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Provides evidence-based information to social and community service workers on the best ways to help their clients to quit smoking, with research findings on best practice cessation for disadvantaged smokers, including effective strategies.
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.
Provides lung cancer patients and families with information on aspects of living with lung cancer from diagnosis, treatments, survivorship and palliative surgery,including medical information from cancer health professionals.
This DVD looks at what happens when a person is diagnosed with mesothelioma through to available treatments and living with mesothelioma.It provides expert medical information from a team of health professionals involved in caring for people with mesothelioma, as well as experiences from people living with mesothelioma.
Lung Foundation Australia developed this booklet to help people diagnosed with lung cancer understand more about lung cancer, its diagnosis and treatment. You will find information to explain what lung cancer is, its causes, the symptoms and the different types of lung cancer.
Introduces patients, friends and family to what lung cancer is, its causes, statistics; answers common questions; and discusses diagnosis, treatment, side effects and support services.
This resource talks about a new campaign to listen out for lung cancer. It discusses the symptoms of lung cancer and that they are not necessarily related to smoking. The key message is to visit your doctor and ask for an xray if you have a persistent cough, a new or changed cough or are coughing up blood. It also advises against smoking to reduce the risk of lung cancer.
Provides information to the general community on the common symptoms of lung cancer and key messages and statistics relating to the disease in Australia.
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