Society finds resources for Katrina survivors

Many organizations are coming together to provide medical help to Katrina survivors. One of these is the American Cancer Society.
Visit the Society web site to find out where many of the resources can be found for cancer patients in need both in the areas affected by Katrina and locations where survivors have been relocated.
The web site says, "As we face the aftermath of this storm, the Society is working to continue providing patient services and programs in those areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
"Individuals in need of American Cancer Society services in the affected area should contact our National Cancer Information Center at 1-800-ACS-2345. Cancer information specialists are available to answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."
And, "Download a list of Hurricane Katrina Resources – This document is a list of public resources available nationally as well as in the affected regions for those displaced by the storm."

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