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Cancer Control Society. 2043 North Berendo Street, Los Angeles, CA 90027 Ph: (213) 663-7801 Provides listings and information on alter- ative cancer treatment centers and patients who have recovered from various cancers using alternative therapies. Particular em- phasis on metabolic therapies. Also spon- sors an annual convention showcasing 40-50 alternative practitioners who treat cancer. The CCS publishes a magazine—Cancer Control Journal—with news and features on alternate therapies. It maintains the Cancer Book House with “books and reprints on nutrition, cancer, and other related dis- eases.” Price list available on request. Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy. P.O. Box 1242, Old Chelsea Station, New York, NY 10113 Ph: (212) 741-2790. A clearinghouse for information regarding alternative cancer therapies, emphasizing nutritional and metabolic approaches. International Association for Cancer Victors and Friends. 7740 West Manchester Avenue Suite 110, Playa del Rey, CA 90293 Ph: (310) 822-5032. Provides information and listings on alternative cancer treatment centers and patients who have recovered from cancer using alternative methods. Focus is on cancer treatments and scientific research conducted around the world. People Against Cancer. P.O. Box 10, Otho, Iowa 50569 Ph: (515) 972-4444 A nonprofit grassroots membership organi- zation dedicated to cancer prevention and medical freedom of choice. Provides counsel- ing and information on alternative cancer treatments. World Research Foundation. 15300 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 405, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 Ph: (818) 907-5483 Large research library of alternative medi- cine. Library is open to the public. Provides a computer search and printout of specific health issues for a nominal fee. Committee for Freedom of Choice in Cancer Therapy, Inc., 146 Main Street, Suite 408, Los Altos, CA 94022 The Committee for Freedom of Choice in cancer is a nonprofit organization, subsisting on contributions from its committees and friends.” The committee’s main activity has been to lobby for the legalization of laetrile. Publishes The Choice. International Association of Cancer Victims and Friends. 7740 Manchester Avenue,

Suite 110, Playa del Rey, CA 90291 Ph: (213) 822-5032 Publishers of the Cancer News Journal, “a layman’s journal for laymen and profession- als.” The IACVF describes itself as a “chari- table, educational, nonprofit organization that serves as a clearinghouse for the accu- mulation of material on nontoxic cancer therapies and other related topics for laymen and professionals. As a lay organization we cannot prescribe, only provide enlightenment on the current status of various cancer therapies, approaches to prevention, and research achievements.” National Health Federation. P.O. Box 688, 212 West Foothill Boulevard, Monrovia, CA 91016 Ph: (213) 357-2181 “The National Health Federation is America’s largest organized non-commercial health consumer group. It is a nonprofit corpora- tion founded in 1955. Its members believe that health freedoms are inherently guaran- teed to us as human beings, and our right to them as Americans is implied in the words ‘life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness’ . . The NHF opposes monopoly and compulsion in things related to health where the safety and welfare of others are not concerned . .” The NHF publishes the National Health Federation Bulletin and Public Scrutiny. Second Opinion. P.O. Box 548, Bronx, NY 10468 “Second Opinion is the voice of rank-and-file employees of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. It presents news and opin- ions of the Center and the cancer field from the employees’ point of view . . In cancer, we believe in putting prevention first; making research relevant to human diseases; an open-minded policy toward new and unor- thodox methods; making the best treatment available to all people; taking the profits out of cancer.” Cancer Federation. P.O. Box 52109, Riverside, CA 92517 Ph: (714) 682-7989. CanHelp. 3111 Paradise Bay Road, Port Ludlow, WA 98365 Ph: (206) 437-2291 National Self-Help Clearinghouse, 25 West 43rd Street, Room 620, New York, NY 10036 Nutrition Education Association, Inc., 3647 Glen Haven, Houston, Texas 77025 Ph: (713) 665-2946 Patient Advocates for Advanced Cancer Treatments, Inc. (PAACT), 1143 Parmelee NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 Ph: (616) 453- 1477

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