Following is a list of freeware that provides tools and online resources related to genetics and genealogy. To learn more about a particular item, click on the item name. To download a software product or visit an interactive web site, click on "download" or "view," respectively. But first, please read our disclaimer and permissions page if you haven't already done so.

Cancer Statistics
By National Cancer Institute. Statistics on patterns and trends in various cancer types.
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Cancer.gov Cancer Information
By National Cancer Institute. Provides information on types of cancer, treatment, prevention, causes, and how to cope with cancer.
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Ensembl Genome Browser
By EMBL-EBI and the Sanger Institute. Ensembl provides access to state-of-the-art, automatic annotation of human genomic data, as well as genomic data for chimps, rats, mosquitoes, zebra fish, fruitflies, mice, and more.
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Genetic Images
By Tokyo Medical University. Genetic images and animations. Some descriptions are in Japanese.
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Graphics Gallery
By Biotech Applied. Graphics Gallery is a series of labeled diagrams with explanations representing the important processes of biotechnology. Each diagram is followed by a summary of information, providing a context for the process illustrated.
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Medical Algorithms: Medical Genetics
By Institute for Algorithmic Medicine. Contains medical algorithms (computation, formula, survey, or look-up tables) useful in medical genetics. In MS Excel.
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Online Education Kit: Understanding the Human Genome Project
By National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Human Genome Project offers this multimedia educational kit for high school students and the interested public. It includes videos and activities, including Milestones in Genetics; Genes, Variation, and Human History; How to Sequence a Genome; Ethical, Legal and Social Implications; Glossary of Genetic Terms; and the video: Exploring Our Molecular Selves. Available for PC or MAC.
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Online Education Kit: Understanding the Human Genome Project
By National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Human Genome Project offers this multimedia educational kit for high school students and the interested public. It includes videos and activities, including Milestones in Genetics; Genes, Variation, and Human History; How to Sequence a Genome; Ethical, Legal and Social Implications; Glossary of Genetic Terms; and the video: Exploring Our Molecular Selves.
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Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) Database
By Johns Hopkins University Medical School. Provides a catalog of human genes and genetic disorders authored and edited at Johns Hopkins University Medical School and developed for the Internet by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and NLM.
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PDQ (Physician Data Query)
By National Cancer Institute. PDQ (Physician Data Query) is NCI's comprehensive cancer database. It contains peer-reviewed summaries on cancer treatment, screening, prevention, genetics, and supportive care; a registry of more than 8,000 open and 19,000 closed cancer clinical trials from around the world; and directories of physicians, professionals who provide genetics services, and organizations that provide cancer care.
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