Resources for More Information: Cancer Pain Management

Autor: Christina Bach, MBE, LCSW, OSW-C
Fecha de la última revisión: December 11, 2023

You can find tips on the internet to help you during and after your cancer treatment. You want to make sure what you are reading is true. OncoLink finds these websites to be up-to-date and reliable.

American Academy of Pain Medicine

The mission of the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) is to promote quality care of patients with pain as a symptom of a disease and primary pain disease through research, education, and advocacy, and through the advancement of the specialty of Pain Medicine.

Cancer Pain Research Consortium

Dedicated to improving the management of cancer-related pain through research, the development of best practice guidelines, and education for physicians and patients.

U.S. Pain Foundation

The mission of the U.S. Pain Foundation is to empower, educate, connect, and advocate for people living with chronic conditions that cause pain.

American Cancer Society

Provides education about pain management during and after cancer treatment. Offers a free pain diary as well as information on non-medication strategies for pain management.

Cancer Care

Offers free counseling, education, and resources for cancer pain management.

Support for women dealing with pain from breast cancer treatment.

National Cancer Institute

Support for People with Cancer: Cancer Pain Control