Online Health Information - Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

American Cancer Society – Breast Cancer
Learn about Breast Cancer, risk factors, prevention, treatment, and more. You can also read stories of hope from people whose lives have been touched by cancer.

BreastCancer.net
BreastCancer.net provides its readers with breaking news on breast cancer research and treatment each weekday.

Cancer.net – Breast Cancer
This Web site is from the American Society of Clinical Oncology. It has information on all aspects of cancer, from diagnosis to treatment, and information on living with cancer.

MedlinePlus – Breast Cancer
The National Library of Medicine Web site has "Easy to Read" material, Interactive Tutorials, Surgery Videos, recent cancer research news and information in other languages.

MedlinePlus – Male Breast Cancer
The National Library of Medicine Web site has "Easy to Read" material, Interactive Tutorials, Surgery Videos, recent cancer research news and information in other languages.

National Cancer Institute – Breast Cancer
The National Cancer Institute Web site has information broken down by type of cancer. This Web site also includes the "What You Should Know" series and the "PDQ" series, which gives diagnosis-specific information on available treatments.

Vermont Cancer Center
The Vermont Cancer Center is committed to innovative cancer research, life-saving prevention and treatment programs, public education and scientific collaboration. The site contains listings of support groups, clinical trials and news on the latest research.

The High Risk Breast Cancer of Vermont
The High Risk Breast Program of Vermont (HRBP) is a clinical program with a research focus intended to promote early detection and prevention of breast cancer through screening, treatment, education and research.

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