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This fact sheet on surviving cancer is for people who have completed treatment for bowel cancer. It explains why follow-up appointments are important and possible effects from treatment.
This infomration sheet is for carers of cancer survivors. It contains information on coping with practical issues, caring for yourself, learning to cope with feelings, tips to help carers cope and further information about useful organizations that may provide further assistance.
Assists patients, family and friends to better understand practical ways of dealing with cancer related fatigue on life during and beyond treatment.
This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about chronic leukaemia. It was developed with help from medical experts and people who have been diagnosed with chronic leukaemia.
This information is designed to help cancer survivors and carers know where to get the right support with financial and practical issues.
This fact sheet on surviving cancer is for people who have completed treatment for prostate cancer. It explains why follow-up appointments are important and possible effects from treatment.
Provides introductory information for cancer patients, families and carers about advanced cancer - what it is and how to cope with it from an emotional and physical viewpoint, including communicating with family about advanced cancer, treatment and suppor
This fact sheet has been prepared to help you understand more about secondary lymphoedema, a possible side effect of cancer treatments. In this fact sheet we’ve used the term lymphoedema. Not all people treated for cancer will get lymphoedema. We hope this fact sheet will help you, your family and friends understand what lymphoedema is and how it can be managed.
This booklet has been prepared to help you understand how pleural mesothelioma is diagnosed and treated. We also include information about support services. As the experience for every person with pleural mesothelioma is different, you need to discuss your treatment options with your doctor. However, we hope the information in this booklet will answer some of your questions and help you think about other questions to ask your treatment team.