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Provides a summary of the latest evidence on diary foods, calcium and cancer Prevention for clinicians, researchers and health professionals.
This fact sheet provides an overview of gynaecological cancers including types, symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment and finding support.
A DVD developed in conjunction with clinicians from Lifehouse at RPA and Dr Norman Swan from the ABC. 'Living with Gynaecological Cancers' is an educational tool for women with gynaecological cancer, their loves ones, carers and health professionals. With a focus on survivorship, we meet women who’ve experienced gynaecological cancer first hand, interview experts on the full gamut of issues experienced by women with gynaecological cancer and examine evidenced based research as well as share important information for life following cancer.
Provides information on gynaecological cancers, cancers of the female reproductive organs, such as cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and Vulval cancers and what women can do to reduce their risk of developing them.
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 brochure is for people with a family history of cancer to help them decide if they would benefit from visiting a family cancer centre. One in two Australians will develop cancer in their lifetime. It is therefore not uncommon for several members of the same family to develop cancer, though in most cases the cancers will be unrelated.
Provides a summary of the epidemiological evidence, conclusions from cancer Prevention reports, current and recommended intake , recommendations and areas for future research for clinicians, researchers and health professionals.
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