A Report on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity(http://web.health.gov/environment/mcs/toc.htm) A 1998 report discussing the background and causes of MCS, epidemiological evidence, tools for future research and methods of medical evaluation.
MC Survivors(http://www.mcsurvivors.com/) A site devoted to those who have survived multiple chemical sensitivity. Organizes online resources covering organizations, medical treatment centers, food factors, books and products, communities and legal aid.
Alzheimer’s Association(http://www.alz.org/) Sections geared towards Alzheimer’s patients, caregivers and physicians. Provides latest information on current research.
Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center(http://www.alzheimers.org/index.html) Operated by the National Institute on Aging to provide general information on causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, caregiving and clinical trials associated with Alzheimer’s.
MedlinePlus: Alzheimer’s Disease(http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/alzheimersdisease.html) Compilation of links to government and non-profit organizations specializing in the diagnosis, treatment and coping with Alzheimer’s.
Asthma Research at NIEHS Learn more about the type of research being done at NIEHS. Links to information on preventing asthma attacks and useful online asthma resources.
Selected Online Resources About Asthma(http://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/breath/asthma.html) The National Library of Medicine has compiled these links to government and non-profit organizations disseminating information and conducting research on asthma.
Birth Defects Research for Children(http://www.birthdefects.org/) Comprehensive source of fact sheets and information resources. A free, monthly online newsletter, Birth Defects News, that highlights the latest advances in research.
March of Dimes(http://www.modimes.org/pnhec/4439.asp) Good starting point for background information on types of birth defects, learning about the roles genes play in birth defects, how to obtain genetic testing and counseling and other useful guidance.
Cancer.gov(http://cancer.gov/cancerinformation) The National Cancer Institute’s portal to information on the types of cancer, treatment options, methods for coping with cancer, support groups, screening and testing and prevention measures.
Cancer News on the Net(http://www.cancernews.com/default2.asp) Dedicated to bringing patients and their families the latest news and information on cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
OncoLink(http://www.oncolink.com/) Good starting resource for information on the types of cancer, treatment options, coping with cancer, clinical trials, and bibliography of books, music and videotapes on cancer.