Click the 'View this item online' link above to view the recording of this What's On session webinar: Scars, cording & swelling: recovery after breast cancer surgery. Three of the most common issues relate to scars, cording and breast swelling. Physiotherapist and lymphoedema practitioner, Sachini (Sach) Ganhewa will share information and practical tips for managing

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Click the 'View this item online' link above to view the recording of this What's On session webinar: 'Breast reconstruction' presented by plastic surgeon, Dr Kim Taylor. Dr Taylor speaks about what women need to consider when deciding on breast reconstruction, the types of reconstructive surgery available, current issues, and new developments in the field. Presented

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Cover image of the book Beauty After Breast Cancer

This joyful and positive book was created by women who have experienced breast cancer, and provides the information they wish they had had access to when they were diagnosed.  It is a large format book featuring full-colour images. It offers so much more than pictures, as it is possible to search for women who have had specific

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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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Medical information is outdated but there are timeless ideas for managing life after breast cancer, discussing relationships with the health care team, monitoring your health, lingering side effects and the psychological after effects.

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Marc Silver's wife Marsha was diagnosed with breast cancer 3 years before this book was published in 2004. He wrote this book to provide practical advice and direction to partners and carers of other women who have cancer. It includes chapters on dealing with diagnosis, talking to children, attending appointments, coping during treatment, facing death

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After her mother died of cancer, Jessica Queller took the test for a BRCA mutation – the genetic marker for breast and ovarian cancer. To her shock, the results came back virulently positive, meaning she had more than 85% chance of getting cancer herself. Vibrant, successful, single but still yearning for marriage and a family,

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Describes the personal story of a woman who had a potential 80 percent chance of getting breast cancer due to her genetic history. With full knowledge of her predisposition Sharon decided to take control of her destiny and had a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction using her own tummy tissue. Taking that drastic decision to

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Reflecting the combined wisdom of more than twenty leading medical experts, this book includes clear explanations, colour graphics, lists of questions to ask your healthcare professionals, and candid testimonials by patients who have 'been there before'. [Cover]

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