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Evaluating Health Information: Home

Searching for health information, especially on the internet, can be an overwhelming experience. With so much available, how can you ensure that the information you are finding is reliable, accurate, and safe? Bad information can be misleading and even worse, harmful to your health. The resources in this guide will help you learn to evaluate health information so than you can make informed decisions about your healthcare. Remember that information found online or in other materials should not take the place of medical advice. Always discuss your health concerns with your healthcare providers.

Helpful Websites

Books at the Cancer Resource Library

Video

Resources provided by the Cancer Resource Library are for informational purposes only. The information in these materials may or may not apply to your specific condition, and should not be construed as medical advice. We strongly encourage you to consult your healthcare provider to review anything you learn through these resources.

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