Each material has a wealth of knowledge to assist you in understanding breast cancer. In addition, many of our educational materials are available in Spanish, and some materials are available in other languages. You can find these materials on the Translated Materials page.
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Cancer Australia produces a wide range of cancer publications, including: guidelines, cancer guides, reports, fact sheets, DVD's, posters and pamphlets. If you experience difficulties downloading, accessing or ordering any Cancer Australia resource, please call 02 or email us at enquiries canceraustralia. This information has been developed to support a discussion with a woman about ovarian cancer, for women at high or potentially high risk.
Feedback on our cancer information. Download our content in other formats. Download your free copy of the Relax CD, track by track. How we work towards creating a future with less cancer.
CDC develops materials designed to teach health professionals, policy makers, the media, and the public about cancer prevention and control. We offer a variety of fact sheets, brochures, posters, and more, including a selection in Spanish. You can order printed copies of some of our publications free of charge.
FORCE publishes and distributes hundreds of thousands of educational brochures about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, insurance issues and our programs. FORCE publishes and distributes hundreds of thousands of educational brochures about hereditary breast, ovarian and related cancers, insurance issues and our programs each year. You may download single copies of all our materials below.
Over 55, women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the UK. This guide will give you information on breast cancer awareness, risks and diagnosis. The earlier breast cancer is diagnosed the better the chances of successful treatment.
BCNA produces a range of free booklets and fact sheets for those with breast cancer, and their families. These are listed below. Breast cancer and its treatment can affect sexual wellbeing in many different ways. This booklet outlines practical strategies to help address issues such as the loss of desire, the physical symptoms of menopause including vaginal dryness, building and rebuilding emotional and physical intimacy with a partner, talking to a health professional about sexual wellbeing concerns, and finding additional information and support.
English publications Looking for publications in other languages? Chinese English French. This booklet is for people who have been diagnosed with advanced cancer and their caregivers.
The Foundation has produced a range of targeted materials approved by its Medical Advisory Committee. These materials are available free of charge, however the Foundation welcomes donations to help offset the cost of producing these materials. Unfortunately we don't deliver outside of New Zealand, you are welcome to download our PDF's instead.