Breast Cancer Awareness Promoted By AccessMyLibrary

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month supported by AccessMyLibrary with access to its collection of educational resources about this life-altering disease.

However, when researching health-related issues like breast cancer on the Internet, it can be difficult to discern fact from fiction. We hope to provide a valuable public service by compiling authoritative information on breast cancer, its causes, prevention, detection, treatment and therapies, and allowing easy, quick access to that information.

AccessMyLibrary, the Web's leading free, library-supported online information resource, is promoting breast cancer awareness - an issue affecting women of all ages. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and AccessMyLibrary is supporting the cause by featuring an extensive collection of reference materials, journals and newspaper articles - all hand-chosen by AccessMyLibrary's staff of editors - on this life-altering disease. AccessMyLibrary.com grants users free access to nearly 30 million online articles from its diverse collection of more than 4,000 journals and publications, all courtesy of local public libraries.

"There is a wealth of information available on this subject, both online and off," said Eric Hoss, AccessMyLibrary Product Manager. "However, when researching health-related issues like breast cancer on the Internet, it can be difficult to discern fact from fiction. We hope to provide a valuable public service by compiling authoritative information on breast cancer, its causes, prevention, detection, treatment and therapies, and allowing easy, quick access to that information."

AccessMyLibrary encourages anyone interested in learning more about breast cancer to access its robust collection of consumer magazines, academic journals and other reference materials. From the latest medical research to stories about women facing this disease, AccessMyLibrary provides instant access to resources that increase awareness of this prevalent disease. All of these resources and more are available at the National Breast Cancer Awareness section of AccessMyLibrary.com.

For more information, contact Vanessa Birch at vanessa.birch(@)thomson.com.

About Gale
Gale (http://www.gale.com) serves the world's information and education needs through its vast and dynamic content pools, which are used by students and consumers in their libraries, schools and on the Internet. It is best known for the accuracy, breadth and convenience of its data, addressing all types of information needs - from homework help to health questions to business profiles - in a variety of formats - books and eBooks, databases and microfilm.

About AccessMyLibrary
Located at http://www.AccessMyLibrary.com , AccessMyLibrary is Gale's library advocacy Web site that allows patrons of participating libraries to access library databases and the full text of online journals and magazines anywhere and anytime with the click of a mouse.

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