CDC offers scientifically accurate information about cancer in a variety of formats, including many in Spanish.
- Videos: CDC’s YouTube channel has a variety of cancer-related videos.
- Podcasts: You can listen to these audio files on your computer now, or download them and listen to them later. Many are offered in short and long versions.
- Print materials: You can download and print brochures, fact sheets, and posters, and order copies of selected publications.
- Infographics: These graphics present important information in a simple way with pictures and text.
- Web features: These pages provide an overview of cancer topics that are appropriate for the season or support a health observance.
- Shareable graphics: You can copy and paste the code to display these images on your Web site, social network profile, or blog.
- Cancer Prevention Works newsletter: This biweekly newsletter provides the latest information about activities and accomplishments in CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control.
- Twitter: You can follow our full Twitter feed and view collections about specific kinds of cancer, our tweets in Spanish, and our latest research. You can also share our tweets with others by embedding them on your Web site.
We also offer resources in other areas of the site—
- The Topic Is Cancer blog: Hosted by CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, this blog provides personal perspectives on cancer-related topics.
- Colorectal cancer public service announcements (PSAs): Developed by CDC’s Screen for Life: National Colorectal Cancer Action Campaign..
- Gynecologic cancer PSAs: Developed by CDC’s Inside Knowledge: Get the Facts About Gynecologic Cancer campaign.