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American Cancer Society RSS Feeds

Get breaking cancer news, research insights, and expert opinion from the American Cancer Society the fast and easy way – use RSS.

Already know what RSS is? Super, then just grab the feeds you'd like to read below!

Need some quick RSS information? No problem, here's how it works.

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) allows publishers, including the American Cancer Society, to share new content with you as soon it publishes to their website. With RSS, the headlines come to you instead of you having to visit the website.

Follow these three simple steps to get started:

1. Choose an RSS reader: There are many popular RSS readers from which you can choose. These include Feedly, Digg Reader, and AOL Reader, among others.

2. Copy the RSS link(s) of your choice from below: Browse the list of available American Cancer Society RSS feeds and pick the one(s) you want to subscribe to. Ne sure to copy the full url.

3. Paste the link into your RSS reader: Paste the url for your feed of choice into your RSS reader.

You should start to see the headlines appear in your RSS reader. (Please note: RSS readers can work differently. Be sure to follow the directions provided by your RSS reader of choice.)

American Cancer Society RSS feed URLs:

Cancer News and Research News Headlines
http://www.cancer.org/rss/index

Expert Voices Blog
http://www.cancer.org/cancer/news/expertvoices/syndication.axd

Dr. Len's Cancer Blog
http://www.cancer.org/aboutus/drlensblog/syndication.axd

ACS Pressroom Blog
http://acspressroom.wordpress.com/feed/

Please note that by accessing the American Cancer Society RSS feeds, you agree to our terms of use.

Publishers:  Want to syndicate our headlines? Great! Please contact us first via permissionrequest@cancer.org.