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With funding provided by Cancer Australia, the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW together with Cancer Council NSW, have developed patient resources specifically for Indigenous affected by cancer. The resources include fact sheets and a booklet of stories from Indigenous people affected by cancer.
This program discusses the risk factors and protective factors for skin cancer, early detection and diagnosis of skin cancer, and the various recommended treatment options.
This audio educational program delivered through the Yolngu radio service in the Yolngu Matha language talks about cancer. Two series are available.
Fact sheet on moving your body if you have cancer. Information on being active to reduce your risk of cancer, including practical tips and further information.
Fact sheet on limiting your alcohol intake if a person has cancer. Information on alcohol and cancer risk and other health issues, standard drink measures and further resources.
Fact sheet on maintaining a healthy weight if a person has cancer. Information on being overweight/obese, body mass index (BMI), practical tips and finding more information.
Fact sheet on eating for health if a person has cancer. Information on eating more fruits and vegetables, taking vitamin and mineral supplements and finding more information.
This fact sheet provides information about complementary therapies and cancer. During the cancer journey people may hear about, or become interested in, complementary therapies. There are many therapies on offer and information about these can be confusing. This fact sheet will help to make informed and safe choices.
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