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In addition, the cancer topics section offers fact sheets and patient-oriented publications on a range of topics.

A dictionary of cancer terms, prepared literature searches on specific cancer topics, and slide show tutorials about cancer-related science concepts are also available.

NCI’s Web site provides comprehensive information about clinical trials at http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials on the Internet.

Information is available about recent advances in cancer research, what clinical trials are and how they work, and points to consider when deciding whether to participate in a clinical trial.

A simple-to-use search tool is available for those interested in finding trials for a specific type of cancer, in a certain geographic region, or for a particular type of treatment.

The NCI NewsCenter Web page at http://www.cancer.gov/newscenter/ on the Internet provides background information about many of the Institute’s programs and resources, as well as an NCI News distribution list that allows individuals to receive NCI news updates as soon as they are posted to the Cancer.gov Web site.

The Institute also offers the NCI Cancer Bulletin at http://www.cancer.gov/ncicancerbulletin on the Internet. The Bulletin provides useful and authoritative news about cancer research, including important NCI programs and initiatives.

Up-to-date, accurate cancer information is available to patients and their families, the public, and health professionals through the NCI’s Cancer Information Service (CIS).

The CIS, a national information and education network, also serves as a resource for education and outreach to minority audiences and people with limited access to health care information or services. The CIS responds to calls in English and Spanish.

The toll-free telephone number for the CIS is 1–800–4–CANCER (1–800–422–6237). Deaf and hard of hearing callers with TTY equipment may call 1–800–332–8615. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. local time.

The CIS Web site provides background information on the CIS and links to NCI resources and other cancer-related Government Web sites.

CIS Web site is located at http://www.cancer.gov/cis on the Internet.

The NCI also offers additional Web sites and services, described below, that are accessible directly or through NCI’s main Web site at http://www.cancer.gov on the Internet.

• The NCI’s Publications Locator Web site can be used to order or view publications online at http://www.cancer.gov/publications. NCI materials may be identified by topic or searched by keyword, type of cancer, subject, audience, and/or language.

The site includes instructions and Frequently Asked Questions. Currently, only Internet users within the United States can use the Publications Locator to order NCI publications.

• The NCI’s LiveHelp service, which is available through the Help link on the NCI’s Web site, provides Internet users with the ability to chat online with an information specialist in English.

The service is available Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Eastern time. Information specialists can help Internet users navigate NCI Web sites, search for clinical trials, and find answers to questions about cancer.

The National Library of Medicine

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) is the world’s largest medical library. The NLM is open to the public, and its databases can be used to search for journal article references and abstracts (summaries of articles) without charge or registration.

The NLM’s databases can be accessed on the Internet and may also be available through some local university, public, and medical libraries.

MEDLINE®, the NLM’s premier bibliographic database, contains over 12 million references to articles published since 1966. It is the computerized version of Index Medicus, with entries and references from more than 4,000 medical journals published worldwide.

MEDLINE covers all aspects of the life sciences and medicine, including complementary and alternative medicine and toxicology (the biological effects of drugs and other chemicals).

By searching MEDLINE, readers can find journal articles about specific topics (such as cancer) and, in many cases, can retrieve abstracts of the articles included in the databases.










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