Links to online information for women with advanced/metastatic cancer.
Books for children with a family member or friend who has cancer. These books cover a range of topics for different age groups from pre-school to teenage.
Cookbooks with ideas to tempt the tastebuds of women who are dealing with changes in taste and appetite during treatment.
Pamphlets and free resources
Our collection of pamphlets and booklets come from a wide range of trusted sources and cover many topics, including health, wellbeing and support services.
Links to reliable, up-to-date, online information on:
• Breast cancer
• Cervical cancer
• Ovarian, fallopian tube & primary peritoneal cancer
• Placental cancer
• Uterine (including endometrial) cancer
• Vaginal cancer
• Vulval cancer.
Resources have been reviewed by qualified Australian health professionals and women who have experienced breast or a gynaecological cancer.
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Information sessions – live and recorded
Our events program includes information sessions presented by medical, allied health and other specialists. Many of the sessions are recorded, so you can view them at a time that suits you.
• See our Upcoming sessions to book in for a live event.
• Watch recordings of past webinars.
Contact us for more information
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Resource Centre on 1300 781 500 so we can help you find information suited to your needs.
Although we no longer have a large library of books at Counterpart, we can direct you to suitable resources held by other Victorian libraries.
Resources can be posted to you free of charge, if you are a woman located in Victoria who has been affected by a breast or gynaecological cancer.