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External link Clear and Simple: Developing Effective Print Materials for Low Literacy Readers
This 61-page guide outlines a process for developing publications for people with limited literacy skills.
External link Antiperspirants/Deodorants and Breast Cancer Question and Answers http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/AP-Deo
There is no conclusive research linking the use of underarm antiperspirants or deodorants and the subsequent development of breast cancer. Two research studies of underarm antiperspirants or deodorants and breast cancer have been completed and provide conflicting results.
External link Care for Children and Adolescents with Cancer: Questions and Answers
A fact sheet about children's cancer centers and health care approaches, including clinical trials for children with cancer. Hoja informativa acerca de los centros oncológicos para niños, y sobre enfoques de cuidados médicos, incluyendo estudios clínicos para niños con cancer.
External link Trainer's Guide for Cancer Education
This 115-page guide is designed for both lay people and health professionals who conduct group training sessions with community and scientific audiences. It offers practical suggestions for trainers to enliven training programs, encourage more active participation, and enrich the learning experience for everyone involved. The guide also includes worksheets to help both individuals and organizations plan training programs. It is designed to complement the other materials in the NCI Cancer Clinical Trials Education Series. 11/2001
External linkpdf file Cancer Clinical Trials, Recruitment of Underrepresented Populations (Evidence Report/Technology Assessment: Number 122)
This report examines existing evidence on the recruitment of underrepresented populations into cancer clinical trials.
External link Screening and Testing to Detect Cancer
Here the National Cancer Institute (NCI) presents a comprehensive list of tests and screenings available for detection of common cancers, which includes cancers that are diagnosed with the greatest frequency in the United States.
External link NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms
The NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms, offered by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), contains more than 3,500 terms related to cancer and medicine. Type the word or phrase you are looking for in the Search box and click "Go". If you are not sure of the spelling, type in a few letters and click "Go". Or browse through the dictionary by clicking a letter in the alphabet.



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