African Americans and Cancer
Cancer rates among African Americans are very high compared to other groups and this site has many links to information.
Children and Cancer
Read very basic and more detailed information. The site includes cancers in teenagers and young adults.
Information from the American Cancer Society on this leading cause of cancer.
Basic information is provided as well as advanced details about advanced issues; the site includes pictures and videos. Some information is also available in Spanish.
Learn About Cancer
The "learn about cancer" tab on the home page of the American Cancer Society leads users to a list of cancers and gives detailed information about each. The web site also includes information on everything from cancer prevention to dealing with end of life issues.
Leukemia in Children
This is a very informative site that covers what symptoms parents should look and more. It also covers information about issues after treatment.
A great place to go for thorough information.
Most Often Asked Questions About Cancer
Lots of answers and links from each to find more information.
The American Cancer Society tells men why they should be tested, suggests questions they need to ask their doctor, provides informational videos and more.
For patients and those who will be diagnosed, here is a glossary of terms, including drugs, associated with this cancer.
Signs and Symptoms
The signs and symptoms of cancer are discussed on the American Cancer Society website.
The site groups skin cancer into 3 groups: basal squamous cell, melanoma and lymphoma. By clicking on one of the choices you will see information ranging from signs, symptoms and diagnosis to survival rates.
The types of testicular cancers are described here.
Videos on Living with Cancer
Videos on dealing with cancer are linked to this site.