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Provides introductory information for women with breast cancer about breast prosthesis and reconstruction options, different reconstruction types, recovery after operation, costs, and decision making.
This health promotion resource by the National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre (NBOCC) seeks to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women with important information about breast cancer awareness, early detection, and breast cancer treatment.
Provides information on symptoms, causes, statistics of breast cancer; diagnostic tools; treatment options; managing side effects; fertility and sexuality problems; making treatment decisions; caring for oneself and support services.
This audio educational program delivered through the Yolngu radio service in the Yolngu Matha language talks about cancer. Two series are available.
This resource is written in a bilingual, easy-to-read format and provide information about where and how to access practical support such where to find peer support, accessing a wig library and traveling for treatment.
This resource is written in a bilingual, easy-to-read format and includes messages of hope and support from other women who have survived breast cancer. This resource also normalises feelings of fear and highlights that most women in Australia survive breast cancer.
This resource is written in a bilingual, easy-to-read format and covers information about: - Treatments for breast cancer - Possible side effects of treatment - Making decisions about treatment
This resource is written in a bilingual easy-to-read format and covers information about: - what is cancer? - what is breast cancer? - what causes breast cancer? - different types of breast cancer
‘I wish I could fix it’: Supporting your partner through breast cancer, aims to help male and female partners of women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the last 12 months. The booklet includes information on breast cancer, its treatments, how partners can support the woman diagnosed, and practical tips to deal with some of the common challenges that they themselves may face. The booklet includes information resources and counselling services.
Because it's visible to others, hair loss (alopecia) can be one of the more distressing aspects of treatment for breast cancer. The hair loss fact sheet looks at how to prepare yourself if hair loss occurs, and steps you can take to reduce its impact.
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