WebMD
www.webmd.com
 
Trustworthy, comprehensive information for laymen on a variety of diseases and conditions, wellness and prevention, clinical trials, and more. Website also features online tools for storing health info, drug records, and searchable databases to help find doctors and health insurance.
 
PubMed
www.pubmed.gov
 
A free search engine for finding MEDLINE citations and others from medical research journals. A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine, it contains 18 million citations from more than 5,000 journals in the U.S. and 80+ countries. New citations added weekly.
 
Medscape
www.medscape.com
 
Exhaustive information on prescription drugs and medical articles aimed primarily at healthcare professionals, but accessible (with free registration) to consumers. Reports, primarily academic in format, require some familiarity with medical terminology.
 
Association of Cancer Online Resources (ACOR)
www.acor.org
 
Smart, well-organized starting point for online cancer research. Online mailing lists foster an active, informative community among those touched by cancer. Helpful links to support, resources, financial assistance, clinical trials, news, and research.
 
Cancer Support Community
www.cancersupportcommunity.org
1-888-793-9355
 
Uniting The Wellness Community and Gilda’s Club Worldwide, the Cancer Support Community is an international non-profit dedicated to providing support, education, and hope to people affected by cancer.
 
Imerman Angels
www.imermanangels.org
1-877-274-5529
 
Free one-on-one support: connecting cancer fighters, survivors, and 
caregivers. Imerman Angels partners a person fighting cancer with 
someone who has beaten the same type of cancer. Visit website for 
info about the service and to request support.
 
Lance Armstrong Foundation
www.livestrong.org
1-866-673-7205
 
The Lance Armstrong Foundation (aka Livestrong) provides comprehensive support resources for survivors of all types of cancer. Notably, they have a Treatment Options tool, a micro-site to help patients develop a personalized plan for post-treatment care (livestrongcareplan.org), survivor videos, and clinical trial listings.
 
Look Good, Feel Better
www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org
1-800-395-LOOK
 
Free program helps women and teens cope with appearance-related 
changes from cancer treatment. On website: step-by-step tips for skin 
care, makeup, and hair care from experts, “before” and “after” pictures, info on group workshops in all 50 states. English and Spanish.
 
The Oncofertility Consortium
www.oncofertility.northwestern.edu
1-312-503-3378
 
The Oncofertility Consortium® is a national, interdisciplinary initiative 
designed to address the complex health care and quality-of-life issues that concern young cancer patients whose fertility may be threatened by their disease or its treatment. Resources available for patients, healthcare professionals, researchers, scholars, and educators.