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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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 well regarded book is written by health journalist Kathy Steligo, with personal experience of breast cancer and reconstruction surgery. The book covers the different surgery options, side effects and benefits. This is the 4th edition, published in 2017.

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Picture book written by two young girls whose mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Describes their concerns as they watch and support their mother as she goes through surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

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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 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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Personal story, told in cartoon format, with original illustrations from the author. Magalie Lameloise was 33 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is her story from finding a small lump to finding her 'new normal' after treatment. Magalie was married with a young baby at the time of diagnosis and lived in Sydney.

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Author, Sue Croft, is an Australian physiotherapist with a special interest in continence and women's health. This book provides guidance for rehabilitation following gynaecological repair surgery. It includes extensive bladder and bowel advice; comprehensive preparation exercises; handy hints for your hospital stay; post-surgery abdominal exercises; return to work, sex and sport guidance; post-surgery travel advice.

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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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Click the 'View this item online' link above to hear this What's On session recording: Dr Natalie Ngan has extensive experience as a plastic surgeon with particular expertise in the area of breast reconstruction. In this session, Natalie covers a number of areas including what factors women need to consider in deciding what is right

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