Online Resources

The American Institute for Cancer Research funds cutting-edge research and give people practical tools and information to help them prevent — and survive — cancer.

The American Lung Association strives to defeat lung cancer; improve air quality; reduce the burden of lung disease on individuals and their families; and eliminate tobacco use and tobacco-related diseases.

The Cancer Support Community is an international nonprofit dedicated to empowering people affected by cancer with support, education and action.

A great resource for the cancer community, including their magazines, forum and podcasts.

The Joe Andruzzi Foundation is committed to providing help, hope, and a reason to smile, for New England cancer patients and their families by contributing financial support when it is needed most.

The National LGBT Cancer Network works to improve the lives of LGBT cancer survivors and those at risk by educating, training health care providers & advocating for survivors.

Partnership between RI State Council on the Arts & the RI Department of Health. The first-of-its-kind State Plan developed to advance the integration of arts, arts therapies, and health and well-being.

RIPIN has several valuable resources for patient advocacy including workshops, leadership training, and representation to policymakers. 

Side Effect Support, LLC offers a convenient source for patient education and affordable chemotherapy side effect remedies to help patients manage their symptoms and the risks caused by chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

Smart Patients is an online community for patients and caregivers to discuss experiences, ask questions and learn from one another.

Todd Schmenk, LMHC, has released a new book called Team Positive, to help guide and support those who suffer from a chronic illness. His book is available to buy through his website.

A charitable organization enabling early skin cancer detection, screening working with concert venues located in Virginia.