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This booklet has been prepared to help people understand more about two rare gynaecological diseases, including cancer of the vulva and cancer of the vagina.
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.
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.
Provides information on ways to deal with eating problems caused by cancer treatment and provide suggestions for the best types of food to eat during treatment and recovery, including basic nutrition, eating during treatment and recovery, eating problems.
Introduces patients, friends and family to what 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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