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[MOL] A Portal to Cancer Research

A Portal to Cancer Research
    [07/26/99; Los Angeles Times]

Cancer takes the lives of more than 1,500 people every day and
accounts for one of every four deaths in this country. If you're
searching for information on cancer on the Internet, you're probably
not up for a lot of idle browsing. You need reliable, up-to-date
and comprehensive information without a lot of distracttions
or medical jargon. For five years, the University of Pennsylvania
Cancer Center has offered OncoLink, a pioneering effort in health
care education on the Web. The site can be reached at the addresses:




One of OncoLink's greatest strengths is as a "portal," or a one-stop
site for finding cancer information on the Internet. From physical
symptoms, to emotional challenges, to doctors and other providers,
to the latest research, the site is patient-friendly and supportive
in tone. 

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