Resources for More Information: Spanish Language Resources

Author: Christina Bach, MBE, LCSW, OSW-C
Last Reviewed: December 11, 2023

You can find tips on the internet to help you during and after your cancer treatment. You want to make sure what you are reading is true. OncoLink finds these websites to be up-to-date and reliable.

The websites listed below offer cancer education information in Spanish.

American Cancer Society

Provides web-based cancer education information about cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment.

Cancer Care

Offers free downloadable publications on some disease types, clinical trials, communicating with your healthcare team, children and cancer, coping with cancer, financial issues, and survivorship.!publications_en_espanol

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Offers free, downloadable publications on blood cancers (leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, myelodysplastic syndrome, and myeloproliferative disorders) for both adults and children.

Cancer Support Community

Offers free, downloadable publications in Spanish.

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Offers free, downloadable publications in Spanish on cancer prevention, healthy living cancer treatment, cancer surveillance data, and caregiving.

National Cancer Institute

Offers a limited library of free, downloadable publications in Spanish on topics including clinical trials, coping, cancer treatment, and survivorship. Materials can be downloaded in various formats including to Kindle (eReader), or to smartphone/tablet.


Provides free, downloadable survivorship brochure, “What’s Next? Life after cancer treatment.”

Cancer and Careers

Provides information in Spanish about balancing work, cancer treatment and survivorship. Materials are available via mail or free download.

Patient Advocate Foundation

Offers information on health insurance and navigating financial issues and serious illness. Include a health insurance glossary.

Young Survivors Coalition

Offers downloadable breast cancer education information targeted at younger women with breast cancer.

Colon Cancer Alliance

Provides educational information about prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of colon cancer.

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