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This fact sheet is one in a series developed for cancer survivors who have finished active treatment. Eating well and maintaining a healthy weight may help lower the chances of some cancers returning and improve overall health.
The eating well and keeping active CD is designed to help people in WA understand how to eat well and stay active while managing your cancer treatment. Coping with a cancer diagnosis can be very distressing. With all of the emotions and physical effects of cancer treatment, healthy eating and exercise can be overlooked. This CD provides information about side effects of cancer treatment, nutrition and exercise.
Provides information for people from Aboriginal backgrounds and Aboriginal Health Workers about key cancer facts and dispels myths, including what cancer is, how it is caused, how to find out if you have cancer, how it is treated, support services etc.
A resource to train Aboriginal health workers in the causes, treatment and support of Aboriginal people with cancer. Developed in consultation with Aboriginal Health Workers across New South Wales.
Answers questions about what causes cancer. Enables someone to submit a query about the causes of cancer, and answers whether it is true or false.
Brochure is for people who are concerned about their family history of cancer and provides information about collecting family health history, some clues about whether they may have a higher than usual chance of developing cancer and who to contact.
List of metropolitan rural and remote cancer support groups in NSW. Call the Cancer Council Helpline 13 11 20 for information on the support groups, including contact details, where meet, time of groups and how they are run.
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