Cervical Cancer

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Resources

American Cancer Society (ACS)
www.cancer.org 
ACS, a nationwide, community-based health organization, provides specific information about cervical cancer.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
www.fhcrc.org
Fred Hutchinson Center Research Center is one of Seattle Cancer Care Alliance’s three founding organizations. It has an international reputation for its leading-edge cancer research. Read information about cervical cancer from the Hutchinson Center.

Foundation for Women's Cancer
www.foundationforwomenscancer.org
The Foundation for Women's Cancer promotes awareness and education of gynecologic cancers, supports research and training, and provides hope for women diagnosed with gynecologic cancers. Their website offers information about reproductive cancers, survivors’ courses, and clinical trials.

Gilda's Club Seattle
www.gildasclubseattle.org
A nonprofit organization named for Gilda Radner, the comedian who died of ovarian cancer, Gilda's Club offers a number of services to people with cancer and their families and friends. These include support and networking groups, lectures, workshops, and social events. The Seattle club, located at 1400 Broadway, has a monthly networking group for women with gynecologic cancers, and another group for people who are living with cancer as a chronic illness.

National Cancer Institute (NCI)
www.cancer.gov
NCI is the Federal Government's principal agency for cancer research and training. Read cervical cancer information from NCI.

National Cervical Cancer Coalition
www.nccc-online.org
The National Cervical Cancer Coalition is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving women with, or at risk for, cervical cancer. The website offers a support program called the Phone Pals and E-Pals (E-mail Pals) Program. This program matches cervical cancer survivors with other cervical cancer survivors who are now living with or have experienced similar circumstances, such as disease type or treatment regimens, for support, encouragement and, above all, hope.