drinking increases risk for breast cancer, but that light to moderate drinking appears to have little effect on a woman's risk for breast cancer.
Public release date: 14-Jul-2004
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Light-to-moderate drinking appears to have little effect on the risk for breast cancer
  • The relationship between alcohol consumption and breast cancer remains complicated.
  • A new study confirms earlier findings that heavy drinking increases risk for breast cancer, in this case, predominantly among premenopausal women.
  • This risk exists independent of alcohol type (beer, wine or spirits).
  • Light-to-moderate drinking appears to have little effect on a woman's risk for breast cancer.
In an effort to clarify the relationship between alcohol consumption and the risk of developing breast cancer, a study in the July issue of examines the influence of alcohol intake and type of beverage (beer, wine or spirits) on breast cancer in relation to menopausal status. Findings support previous research showing that heavy drinking increases risk for breast cancer, predominantly among premenopausal women; however, this risk exists independent of alcohol type. Light-to-moderate drinking appears to have little effect on a woman's risk for breast cancer. "For a number of years, it has been known that a high alcohol intake implies an increased risk of breast cancer," said Morten Grønbæk, professor of alcohol research at the Centre for Alcohol Research at the National Institute of Public Health in Denmark. "The ongoing discussion has been whether or not there is an increased risk among light-to-moderate drinkers as well."

The World Health Organization s leading source for information about cancer.The mission is to coordinate and conduct research on causes and to develop
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IARC NEWS Joint News Release WHO/IAEA/UNDP/39 - 5 September 2005
20 Years Later a UN Report Provides Definitive Answers and Ways to Repair Lives
A total of up to 4000 people could eventually die of radiation exposure from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant (NPP) accident nearly 20 years ago, an international team of more than 100 scientists has concluded.

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