|The American Cancer Society is a nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem.|
|The American Society of Clinical Oncology has links to clinical practice guidelines, tools and resources, and evidence review. It also has links for people living with cancer and includes the latest news.|
|The National Cancer Institute offers information about topics, trials, statistics and research related to cancer, including an A-Z cancer guide.|
|Oncolink, run by the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, has the latest news on cancer treatment, research, oncology advances and clinical trials.|
|The Silent Spring Institute researches the environment and its impact on women's health and looks to find ways of preventing and reducing breast cancer caused by the environment.|
|The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, a global breast cancer movement, includes a multimedia library and features a variety of topics in breast cancer education.|
|The Young Survival Coalition is for women under 40 who may be dealing with issues related to cancer and fertility or pregnancy. Has an "Ask the Expert" feature with archived pages of questions answered by leading experts in the field.|
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