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Lability: Do you feel that you are on an emotional roller coaster?

Provides information on brain tumour for patients and carers regarding how to manage lability, i.e. feeling like you are on an emotional roller coaster.

Cancer type: Brain and spinal cord tumours
Written for: Men, Women, Youth / Adolescents 13-18 years
Focusing on: Managing symptoms and side effects
Targeting: Organisations, staff /or health professionals, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2011

Last updated on this website:
08-01-2011

By: Cancer Institute NSW
 

Preservation: Do you repeat yourself or get stuck like a broken record

Provides important information about many of the thinking and behaviour changes people may experience after a brain tumour, in particular preservation (repeating yourself or get stuck like a broken record).

Cancer type: Brain and spinal cord tumours
Written for: Children 0-12 years, Men, Women, Youth / Adolescents 13-18 years
Focusing on: Managing symptoms and side effects
Targeting: Organisations, staff /or health professionals, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2011

Last updated on this website:
08-01-2011

By: Cancer Institute NSW
 

Stress & Anxiety: Are you feeling tense, nervous or overwhelmed?

Provides information about many of the thinking, emotional and behaviour changes people may experience after a brain tumour and how to manage stress and anxiety.

Cancer type: Brain and spinal cord tumours
Written for: Children 0-12 years, Men, Women, Youth / Adolescents 13-18 years
Focusing on: Managing symptoms and side effects
Targeting: Organisations, staff /or health professionals, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2011

Last updated on this website:
08-01-2011

By: Cancer Institute NSW
 

Managing changes to thinking and behaviour after diagnosis of a brain tumour

Provides important information about many of the thinking and behaviour changes people may experience after a brain tumour, including anger management, memory loss, case studies.

Cancer type: Brain and spinal cord tumours, Central nervous system
Written for: Children 0-12 years, Men, Women, Youth / Adolescents 13-18 years
Focusing on: Managing symptoms and side effects, Sexuality issues
Targeting: Organisations, staff /or health professionals, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2011

Last updated on this website:
28-11-2014

By: Cancer Institute NSW
 

Understanding Brain Tumours (National

This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about brain and spinal cord tumours, and what you may experience with either of these diseases. It provides information about both non-cancerous (benign) and cancerous (malignant) tumours, and primary and secondary tumours.

Cancer type: Brain and spinal cord tumours, Central nervous system
Written for: Children 0-12 years, Men, Women, Youth / Adolescents 13-18 years
Focusing on: Check ups, Disease stages, Managing symptoms and side effects, Recovery, Treatment options
Targeting: People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2014

Last updated on this website:
26-06-2014

By: Cancer Council NSW
 

Brain Tumour: Memory: Do you keep forgetting things?

Provides information on brain tumour for patients and carers regarding how to manage memory loss.

Cancer type: Brain and spinal cord tumours, Central nervous system
Written for: Men, Women
Focusing on: Managing symptoms and side effects
Targeting: General Public, Organisations, staff /or health professionals, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2011

Last updated on this website:
28-09-2011

By: Cancer Institute NSW
 

Cancer in the family (VIC) (leaflet)

This brochure is for people with a family history of cancer to help them decide if they would benefit from visiting a family cancer centre. One in two Australians will develop cancer in their lifetime. It is therefore not uncommon for several members of the same family to develop cancer, though in most cases the cancers will be unrelated.

Cancer type: Bowel / Colorectal Cancer, Brain and spinal cord tumours, Breast cancer, Endocrine-Other, Kidney cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Skin Cancer / Melanoma, Stomach / Oesophageal Cancer
Written for: Men, Women
Focusing on: Communicating with GPs, Communicating with health and medical staff, Strategies to reduce cancer risk
Targeting: General Public

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2013

Last updated on this website:
09-07-2015

By: Cancer Council VIC
 

Kids' Guide to Cancer

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 type: Bone Cancer, Bowel / Colorectal Cancer, Brain and spinal cord tumours, Breast cancer, Cervical Cancer, Kidney cancer, Leukaemia, Liver Cancer, Lung Cancer, Lymphoma, Ovarian Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Skin Cancer / Melanoma, Testicular Cancer, Uterine Cancer
Written for: Children 0-12 years
Focusing on: Managing symptoms and side effects, Recovery, Treatment options
Targeting: Partners, family and friends of people with cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2015

Last updated on this website:
21-10-2015

By: Camp Quality
 

Cancer Council Connect - Talk to someone who's been there (NSW)

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.

Cancer type: Bladder cancer, Bowel / Colorectal Cancer, Brain and spinal cord tumours, Breast cancer, Cervical Cancer, Early Cancer, Genital Cancer, Head and Neck Cancer, Lung Cancer, Lymphoma, Myeloma, Ovarian Cancer, Pancreatic cancer, Penile Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Sarcoma, Skin Cancer / Melanoma, Stomach / Oesophageal Cancer, Testicular Cancer, Thyroid cancer, Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer, Uterine Cancer
Written for: Men, Women
Focusing on: Communicating with GPs, Communicating with health and medical staff, Complementary / Alternative therapy, Managing symptoms and side effects, Recovery, Sexuality issues, Treatment options, Work and Cancer
Targeting: General Public, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2011

Last updated on this website:
30-08-2013

By: Cancer Council NSW
 

Cancer Information Website

The Cancer Information website is a collaborative website by Macquarie University Cancer Institute and Macquarie University Library. It aims to create a patient information website to inform and empower cancer patients and carers, as well as to provide educational benefits for the wider community. Resources with appropriate content and health literacy are included as well as clinician created information for patients with specific cancers.

Cancer type: Advanced cancer, Bladder cancer, Bone Cancer, Bowel / Colorectal Cancer, Brain and spinal cord tumours, Breast cancer, Cancer of unknown primary, Central nervous system, Early Cancer, Endocrine-Other, Head and Neck Cancer, Kidney cancer, Leukaemia, Liver Cancer, Lung Cancer, Lymphoma, Myeloma, Ovarian Cancer, Pancreatic cancer, Parotid Gland, Prostate Cancer, Sarcoma, Skin Cancer / Melanoma, Stomach / Oesophageal Cancer, Thyroid cancer, Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer, Vulva cancer
Written for: Children 0-12 years, Men, Women, Youth / Adolescents 13-18 years
Focusing on: Communicating with health and medical staff, Complementary / Alternative therapy, Disease stages, Food and eating, Managing symptoms and side effects, Recovery, Treatment options
Targeting: General Public, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

Year the publication was first published or reviewed:2014

Last updated on this website:
30-09-2014

By: Macquarie University Library
 

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