cancer.org

Our Mission at Work: cancer.org

cancer.org

This user-friendly site provides in-depth information on every major type of cancer, as well as an email service to help answer your questions.

 Cancer A-Z

Get expert information:  Get everything you need to know about cancer, from the basics to detailed information on more than 70 different cancer types.

Treatment & Support

Find help managing treatment and recovery:  Whether you’re looking for treatment information, caregiving advice or patient support programs, we have you covered.

Stay Healthy

Reduce your cancer risk:  Many cancer deaths could be prevented by making healthy choices like not smoking and eating right. Learn what else you can do to reduce your risk.

Our research programs

See what’s happening in cancer research:  Whether we’re funding research or conducting it ourselves, we’re always looking for answers that will help you live longer – and better.

Get Involved

Help us save lives:  Find out how you can make a difference by becoming a volunteer, making a donation, or participating in one of our fundraising events.

About Us

Get to know us:  We’re on a mission to save lives and celebrate life. Every single day.

 

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An Open Seat Could Save Lives

If every open passenger seat was used to drive a patient to cancer treatment, think of the lives we can save. Volunteer to drive today.

http://www.cancer.org/treatment/supportprogramsservices/road-to-recovery

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ACS teams up with CVS Pharmacy and Johnson & Johnson to save your skin

From ​June ​18-‍24, when people buy any NEUTROGENA® or AVEENO® product with SPF 15 or higher at CVS Pharmacy or CVS.com, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. will contribute $1 to the American Cancer Society, up to $100,000, to help prevent skin cancer. (Trial and travel sizes are excluded from this offer.)

CVS announced recently that the drugstore chain will only carry products with an SPF of 15 or higher. It also says it will be offering more dermatologist-approved options, along with natural and organic choices.

The American Cancer Society recommends that people use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. Ideally, about 1 ounce, about a shot glass or palmful, should be used to cover the arms, legs, neck, and face of the average adult. Sunscreen needs to be reapplied at least every two hours to maintain protection.