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More information from your American Cancer Society

Here is more information you might find helpful. You also can order free copies of our documents from our toll-free number, 1-800-227-2345, or read them on our website, www.cancer.org.

Coping With Cancer in Everyday Life (also in Spanish)

Anemia in People With Cancer

Distress in People With Cancer

Anxiety, Fear, and Depression (also in Spanish)

Guide to Controlling Cancer Pain (also in Spanish)

Physical Activity and the Cancer Patient

Nutrition for the Person With Cancer During Treatment: A Guide for Patients and Families (also in Spanish)

Nutrition and Physical Activity During and After Cancer Treatment: Answers to Common Questions

Chemo Brain

Books

Your American Cancer Society also has books that you might find helpful. Call us at 1-800-227-2345 or visit our bookstore online to find out about costs or to place an order.

National organizations and websites*

Along with the American Cancer Society, other sources of information and support include:

CancerCare
Toll-free number: 1-800-813-4673 (1-800-813-HOPE)
Website: www.cancercare.org

    Offers counseling by phone and support from others with cancer online and by phone. Cancer information and workshops are also available

National Cancer Institute
Toll-free number: 1-800-422-6237 (1-800-4-CANCER)
TTY: 1-800-332-8615
Website: www.cancer.gov

    Offers a wide variety of cancer information, including information on fatigue, coping, finding support, and clinical trials

OncoLink
Website: www.oncolink.org

    Information on cancer and coping with symptoms, including fatigue

*Inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement by the American Cancer Society.

No matter who you are, we can help. Contact us anytime, day or night, for information and support. Call us at 1-800-227-2345 or visit www.cancer.org.


Last Medical Review: 10/09/2014
Last Revised: 10/22/2014