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Table of Contents.
Cancer Facts and Risk Factors.
1: What Is Cancer?.
2: Cancer in Young People: An Overview.
3: Cancer Facts, Myths, and Misconceptions.
4: Genes, Genetic Disorders, and Cancer.
5: Cancer and the Environment.
6: Indoor Tanning and Cancer Risk.
7: Vitamin D and Cancer Prevention.
8: Cancer Risks Associated with Smoking and Other Tobacco Use.
9: Chemicals in Meat Cooked at High Temperatures and Cancer Risk.
10: Obesity and Cancer Risk.
11: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Cancer Risk.
12: Oral Contraceptives and Cancer Risk.
13: Cell Phones and Cancer Risk.
14: Cancer Prevention for Girls: Why See a Gynecologist?.
15: How to Perform a Breast Self-Exam.
Cancers of Most Concern to Teens and Young Adults.
16: Bone Cancer.
17: Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors.
18: Breast Cancer.
19: Cervical Cancer.
20: Colorectal Cancer.
21: Childhood Extracranial Germ Cell Tumors.
22: Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
25: Melanoma and Other Skin Cancers.
26: Nasopharyngeal Cancer.
27: Neuroblastoma: Cancer of the Nervous System.
28: Oral Cavity Cancer.
29: Soft Tissue Sarcomas.
30: Childhood Vascular Tumors.
31: Testicular Cancer.
32: Thyroid Cancer.
Cancer Awareness, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention.
33: Common Moles, Dysplastic Nevi, and Risk of Melanoma.
34: Specialized Children's Cancer Centers.
35: Cancer Staging.
37: Hormone Therapy.
39: Precision Medicine.
40: Radiation Therapy.
41: Stem Cell Transplant.
43: Cancer and Complementary Health Therapies.
44: Cancer Prevention.
45: Talking with Your Healthcare Team.
46: Cancer Survivors: After Cancer Treatment Ends.
47: Follow-Up Care after Cancer Treatment.
48: Cancer Fatigue.
49: Cancer Pain.
50: Late Effects: Chronic Problems That Can Result after Cancer and Treatment.
51: Fertility Issues in Girls and Boys after Cancer Treatment.
52: Food Safety for People with Cancer.
When a Loved One Has Cancer.
53: When Your Parent Has Cancer.
54: When Your Brother Or Sister Has Cancer.
55: Caregivers and Their Role.
56: Advanced Cancer and Caregiving.
If You Need More Information.
57: Online Support and Mobile Apps for Cancer Patients and Survivors.
58: Web-Based Resources and Support Groups.
59: How to Find Clinical Cancer Trials.