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Provides introductory information for cancer patients, families and carers about advanced cancer - what it is and how to cope with it from an emotional and physical viewpoint, including communicating with family about advanced cancer, treatment and suppor
Part of Cancer Council's 'Understanding Cancer' series, 'Facing End of Life' is a booklet for people dying with terminal cancer. There is also information for family and friends of someone who is dying. It outlines what might happen physically, the emotional impact of knowing you are dying, and how you can prepare for death.
Provides information about what carers can do and say when someone has advanced cancer, how to look after themselves, practical advice, symptom control and where to find help.
This comic will assist Aboriginal people and their families to better understand what is meant by 'advance care planning' and quality of life issues for people who are sick and not going to get better.
This book is for young people who have a brother or sister diagnosed with life-limiting cancer. It provides practical support and information around palliative care and end-of-life, understanding feelings and anticipatory grief, asking questions, collecting memories and saying goodbye.
Understanding Cancer in the Liver: for people with primary liver cancer or secondary cancer in liver
Provides information on symptoms of primary liver cancer and secondary cancer in the liver that has spread from another part of the body. Has details on the causes, including Hepatitis B; statistics; diagnostic tools; treatment options; managing side effects; making treatment decisions; caring for oneself and support services.
Hope & Hurdles is a resource for women with secondary breast cancer. It was developed through consultation with women living with secondary breast cancer and those who treat and care for them, including topics that helped them and their family and friends during their journey with secondary breast cancer.
A suite of information resources designed by Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia for people with a recent diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer.
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