Links for Patients & Caregivers

American Cancer Society (ACS) -

  • Whether you or someone you love has cancer, knowing what to expect can help you cope. Learn all about cancer risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment at

American Institute for Cancer Research -

  • Cancer Prevention recommendations including Diet & Lifestyle
  • Cancer Survival – Treatment Tips

ASCO Answers Fact Sheets - ASCO Answers Fact Sheets | Cancer.Net

  • ASCO Answers is a collection of oncologist-approved patient education materials developed by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) for people with cancer and their caregivers. This series of fact sheets provides a one-page (front and back) introduction to a specific type of cancer or cancer-related topic. Each PDF document includes an overview of the subject, words to know, and questions to ask the health care team.

A Time to Heal Cancer Foundation -

  • A Time to Heal Cancer Foundation helps cancer patients make the transition from treatment to recovery. Offering free, innovative wellness classes and ongoing support for survivors and their caregivers. Like cardiac rehabilitation offered to heart attack survivors, ATTH helps cancer patients recover, rebuild health, reduce stress, boost hope and manage fear of recurrence. Survivorship 101 course, Brain Fog class, support groups, monthly educational webinars.

Chemo Care -

  • Comprehensive resources for cancer patients and their caregivers that provides chemotherapy drug and side effect information, cancer wellness information, and links to additional reliable resources and organizations.

Cancer.Net -

  • Comprehensive Information for people with cancer, families, and caregivers, from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the voice of the world’s oncology professionals.

H.E.A.L. Well (Healthy Eating and Activity for Living) – A Cancer Nutrition Guide - heal-well-guide.pdf (

  • The HEAL Well Cancer Nutrition Guide can help cancer patients and their caregivers manage nutritional issues during and after cancer treatment. Content focuses on managing diet and nutrition during and after cancer treatment, including reducing side effects that can impact nutritional status.

    Common questions and myths are also addressed around the role of diet in the development of some types of cancer, use of dietary supplements and the benefits of physical activity for those with cancer.

NCCN – National Comprehensive Cancer Network - Patient Resources (

  • NCCN Guidelines for patients, expert information presented in plain language with visuals, charts, and definitions to empower people with cancer and caregivers to talk to their clinicians about the best treatment options.
  • Patient resource card, questions to ask about cancer care, webinars for patients, support for patients & caregivers.