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Your American Cancer Society welcomes any questions or comments you might have. For medical questions, we encourage you to review our information with your doctor.

If you have a question or suggestion that you would like to send to your American Cancer Society by email, please use the form provided. We are pleased you are contacting us and your email will be answered as quickly as possible; we are currently at a 3-5 business day turn around.

If you need immediate information, you can contact us via phone 24 hours a day seven days a week at 1-800-227-2345 (or 1-866-228-4327 for TTY) or contact us via live chat Monday-Friday,  7-6:30pm CST. 

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Cancer Related - Diagnosis and Treament Questions about cancer diagnosis, treatment or statistics.

Donations or Event-Related Need Questions related to ACS events (e.g. Relay For Life) or memorial, honor and/or general donations, planned giving and major gifts.

Prevention and Early Detection Questions about cancer risk factors, prevention or screening guidelines and/or related resources.

Support Programs and Resources For information about patient programs, support groups, and local resources for patients and/or caregivers.

Published Materials For more information about ACS published pamphlets, brochures, professional books and journals.

Advocacy or ACS Position For comments regarding cancer-related healthcare issues and public policy.

Tobacco For tobacco-related questions or for help quitting.