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CANCER CONTINUUM

NCI develops, implements, and evaluates programs across the cancer continuum. To complement these programs, NCI has developed a large variety of educational materials, many of them designed for patients. These resources are developed based on literature reviews, expert research, and extensive audience testing through interviews and/or focus groups with health professionals and the target audience. Some materials of particular note are described below. All materials can be accessed directly through the NCI Web site, http://www.cancer.gov, or ordered through NCI�s Cancer Information Service at 1-800-4-CANCER.

Cancer Risk and Early Detection

Cervical Cancer: What You Can Do To Protect Yourself (English and Spanish)

Cervical Cancer: What Vietnamese Women Should Know (English and Vietnamese)

Every Woman Should Know About These 2 Tests (English, Vietnamese, and Spanish)

Get a Mammogram: Do It For Yourself, Do It For Your Family (English, Chinese, Vietnamese and Tagalog)

Mammograms: Not Just Once, But For A Lifetime

Genetic Testing for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk

Understanding Cancer Risk Web site

Diagnosis

Common Breast Changes (English and Spanish)

Understanding Breast Changes

Understanding Cervical Changes

Understanding Prostate Changes

What You Need To Know About™ Cancer series

Provides information on many types of cancer. Each publication includes information about symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, emotional issues, and questions to ask your doctor.

Treatment

Surgery Choices for Women With Early-Stage Breast Cancer (English and Spanish)

Treatment Choices for Men With Early-Stage Prostate Cancer

Biological Therapy

Chemotherapy and You (English and Spanish)

Radiation Therapy and You (English and Spanish)

Thinking About Complementary and Alternative Medicine

When Someone You Love Is Being Treated For Cancer

Pain Control Series�Pain Control: A Guide for People With Cancer*,Understanding Cancer Pain*, Get Relief From Cancer Pain (*English and Spanish)

Eating Hints (English and Spanish)

Survivorship

Moving Beyond Breast Cancer DVD and VHS (with closed captioning)

Facing Forward: Life After Cancer Treatment (English and Spanish)

Ways You Can Make a Difference in Cancer

Taking Time

When Someone You Love Has Completed Cancer Treatment

Palliative Care and End of Life

When Cancer Returns

Coping with Advanced Cancer

When Someone You Love Has Advanced Cancer

Education in Palliative and End-of-life Care for Oncology (EPEC™-O)