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Got Cancer Questions? This Little-Known Hotline Can Help

The National Cancer Institute has a call line available.

If you were worried you had cancer, who would you call for information? Chances are a federally-funded cancer helpline isn’t the first place that pops into your mind.

But for 40 years, a helpline funded primarily by the National Cancer Institute has been answering people’s questions about cancer.

It’s a source of information for people who have been called back for a follow-up after routine screenings and are worried they might have cancer. And it can also help cancer patients get information about participating in clinical trials and help them figure out questions to ask their doctors.

Read full article: Got Cancer Questions? This Little-Known Hotline Can Help : Shots – Health News : NPR

Read Full Article: Got Cancer Questions? This Little-Known Hotline Can Help : Shots – Health News : NPR

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