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Texas Cancer Information (TCI)

Connecting patients, caregivers, the public, planners, physicians and other health professionals with reliable online cancer information.

Getting support

Find support resources for patients, families and survivors.

Support & Survivorship

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Find support and resources.

Cancer and your community

Learn about how cancer affects Texas communities and efforts to lessen its impact.

Cancer Control & Data

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Learn and participate

Access educational materials and trainings, participate in community events and see what’s new.

Upcoming Events

  • MD Anderson Certified Tobacco Treatment Training Program (CE credits available)
    • October 23-27, 2023
    • January 8-12, 2024
    • February 12-16, 2024
    • March 11-15, 2024
    • June 3-7, 2024

  • MD Anderson's Boot Walk to End Cancer® , Saturday, November 4, 2023

    The 8th annual event will be held in person or virtually and will raise awareness of our mission to end cancer in Texas, across the nation and around the world.

    You can join us in person on Saturday, November 4th, in the Texas Medical Center or walk 1.2 miles in the comfort of your neighborhood, demonstrating that together, we can give cancer the boot!

    This annual fundraiser provides support for patient programs, research, prevention and education at MD Anderson, — and 100% of funds raised by participants directly support MD Anderson's mission to end cancer.

    There is no registration fee and no minimum fundraising requirement. However, we encourage all participants to fundraise! When you register for the Boot Walk, you will receive free online and mobile fundraising tools, as well as staff support to help you raise funds and awareness among your friends, families and communities.

    On Saturday, November 4th, put on your favorite pair of boots — cowboy, rain, combat or other — and join thousands across the country for this year's Boot Walk. All ages are welcome to participate. There's fun for the entire family!

    Together, we'll give cancer the boot. Register today.

  • Introduction to Cancer Survivorship Content Still Available for Viewing (CE/CME No Longer Available)

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Texas Cancer Information was established in 1986 and is managed by the Office of Health Policy at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.