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14 Nov 2022... This resource answers some commonly asked questions about breast cancer and cancer screening. Who can get breast cancer? Who is at higher risk? What are the signs to look out for? What happens at a breast screening appointment? Will the screening be painful or embarrassing? Can someone come with me to the appointment? How can I learn more about breast screening? What's the good news about breast cancer?
01 Mar 2018... Getting well after cancer is a booklet for people who have finished treatment for cancer. The booklet talks about things that can be hard after cancer and how to get help. This booklet has been adapted with permission from Cancer Council and Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre resources.
01 Jan 2015... Information for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. This booklet covers information about the different types of treatment for breast cancer and potential side effects.
01 Jan 2015... Translated Information for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. This booklet covers what cancer is, what causes breast cancer and the different types of breast cancer.
The bilingual glossary has been designed as a resource for professional translators, interpreters and bilingual health professionals working in the cancer field. The glossary is a unique central tool that provides language professionals with access to accurate, consistent and culturally and linguistically appropriate terminology. Note - the English document is bilingual.
There are lots of things to understand and decisions to make when you have cancer. It may be hard to know what is happening if the language you usually speak is not English. The website provides support and information for multicultural communities about a diagnosis, treatment, physical and emotional wellbeing and finding support. Click on the language links on this page to find information about cancer in your language.
This audio file provides information on why to treat breast cancer, what available breast cancer treatments do, side effects, making decisions about treatment and complementary therapies.
01 Feb 2016... Fatigue is a feeling of severe tiredness. Many people who have cancer and cancer treatment have fatigue. This fact sheet answers common questions about cancer-related fatigue.
01 Nov 2019... You may hear about, or become interested in, complementary therapies. There are many therapies available. This fact sheet has information to help you make informed and safe choices.
01 Jan 2016... This translated audio file describes what breast cancer is, the anatomy of breasts and what the available treatments are.
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