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Provides information on ways to deal with eating problems caused by cancer treatment and provide suggestions for the best types of food to eat during treatment and recovery, including basic nutrition, eating during treatment and recovery, eating problems.
Provides patients, friends and family with information about ovarian cancer; answers common questions, and discusses diagnosis, treatment choices, side effects, e.g. menopause and lymphoedema and support services.
This booklet answers many common questions about fertility and suggests ways to bring up this topic with your medical team. There is general information about: preserving your fertility before cancer treatment, protecting it during treatment, and what your options may be if you have finished treatment.
This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about cancer of unknown primary. Health professionals use several terms to describe this cancer, including occult primary cancer, tumour of unknown origin or metastatic malignancy of unknown primary. In this booklet we use the term cancer of unknown primary or CUP. We hope this booklet will help you understand how CUP is diagnosed and treated. We cannot advise you about the best tests and treatment for you. You need to discuss this with your doctors. However, we hope this information will answer your questions and help you think about other questions to ask your doctors.
This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about surgery, one of the main treatments for cancer. More than half of all people diagnosed with cancer have an operation to remove the cancer, but not all cancers are treated by surgery. Surgery may be used by itself or with other cancer treatments.
Introduces patients, friends and family to what prostate cancer is, answer common questions, and discusses diagnosis, treatment, symptoms, causes, statistics of prostate cancer; side effects and support services.
This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about complementary therapies. There are many reasons why people with cancer consider using complementary therapies, which are generally used in combination with conventional cancer treatment. They may offer you physical, emotional and spiritual support, reduce side effects from medical treatment, and improve your quality of life.
This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about cancer of the uterus – also called uterine cancer, womb cancer, cancer of the lining of the womb or endometrial cancer. In this booklet, we use the terms ‘cancer of the uterus’ and ‘uterine cancer’. Many women feel shocked and upset when told they have uterine cancer. We hope this booklet will help you, your family and friends understand how uterine cancer is diagnosed and treated. We also include information about support services.
Provides information on the emotional impact of cancer and gives tips on communication, dealing with the diagnosis of cancer, sharing feelings, looking after yourself, depression, sexuality issues dealing with relationships, and support.