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Cancer Awareness Network for Immigrant Minority Populations

The Center for Immigrant Health (CIH), in conjunction with the NYU Cancer Institute of the NYU School of Medicine, established a Cancer Awareness Network for Immigrant Minority Populations (CANIMP) in 2000. This project focuses on building bridges between immigrant communities and cancer researchers

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Cancer Care

CancerCare is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to provide free professional help to people with all cancers through counseling, education, information and referral and direct financial assistance. 800-813-4674

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Cancer Legal Resource Center (Loyola Law School

Provides information and educational outreach on cancer-related legal issues to people with cancer and others impacted by the disease. A program of the Loyola Law School and the Western Law Center for Disability Rights.

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CANCER411.ORG

On this website you can find a list of clinical trials available based on cancer type and city.

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Cancer: Your Job, Insurance and the Law: 800.227.2345

Summarizes cancer patients' legal rights regarding insurance and employment; gives complaint procedure instruction.

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CancerConsultants

This link has a clinical trials search engine by cancer type.

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Cancervive

Cancervive assists cancer survivors reclaim their lives and provides support, public education and advocacy.

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CenterWatch

CenterWatch lists hundreds of clinical trials and offers a notification service and other resources.

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ChemoCare.com

This website is presented by Scott Hamilton, cancer survivor and professional ice skater. It's a source for chemotherapy information: types of drugs, managing side effects, and nutrition during chemotherapy. It also shares stories from cancer survivors.

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Childhood Leukemia Foundation (CLF)

CLF provides financial support to eligible families to help cover everything from rent, mortgage payments, food and utility bills, transportation to treatment, and other critical expenses.
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