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Introduces patients, friends and family to what radiotherapy treatment is, and answer common questions including why and how it is given, the different types available, side effects, how patients can cope with treatment and support services.
Provides information for parents and other adults on the ways they can communicate with children about cancer, treatment and its different stages, particularly when it affects a close loved one.
Provides information on types, symptoms, causes, statistics of Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma; diagnostic tools; treatment options; side effects; making treatment decisions; caring for oneself; support services and caring for someone with cancer.
This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about how to manage your finances after a cancer diagnosis. Cancer and its treatment can affect many aspects of a person’s life. Depending on your individual circumstances, you may need to adjust your budget to deal with reduced income and extra costs, and you could find that your financial plans and goals have changed. You may be running into difficulties with your budget for the first time in your life, so you might not know what to do if you can’t pay your bills or meet your repayments, or where to go for help. We hope this booklet helps you find a solution that suits you.
Provides information for patients, family and friends to what cancer pain is and how it can be treated, medications including opioid medication, and side effects,non-medication methods, such as physiotherapy and complementary therapies.
The Kids' Guide to Cancer has been developed to support children age 8-13 who have a parent, sibling, friend or loved one with cancer. Providing age appropriate information, the app answers some of the big questions kids have about cancer and gives them ideas on how they might support their loved.
Provides information on symptoms, causes, statistics of cervical cancer; diagnostic tools; treatment options; managing side effects; fertility and sexuality problems; making treatment decisions; caring for oneself and support services.
This fact sheet has been prepared to help you understand more about the possible effects of cancer treatments on your experience of eating. Some treatments can change the taste or smell of food, or the feeling of food in your mouth.
Many people with cancer have concerns about insurance. This fact sheet explains the law around getting insurance, including rights and responsibilities when applying for insurance policy, and when you can lawfully be refused insurance.