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Additional Prevention Resources

ASPIRE is a Smoking Prevention Interactive Experience that explains the facts about smoking to youth and students. At this site, they can learn how to resist smoking and explore ways to quit if they've already started.

Audio and Video Podcasts
MD Anderson develops audio and video podcasts to educate people about cancer prevention, risk reduction and screening. Podcasts are available on the MD Anderson site and other sites such as YouTube and iTunes University. If your organization would like to access these resources to share with community members or employees, send an email to

Cancer Risk Check
Cancer Risk Check is an online cancer risk assessment tool. After completing a short questionnaire, participants receive personalized recommendations on screening exams and ways they can change their lifestyle to reduce their cancer risks.

Focused on Health
Focused on Health is a monthly, online newsletter for the public. Articles feature creative ways to improve health and reduce cancer risks. If your organization would like to reprint articles to share with community members or employees, send an email to

On-Campus Cancer Education and Screening Events
MD Anderson hosts free events for the community on various topics to promote a healthy mind, body and spirit. If you'd like to learn about upcoming events, send an email to

Project S.A.F.E.T.Y.
Sun Awareness For Educating Today's Youth is a science-based skin cancer awareness and prevention curriculum developed by MD Anderson.

Social Media
MD Anderson has a Facebook and Twitter pages that informs people about ways to live a healthier life and reduce cancer risks.

In the Spirit of Health
In the Spirit of Health is a cancer prevention program for African American churches.  Program components include a colorful, one-page cancer prevention newsletter, access to MD Anderson’s community services and cancer education consultation. If your organization would like more information, send an email to

The eTour is an online interactive video tour of MD Anderson’s campus, services and people. 

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