Blood & Cancer Center of East Texas is pleased to offer you online resources to assist in your continuing exploration for information about your treatment. Please keep in mind that no Web site can replace the diagnosis information, and individual advice your doctor can provide. Please consult you physician who can work with you to best meet all of your needs and answer questions you may have.
Your Complete Source for Knowledge & Support
Fit Steps for Life©
The Cancer Foundation for Life® (CFFL) is dedicated to increasing the quality of life for cancer survivors.
National Cancer Institute
The Federal Government's principal agency for cancer research and training
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Reports recent developments in cancer patient care, significant diagnostic progress, and current clinical and basic science research activities at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
Cancer resource Web site
US FDA CDER
(US Food and Drug Administration-Center for Drug Evaluation and Research)
American Cancer Society
Learning about cancer, treatment options, treatment decision tools, information on clinical trials, learning to cope, connect with survivors
National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
Association of Cancer Online Resources
Online lifeline for anyone affected by cancer or cancer related disorders
Cancer Information Service
A national information and education network; part of the National Cancer Institute-the Nation's primary agency for cancer research.
Journal of Clinical Oncology
Offical journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology
People Living with Cancer
Patient information website of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO); designed to help patients and families make informed healthcare decisions
Whether you, a family member or a friend are diagnosed with mesothelioma or another asbestos-related disease, this site was designed for you.
Mesothelioma Resource Online
This website was created to provide answers, support and advocacy for people diagnosed with mesothelioma cancer, as well as their families and loved ones.