OncoLink Cancer eNews
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February 2014

OncoLink Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

World Cancer Day
February 4th is World Cancer Day and is focused on dispelling the dangerous myths & misconceptions surrounding the disease. It is a chance to raise our collective voices in the name of improving general knowledge around cancer and dismissing misconceptions about the disease. Bust some of the common myths in the World Cancer Day blog series!


Happy Birthday OncoLink!

On March 7th, OncoLink will celebrate 20 years of providing free, reliable cancer information via the Internet. Not many websites can say they have been around that long! On this occasion, we celebrate the generosity and commitment of hundreds of volunteer clinicians and survivors who believe in our mission and give of their time and expertise to develop and review content. It is this group that sets OncoLink apart from other websites and we are so proud of how far we’ve come. Learn more about our accomplishments!

WHen Your Life is Touched by CancerLooking for a new book?

Blogger Bob Riter has recently published a compilation of his insightful columns. Check out Alysa’s review of this helpful resource for anyone dealing with cancer.

Recognize a Loved One and Support
Our Team

Support OncoLink

Recognize your loved one's courage and spirit this Valentine’s Day by supporting OncoLink's mission to provide free, up to date cancer information to anyone who needs it. One hundred percent of your tax-deductible donation will be devoted to ongoing development and dissemination of OncoLink's educational resources.


Upcoming OncoLink WebchatsOncoLink Webchats

Did you miss last month’s Spotlight on Caregivers? You can view that, or any other webinar, at your convenience on the webinar page. No registration is needed for our webinars.

February 28, 2014, 12:30PM ET : Spotlight on Nutrition: Using food to help manage symptoms
Featuring Lauren Carver, RD, LDN

Chemotherapy Myths or Facts

Cancer Medication Information

OncoLink Rx

New drugs are being added all the time - use the "Find My Drug" alphabetical tool near the top of every page to find yours. You can also find your treatment on the list.

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