• American Academy of Pain Management: Discusses the Patient’s Bill of Rights and has information on locating a pain clinic. www.aapainmanage.org
  • American Brain Tumor Association: The site offers a primer on brain tumors, as well as a guide to clinical trials. www.abta.org
  • American Cancer Society: The site offers a tool to assist in deciding treatment options and questions to ask your doctor. It also contains descriptions and guides for the main forms of cancer treatment. This is a bilingual Web site. www.cancer.org/docroot/home/index.asp
  • American Medical Association: The Web site has a search tool for registered doctors by name and by specialty. You can also access abstracts of JAMA journal articles. www.ama-assn.org
  • American Society of Clinical Oncology: The site offers an explanation of clinical trials, as well as a guide for finding an oncologist. It also contains information on all types of cancer, resources and coping strategies. www.asco.org/portal/site/ASCOv2
  • Bonetumor.org: This Web site is geared towards the medical community with information on bone tumors. In English and Italian. www.bonetumor.com
  • Cancer Consultants: This site offers the most up to date news clippings on cancer treatments. http://patient.cancerconsultants.com
  • Cancer News: This site offers all of the latest news on cancer and cancer treatments through news articles. www.cancernews.com/default2.asp
  • CenterWatch Clinical Trials Listing Service: This Web site answers questions about clinical trials currently being conducted at major medical centers. www.centerwatch.com
  • Chemo Care: Scott Hamilton’s chemotherapy site offers chemo information for cancer patients and their families, caregivers and friends. Outlines all you should know about chemotherapy and cancer treatment. www.chemocare.com
  • Chemotherapy.com: This website provides chemotherapy treatment information for patients and caregivers. It includes helpful  information on types of chemotherapy, resources, and questions to ask your doctor, and insurance and tax tips. www.chemotherapy.com
  • Children’s Cancer Fund: This Web site reviews some of the current research being done on childhood cancer. www.childrenscancerfund.org/new/index.asp
  • Children’s Oncology Group: A National Cancer Institute-supported clinical trial cooperative devoted exclusively to childhood and adolescent cancer research. Members are listed on the Web site. www.childrensoncologygroup.org
  • Columbia University Integrative Therapies Program: This Web site offers information regarding an integrative therapies program for  children with cancer as well as summaries of the most current scientific literature. On this site you can also find detailed information about the various CAM clinical services offered, as well as sources of cancer education and news. http://integrativetherapies.columbia.edu
  • Cure Lymphoma Foundation: The site offers information specifically on lymphoma including clinical trials. www.lymphoma.org/site/pp.asp?c=chKOI6PEImE&b=1573289
  • EPA Office of Children’s Health Protection: Offers statistics on childhood cancer, plus environmental concerns. http://yosemite.epa.gov/ochp/ochpweb.nsf/content/whatwe.htm
  • Eye Cancer Network: An educational Web site that covers diagnosis and treatment of ocular tumors, eye cancer and orbital disease for patients and their families. www.eyecancer.com
  • InteliHealth: Offers easy to understand descriptions of all types of childhood cancer along with information on symptoms, prognosis,  treatment and nutrition information. www.intelihealth.com/IH/ihtIH/WSIHW000/408/408.html
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America: The site offers disease and treatment information for leukemia and lymphoma patients and their families. On-site questions and answers. www.leukemia.org/hm_lls
  • Medical Matrix: This is a free directory of medical sites reviewed by professionals. Users must join in order to access the information. www.medmatrix.org/reg/login.asp
  • Medicine Net: This site offers descriptions of diseases, treatments and side effects. www.medicinenet.com/script/main/hp.asp
  • MedLine Plus: This user-friendly Web site provides information and links about cancer diagnoses, pharmaceutical information and also abstracts and journal articles. It is updated frequently and has some sources in Spanish. http://medlineplus.gov/
  • National Brain Tumor Foundation: The site offers support and education for brain tumor patients and their families and allows users to e-mail questions to a nurse specializing in brain tumors. www.braintumor.org/GeneralMenu/
  • National Cancer Institute: This section details information on cancer clusters and who to contact if you think you may be living in one. www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/clusters
  • National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship: This site has an excellent step-by-step guide on researching specific diagnoses. www.canceradvocacy.org
  • National Foundation for the Treatment of Pain: This site offers up to date legislative work on pain control and a library of pain related information. You can send pain related questions to the site, as well as financial questions about treatment. www.paincare.org
  • Oncology Inc: Through registration you can find a clinical trial that matches your needs. The database of trials is not complete. www.synovate.com/healthcare/expertise/gom.jspx?item=mcs
  • Pain Foundation: Offers ideas on advocating for yourself with your doctor as well as pain management ideas. www.painfoundation.orgScienceKomm’s MedBioWorld: This is one of the largest sites for Medical journals online. www.medbioworld.com
  • Steve Dunn’s Cancer Guide: Offers guidelines on doing your own research, tips for clinical trials and details on specific types of cancer. www.cancerguide.org
  • The Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation: Offers an updated selection of articles relating to brain tumors and treatment. www.childhoodbraintumor.org
  • The Sun Protection Shop: This site has photographs of melanoma and describes warning signs of skin cancer. www.sunprotection.com.au/
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration MedWatch: This site is a medical products reporting site. It has the latest on approvals and concerns. www.fda.gov/medwatch/index.html
  • University or Pennsylvania Cancer Center: This site offers thorough diagnosis definitions and treatment information. Also offers symptom management ideas. www.oncolink.upenn.edu