Free and Helpful:
CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER
June 2016 - New Efforts to Make Chemo More
Tolerable for Patients
Chemo Worsens Quality of Life
for End-of-Life Patients. July 2015
Yahoo Report of above study (easier to read).
One of the most comprehensive sites to visit, it can be information overload so make sure to return if you are seeking credible cancer resources and information.
National Cancer Institute
Free Books for Young Readers
(read online, PDF download or order)
WHEN YOUR BROTHER OF SISTER HAS CANCER
WHEN YOUR PARENT HAS CANCER
Cancer Risk Awareness: 8 Lifesaving Resources
Cancers figure among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide, with approximately 14 million new cases and 8.2 million cancer related deaths in 2012. This number is expected to increase to 24 million by 2035 (2).
The following resources provide information for those touched by cancer: cancer patients, cancer survivors, and cancer caregivers and companions. Please review and share them with anyone you believe may benefit:
National Cancer Institute’s Dictionary of Cancer Terms
What Causes Cancer? 34 Cancer Risk Calculators
Cancer Prevention Recommendations
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Cancer Treatment
ZocDoc Oncologist Locator
Caring for the Patient with Cancer at Home: A Guide for Patients and Families
Nearing the End of Life | American Cancer Society
Medicare Hospice and Respite Coverage for Cancer Patients
Another excellent and comprehensive resource:
American Cancer Society
local numbers are available to call
ACS Treatment Page
Very positive magazine
Memorial Sloan Kettering's Herb, Supplements, Botanicals
MSK's trusted resource (now with a mobile app), a must for anyone considering supplementing their treatment.
Accessing a Deceased Person's Gmail Account
A few steps, lots of paperwork, but worth a try if there's no other way.