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These comprehensive, patient-friendly guides contain trusted information about the diagnosis, treatment, side effects, and psychosocial effects of a specific cancer and allow patients to record the details of their individual diagnosis and treatment plan. The guides also include questions for patients to ask their health care team.
Patient-friendly guides based on ASCO's Clinical Practice Guidelines for physicians.
A booklet designed to help people with advanced cancer and their families understand the diagnosis and treatment options, discuss these options for care throughout the course of the illness, and find support. Available in English and Spanish. Download a PDF version or order additional copies through the ASCO University Bookstore.
A booklet that helps people understand what to expect as treatment is completed, explains common challenges faced by survivors, offers suggestions for next steps following treatment, and provides a list of resources and a glossary of terms. Available in English and Spanish. Download a PDF version or order additional copies through the ASCO University Bookstore.
Consumer-friendly summaries about the latest developments in cancer research.
Detailed information about the most significant discoveries in cancer research from clinical trials over the past 40 years.
These resources provide information to help you choose a cancer specialist and seek a second opinion, including the Find an Oncologist database.
ASCO and the Conquer Cancer Foundation provides patients being treated for cancer and their caregivers with free access to medical research articles published in ASCO’s two journals: Journal of Clinical Oncology and Journal of Oncology Practice.
ASCO and NCI have developed a card that patients can carry in their wallets that will guide them to Cancer.Net and NCI’s Cancer Information Service if they are displaced from their homes due to a disaster situation.
The Art of Oncology – Learn more about this collection of essays written by physicians about the emotional issues they themselves encounter while caring for people with cancer.
Events in which ASCO and/or Cancer.Net has collaborated with various organizations.
Links to cancer-specific resources, cancer centers and cooperative groups, government agencies, international patient information, financial resources, information on support groups, journals, magazines, medical dictionaries, and drug information.