Awardee for June 2003

Last Modified: May 31, 2003

This award is is given by the Editors at OncoLink to the providers of the highest quality cancer information on the Internet. Selection is based on the particular emphasis we at OncoLink place on patients and families who empower themselves with reliable information about their disease. On a regular basis, the Editors at OncoLink will choose a website which is exemplary of this philosophy, and serves as a model for others.

The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS)
NCCS is a survivor-led advocacy organization working exclusively on behalf of this country's more than 9 million cancer survivors and the millions more touched by the disease. Founded in 1986, NCCS continues to lead the cancer survivorship movement. By educating all those affected by cancer and speaking out on issues related to quality cancer care, NCCS is empowering every survivor.

The OncoLink Editor's Choice awardees are chosen by the OncoLink editors after careful review of their material. While OncoLink has deemed the content of the highest quality, OncoLink and the University of Pennsylvania bear no responsibility for the content.

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