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This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about cancer of the uterus – also called uterine cancer, womb cancer, cancer of the lining of the womb or endometrial cancer. In this booklet, we use the terms ‘cancer of the uterus’ and ‘uterine cancer’. Many women feel shocked and upset when told they have uterine cancer. We hope this booklet will help you, your family and friends understand how uterine cancer is diagnosed and treated. We also include information about support services.
This factsheet details the testing process involved with the diagnosis of endometrial cancer. It includes what tests to find the cancer, further tests and the health professional involved in testing.
This factsheets explains the treatment option for people with endometrial cancer. Content includes information of the types of treatment, treatment planning and the benefits and disadvantages of cancer treatment.
This booklet provides information for anyone thinking about having genetic testing for a rare group of cancers called Lynch syndrome, and includes information about Lynch syndrome, genetic testing and an aid for decision making.
This fact sheet provides an overview of gynaecological cancers including types, symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment and finding support.
This resource has been developed to support women (and their partners) in understanding and addressing issues of intimacy and sexuality following the diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological cancer.
Provides information on the link between body weight and cancer risk, including being overweight, cancer risk and tips and ideas on reducing risk.
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.
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