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These booklets are designed to guide people with cancer, their carers, and health professionals through the public health system in the Northern Territory. You may choose to access the private system or travel interstate for care. This may change the nature of the pathway you follow. These booklets cover the five most common tumour types in the Territory while this one covers breast cancer.
Provides information for remote Australian Indigenous women to have two yearly breast screening with Breastscreen NT. It explains breast screening, why important, how and who needs mammography and where available, when to go and how to ma
This booklet has been written to help women understand more about common breast problems. It also provides information about how to manage and treat some of these problems and about identifying early signs of breast cancer.
Provides information for Victorian women on need for breast awareness, early detection of breast cancer, screening, risk and reducing the risk of breast cancer. In English, Arabic,Chinese, Greek, Italian, Malay, Tagalog/Filipino, Turkish and Vietnamese.
If you have been told by your doctor that you are at high risk of breast cancer, you are probably wondering if there is anything you can do to reduce your risk.This information sheet tells you about lifestyle factors that may affect your risk.
This booklet aims to give information to women with early breast cancer, their partners, family and friends. The booklet help make decisions about treatment and care, but it is not a substitute for doctor’s advice, produced in English, Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Italian, Vietnamese.
This fact sheet on surviving is for people who have completed treatment for early stage breast cancer. It explains why follow-up appointments are important and possible effects from treatment.
This information has been developed to help you understand the signs and symptoms of lymphoedema following treatment for breast cancer, how to reduce the risk of developing lymphoedema and what you can do to help manage the condition if you develop it.
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