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 this Making Connections session presentation: Exercise and metastatic cancer: a practical approach.  In this webinar for women with metastatic (also known as advanced or secondary) cancer, Dr Amy Dennett, physiotherapist and Research Translation Fellow at Eastern Health, speaks about starting to exercise in a safe

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Click the 'View this item online' link above to view this What's On session slide presentation: Managing menopause: a naturopathic approach. Experienced naturopath Sandra Villella speaks about managing menopausal symptoms using diet, lifestyle changes and natural therapies. Hosted by Fiona McRae. Recorded at Women's Health Victoria, Melbourne, on 17 February 2020.

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Click the 'View this item online' link above to view this What's On session slide presentation: Medical acupuncture may be useful for a broad range of conditions including pain relief and the side effects of chemotherapy. In this presentation, Dr Becky Chapman, Staff Specialist in Medical Oncology at Bendigo Health explains how it can be

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Cover image of F*** You Cancer by Deborah James

Deborah James was a young woman, working as a deputy head teacher in the UK and mother of two children, when she was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer.  In this book she draws on her own experiences to provide suggestions for coping with diagnosis, treatment and living well with advanced (also known as metastatic

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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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Click the 'View this item online' link above to view this What's On session slide presentation: Medical cannabis. Medical cannabis may be useful for some symptoms associated with cancer and cancer treatment, such as nausea, pain, and loss of appetite. Associate Professor Brian Le, from the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, explains the current evidence on

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Click the 'View this item online' link above to view this What's On session slide presentation: Lymphoedema. Physiotherapist Helen Eason presents this session, which was recorded at Counterpart Resource Centre, Melbourne, on 7 March 2019.

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Click the 'View this item online' link above to view the recording of this What's On session webinar: Faith Rees, Nurse Coordinator of the Menopause Symptoms After Cancer Clinic at the Royal Women's Hospital in Melbourne, discusses management of menopausal symptoms after cancer treatment. Recorded at the Counterpart Resource Centre in Melbourne on 19 July 2018.

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Cover image of 'Everyday Strength'

This beautifully presented book by Sam Mannering and Karen McMillan is a collection of tips and recipes for people who are experiencing cancer treatment. Includes hair, skin and nail care, emotional wellbeing tips, dealing with fatigue, loss of appetite and nausea, and side effects of hormone therapy. Tempting recipes include soups, teas and smoothies. This

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