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Blood in semen, also called haematospermia, can happen to men at any age after puberty.The majority of cases go away in time without treatment. This resource is a guide on what causes blood in semen and what should be done after discovering blood in semen.
Fact sheet for men on getting checked for cancer. Information on a cancer prevention plan for men, including practical tips on reducing your risk of cancer and screening and diagnosis of prostate, testicular, bowel cancer.
Provides an overview for men regarding Prevention and early detection of prostate, bowel, lung, skin and testicular cancer as well as obesity and alcohol information.
Provides information for the Queensland community on how to eat healthy foods to reduce cancer risk, important food groups and reading labels effectively.
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.
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.
Cancer Connect is a free and confidential telephone support service that connects a person who has a cancer diagnosis with a specially trained volunteer who has had a similar cancer experience. Connect volunteers listen and share their experiences, ways of coping, practical information, emotional support and hope.
Introduces patients, friends and family to what radiation therapy (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.
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