American Cancer Society
507 North New York Ave., Ste. 100
Winter Park, FL 32789
- Learn about cancer
- Stay Healthy
- Find support & treatment
- Explore and research
- How to get involved
Fundraisers We Support
- American cancer society
- American cancer association
When the American Cancer Society first launched our Web site – cancer.org – in 1996, we developed it as a tool to help people get information about cancer. Most of our 23 million visitors each year come searching for information because they or someone they know has received a cancer diagnosis.
Now we are introducing a new cancer.org, complete with
improved search engine technology, an updated look-and-feel, and easy-to-use navigation, designed to help you get to know all aspects the Society, from our volunteer opportunities to rich programs and services. You’ll still have access to trusted cancer information from Society experts, but now it will be organized to help you better find what you’re looking for in 3 clicks or less, whether you are interested in cancer prevention and early detection, diagnosis and treatment, survivorship, or getting involved in the fight against cancer.
Here’s a quick look at how the new cancer.org will be organized:
• The Learn About Cancer section will provide information and tools to help you learn about specific types of cancer, risk factors, early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and more.
• The Stay Healthy section will provide information on steps you can take that may help reduce your cancer risk and stay well, including advice for maintaining a healthy weight, avoiding tobacco products, and getting regular cancer screenings.
• The Find Support & Treatment section will offer information for anyone facing cancer to help them understand a diagnosis, make sense of their treatment options, find treatment in their area, and get the support they need.