If you are or have been affected by cancer, you may be feeling anxious about COVID-19.
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Returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic depends on several factors.
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It’s normal to be concerned about your risk of exposure and that of your loved ones.
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It’s important to draw on social networks for support, but social networks may be less available.
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Telehealth uses phone or video communication to provide health care services and information.
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While these may feel like uncertain times, regular checkups, including follow up care, are important...
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Advance Care Planning is a process of planning for future health care needs.
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Resources to help you navigate cancer and COVID-19.
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Katekat
Cancer Council knows it's important for Australians to have access to up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 and what it means for people affected by cancer. Please find below, translations of our Cancer and COVID-19 resources into the following l...
by Cancer Council Team Cancer Council Team in COVID-19 Resources posted on January
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Katekat
The podcast series, Cancer and COVID-19 has been produced by Cancer Council to explore what COVID-19 means for people affected by cancer. Who is this series for? This series is for anyone that has been affected by cancer and may have questions about ...
by Cancer Council Team Cancer Council Team in COVID-19 Resources posted on January
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CCNSWAdmin
While it's not certain that people who smoke are more likely to get COVID-19, we know that they are at a higher risk of getting respiratory infections in general. This means that it’s more likely than not that people who smoke have a higher risk of g...
by Community Manager Community Manager in General COVID-19 Information posted on October
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For those affected by cancer, the risk of contracting COVID-19 may be heightened due to compromised immunity, so more than ever, our community’s most vulnerable need support. There are many ways you can volunteer to help someone affected by cancer, s...
by Community Manager Community Manager in General COVID-19 Information posted on October
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If you need further assistance with advanced care planning, you can Visit Advance Care Planning Australia’s website. Call their National Phone Advisory Service on: 1300 208 582 Monday to Friday 9AM – 5PM (AEST). Speak with your health care team.
by Community Manager Community Manager in Advanced care posted on October
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Coronavirus restrictions may create difficulties in getting Advance Care Directives signed by the appropriate people and your doctor. Advance Care Directives can be completed with and signed by your doctor if you have email or fax available. Alternat...
by Community Manager Community Manager in Advanced care posted on October
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To get started with advanced care planning, we recommend that you: Start a conversation with your loved ones – be clear about what medical treatment and outcomes you would want or not want. Identify who should make your medical decisions if you becom...
by Community Manager Community Manager in Advanced care posted on October
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Advance Care Planning is a process of planning for future health care needs. This considers a person’s values, beliefs and preferences to inform medical treatment decision-making at a future time when the person cannot make or communicate their own w...
by Community Manager Community Manager in Advanced care posted on October
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Stem cell transplants are an important treatment option for people with blood cancer. However, having a weakened immune system may also increase your risk of COVID-19. Your doctor will discuss both the benefits of the stem cell transplant but also yo...
by Community Manager Community Manager in Impact on access to treatment & medicines posted on October
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If you have blood cancer and your immune system is compromised, you should follow strict physical distancing and hygiene recommendations to reduce your risk of infection. While you might want to have your family close to you at a time like this it wi...
by Community Manager Community Manager in Impact on access to treatment & medicines posted on October
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