American Society of Clinical Oncology
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1964, with overarching goals of improving cancer care and prevention and ensuring that all patients with cancer receive care of the highest quality. More than 25,000 oncology practitioners belong to ASCO, representing all oncology disciplines (medical, radiation, and surgical oncology) and subspecialties. Members include physicians and health-care professionals participating in approved oncology training programs, oncology nurses, and other practitioners with a predominant interest in oncology. 

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A collection of monographs, published in English every four month, currently covering the following topics: Cardiology; Hypertension; Oncology; Neurology & Psychiatry; Respiratory Medicine; and Viral Hepatitis.

Lustgarten Foundation
A private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to making advances in the diagnosis, treatment, cure and prevention of pancreatic cancer.

National Consortium of Breast Centers
Non-profit organization of breast health professionals from all disciplines who network and focus on the development, implementation and expansion of breast center programs to enhance breast health care for the general public.

Society of Gynecologic Oncologists
Non-profit, international organization made up of obstetricians and gynecologists specializing in gynecologic oncology