Cancer Support Project – Support for those living with a cancer diagnosis.
Genetic Alliance – The Genetic Alliance identifies solutions to emerging problems and works to reduce obstacles to rapid and effective translation of research into accessible technologies and services that improve human health.
Texas Cancer Data Center – Online cancer information for Texans: health professionals and facilities, community resources, demographics and statistics, cancer gateway of Texas, links to other cancer information resources.
American Cancer Society – A comprehensive site offering information on the treatment and prevention of cancer, plus the latest statistics and news regarding cancer.
Association of Cancer Online Resources – ACOR offers access to electronic mailing lists which are specifically designed to be public online support groups providing information and community to cancer patients, caregivers or anyone looking for answers about cancer and related disorders.
MAMM – Monthly magazine dedicated to women with breast or ovarian cancer.
Mautner Project for Lesbians with Cancer – Educates health care providers about special concerns of lesbians with cancer and advocates for lesbians with health care issues in the local and national arena.
National Cancer Institute – Offers cancer news, information, resources, and clinical trials information.
CancerCare – Provides free professional help to people with cancer through counseling, education, information, referral, and financial assistance.
American Society of Clinical Oncology – A website for oncologists and cancer patients. Information on cancer, how to choose an oncologist, cancer news, and advocacy programs.
Vital Options International – A not-for-profit cancer communications, support, and advocacy organization with a mission, to facilitate a global cancer dialogue.
CancerTrialsHelp.org (Trial Check)- A Web-based cancer clinical trial search engine available for patients and caregivers.
CHAP is part of a nationwide network of state health assistance programs funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). As part of the program, TDI will launch a statewide educational campaign with the assistance of the state’s Office of Public Insurance Counsel and will regularly report data about consumers’ problems and inquiries to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.