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Stephen T. Marchello Scholarship Foundation

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Scholarships for survivors of childhood cancer. Has links to other web sites that give scholarships to cancer survivors.

Contact information: 
1170 E. Long Place Littleton, CO fmarchello@ntr.net

ibc research foundation

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Web site
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information on inflammatory breast cancer as well as an on-line support group

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National Wilms Tumor Study Group

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Web site
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The goals of the National Wilms Tumor Study Group are to increase the survival rate of children with Wilms tumor and other renal tumors of childhood, to study the long-term outcome of children who have been treated successfully for Wilms tumor, to identify adverse effects of treatment for Wilms tumor, to study the epidemiology and biology of Wilms tumor and to make information regarding succesful treatment strategies for Wilms tumor available to physicians around the world.This site has a great FAQ section for patients, survivors and their caregivers.

Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Foundation

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A not-for-profit group formed to help people with adenoid cystic carcinoma, a very rare cancer. We have a network of over 400 members throughout the world. If you need support or information; please email, phone, or write us.

Contact information: 
PO Box 254 Canandaigua NY sharon.lane@mail.acor.org

The Kimberly D. Holland Hodgkin's Disease Foundation

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This website details a Hodgkin's Disease survivors story and the foundation that was formed in her name to fund clinical trials and research for Hodgkin's Disease

Contact information: 
9 Lakeshore Blvd. Massapequa, NY hollandhead@yahoo.com

Alliance for Lung Cancer Advocacy, Support, and Education

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Organization
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The Alliance for Lung Cancer Advoacy, Support and Education (ALCASE) is the only nonprofit organization dedicated solely to helping people at risk for and living with lung cancer. We offer many programs and services to those newly diagnosed with lung cancer and their families.

Contact information: 
P.O. Box 849 Vancouver, fax: 360-735-1305 info@alcase.org

Oncolink

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Cancer Survivor stories

Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA)

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Organization
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To help and provide support for survivors, caregivers and friends affected by colon cancer.

National Cancer Institute

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Web site
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National Cancer Institute is a program of the federal government. There is a wealth of resourceson just about every cancer issue. They focus on cancer researh, alternative treatmentsand advocacy for people with cancer, their families, and survivors.

The National Brain Tumor Society

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Organization
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The Brain Tumor Society exists to find a cure for brain tumors. It strives to improve the quality of life of brain tumor patients and their families. It disseminates educational information and provides access to psycho-social support. It raises funds to advance carefully selected scientific research projects, improve clinical care and find a cure.Our Research MissionAggressively raise and grant funds to stimulate and support carefully selected basic scientific research projects.Our Education MissionTo help educate the medical community, patients and families about brain tumors; to raise public awareness; to facilitate early diagnosis and treatment, and to effect a cure.Our Support MissionThe Brain Tumor Society will be involved in support issues to help patients and families better deal with the catastrophic problem of a brain tumor.

Contact information: 
124 Watertown Street, Suite 3-H Watertown, MA fax: (617) 924-9998 info@tbts.org

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