How Can I Find a Cancer Risk Assessment and Counseling Program in My Area?

Question:How can I find a Cancer Risk Assessment and Counseling Program in my area?

Answer: You might find information about cancer risk assessment and counseling programs either through your local media or by calling the 1-800-4-CANCER number and asking them to refer you to a center close to you.

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