Information and Resources from the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
Connect to Cancer AnswerLine™
Hear what board-certified oncology nurses have to say about the latest cancer topics, including flu prevention and screening controversies.
Tap into the Power of Social Networking
Social networking can be a helpful tool in organizing assistance when you're dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Here are links to help you get started with three helpful online resources.
Coordinating the logistics of cancer care can feel like a major military
operation. Getting to and from various appointments, taking care of meals and
handling the usual routine of daily life can set your head swimming.
That's why we think LotsaHelpingHands.com is a Web site worth knowing.
Although the site offers the usual blogging tools and photo sharing, its core
value lies in its calendaring functions. Users can set up a Web site and invite
friends and family to view it. Members of your online community can then
sign up for various tasks and activities. It's a simple site that will help you stay
Need to get your mom to her chemotherapy infusion at the same time as
your kids' soccer practice? Post a call for help. It saves lots of phone calls and
e-mails to figure out who can do what when. And it gives you an easy answer
when someone asks how they can help.