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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.
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 audio message aims to raise awareness of prostate cancer among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men. The key messages include: maintaining a balanced diet with lots of fruit and vegetables exercising regularly moderating alcohol consumption being aware of a family history of cancer.
Fact sheet on after a diagnosis of prostate cancer. Includes information on treatment options and looking after your physical and emotional wellness.
Fact sheet on the early detection of prostate cancer. Information on screening, diagnosis, signs and symptoms, and PSA (prostate specific antigen) testing.
These booklets are designed to guide people with cancer, their carers, and health professionals through the public health system in the Northern Territory. You may choose to access the private system or travel interstate for care. This may change the nature of the pathway you follow. These booklets cover the five most common tumour types in the Territory while this one covers prostate cancer.
This poster uses culturally meaningful artwork and wording to appeal to Indigenous men. It aims to raise awareness about the early signs of prostate cancer.
Finding prostate cancer is not as straight forward as you might think. Cancer Council recommends you carefully consider whether to have testing. Discuss your situation with your doctor and make a decision only after you understand the pros and cons of testing and treatment.
This booklet is a guide for general practitioners that face the question of how best to manage consultations for men who present for a general check-up or who have particular concerns about prostate cancer.
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