Professor Kerryn Phelps AM writes about cancer from diagnosis, through treatment and recovery. Chapters include: Diagnosis Dealing with cancer emotionally Cancer specific treatments Adjunctive therapies Symptoms and side effects of cancer treatment Lifestyle adjustments to support recovery Most common forms of cancer (includes breast and cervical cancers).

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Melbourne comedian Luke Ryan's personal story of dealing with a cancer diagnosis, twice in his life – once at the age of 11 and again at 22.

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'The Cancer Survivor's Companion – Practical ways to cope with your feelings after cancer'. (full title) ' The Cancer Survivor's Companion will help you to deal with the emotional fallout of cancer, whether its days, months or years since your treatment ended. It is packed with reassurance, understanding and simple, practical ways to tackle key

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'Dying for a chat – the communication breakdown between doctors and patients'. Ranjana Srivastava. 'In a frank and clear-eyed assessment of an unacknowledged crisis, (the author) makes an impassioned case for healthcare training to incorporate effective communication skills.' (excerpt from back cover)

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A book produced by the U.S. Department of Health on the causes, symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatments and stages of cancer of the uterus.

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In this book, the author makes a compelling case for playing an active part in managing your health/illness through adjusting diet, stimulating the immune system, and addressing psychological issues, among other approaches. Ideas in the book are research based, and the author writes from the perspectives of both integrative medicine and cancer survivor.

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In this book, Dr Beningo offers a compassionate and easy to understand insight into standard and other treatments for ovarian cancer, and potential for breakthroughs in treatment for this cancer. It contains personal stories of women who have survived the disease.

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This resource provides quick and easy ideas on how to help a loved one with cancer, or be helped when living with a cancer diagnosis.

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A list of resources on breast and gynaecological cancers in Vietnamese and English. The PDF includes hyperlinks to these resources. This resource list was created as part of a project funded by Cancer Australia.

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