Click the 'View this item online' link above to view the recording of this What's On session webinar: Meron Pitcher FRACS, breast surgeon and Head of the Breast Clinic at Western Hospital, clearly explains how ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) differs from breast cancer, including diagnosis, treatment, prognosis and emerging evidence. Recorded on Wednesday 8

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Cover image of The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer

British authors Professor Trish Greenhalgh and Dr Liz O'Riordan both have medical backgrounds, and were both diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. This book describes the experiences from diagnosis to life after treatment, with their unique personal experiences. Includes chapters for men, LGBT+ people and older people with breast cancer, as well as a chapter

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This Kit has been replaced by the My Journey online tool. Sign up for the tool at bcna.org.au/resources. Please contact BCNA if you are not able to access the online tool.

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This picture book, the second in the Nurse Ted series, was a collaboration between children’s book writer and illustrator, Ffion Jones, and neuro-oncology clinical nurse specialist, Kerry Foster-Mitchell. It was created for children who have had a parent diagnosed with cancer. The images are a clever combination of illustrated characters and photographs showing what a

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Cover image of 100 questions about ovarian cancer

This is the 3rd edition of this popular book for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Provides a clear explanation of ovarian cancer, risk facts, diagnosis, staging, treatment options and side effects. Practical advice on managing symptoms, coping with relapse and advanced cancer.

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Click the 'View this item online' link above to view the recording of this What's On session webinar: Understanding your pathology report, presented by Dr Eric Sumithran at BreaCan Resource Centre on Thursday, 23 February 2017. Anatomical pathologist Dr Eric Sumithran demystifies the information in your pathology report, explains how it is used, and the role

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Online resource originally developed as a hard copy book in 2010 by the National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre (now Cancer Australia), and updated in 2013. This book is for people who have been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer (also known as metastatic breast cancer or advanced breast cancer). It contains information to help you understand your diagnosis and

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Cover image of Battle Scars by Charlene Ericson

Australian woman, Charlene Ericson, describes her experience with ovarian cancer. Diagnosed at the age of 31, with two young daughters, describes her diagnosis and treatment and provides advice for other women. Includes links to support services in Australia.

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Cover image of Susan Love's breast book, 6th edition

This 6th edition of Susan Love's well-regarded 'Breast book' provides her usual, reliable and clearly-written information on breast health, breast conditions, and particularly breast cancer. It provides an update on advances in the treatment of breast cancer over the last five years, and an update on advanced breast cancer.

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Australian woman Denise Sweeney tells the story of her diagnosis and treatment for uterine cancer, including diagnosis, surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and post-treatment life. Includes her tips for psychological strategies and graded activity.

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