patient resources

Every patient who faces a cancer diagnosis has a personal emotional experience. With so much information on the internet, researching your diagnosis and treatment can be scary and overwhelming.

We feel it is important to provide patients with websites we know offer up-to-date information, support, and resources for our patients and their families.

Please remember, Dr. Karp is happy to meet with you and answer all of your questions about your cancer treatment and care. To schedule an appointment, please call 732.382.5550.



RT Answers is a resource for patients specifically looking for information about radiation therapy. The site includes a video about radiation therapy as well as a host of brochures for various cancers

The American Cancer Society website, is a resource for general cancer information, from before diagnosis through treatment and on to recovery. They have educational materials that are used by every patient we see in the Temple Cancer Center.

The National Cancer Institute is a source of information about all different types of cancer. They also have a clinical trials information and search page for NCI-supported trials.

National Comprehensive Cancer Network, has a “Patient Resources” section with information for patients about guidelines for treating various types of cancer. provides timely, comprehensive, oncologist-approved information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). This site provides the expertise and resources of ASCO to people living with cancer and their caregivers to help patients and families make informed health care decisions. This site features tips for lowering risk, information on symptoms and diagnosis, news and research, library of terms, interactive discussion lists, treatment options, and downloadable brochures.  Us TOO in an International Prostate Cancer Education & Support Network. Us TOO was founded by people directly affected by prostate cancer. Information in multiple languages about services and support for caregivers and families living with chronic illness.