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When reading cancer information online, it may be difficult to tell whether that information is accurate and reliable. Some misinformation, which is false or inaccurate information, may target people with cancer, which could lead to a delay or disruption in treatment. In this video, Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky discusses what people with cancer should know about identifying cancer misinformation online, including red flags to look out for and how to tell if information is trustworthy.Read a full-text transcript.