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Welcome to The Learning Center's Recommended Resources

Recommended Resources are guides to information on cancers and cancer-related topics which have been developed by the librarians and health educators in The Learning Center at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. (Esta página en español.)

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Levit Family Learning Center
Mays Clinic, Floor 2, Elevator T
713-563-8010

Theodore N. Law Learning Center
Main Building, Floor 4, Elevator A
713-745-8063

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Holden Foundation Learning Center
Jesse  H. Jones Rotary House International
713-745-0007

The Learning Center provides materials for information and convenience only and are not to be substituted for medical advice. Medical information is often controversial and is continually changing. Please consult your health care provider to discuss your specific concerns.