Articles from Advance for medical records and NCRA.
Check out the many interesting Stories of Hope in the American Cancer Society’s web site.
Home Page can be used as a Doctor Finder.
Provides news listing of obits. We suggest registrars find local or regional newspapers in their area and search obits for follow up.
Provides a reference site for anatomy of the human body.
Helps to find obituary abstracts from across the country and the newspapers they were printed in. Helpful for finding lost people who may have previously expired but can no longer be found in current newspapers and do not appear in Social Security Death Index.
Chartered in 1974, the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) is a non-profit organization that represents more than 5,000 cancer registry professionals and Certified Tumor Registrars (CTR®).
This provides physician guidelines to cancer treatment by site.
NPI number lookup page.
NCI website for up to date cancer information.
The Foundation for a Smoke Free America has tips on how to quit smoking successfully. Also included are messages to youth and adults from Patrick Reynolds, grandson of R.J. Reynolds, the tobacco company founder.
SEER Training Web Site now includes a training module for breast cancer reporting, along with several other sites.
Disclaimer: The websites above have been selected for their potential interest to CRANE members. The editors hope that these sites will provide useful information but cannot vouch for their content. It is up to the respective user to decide the appropriateness of each website.