Explore reliable and accurate information on different cancer types.
The different types of cancer treatments and making the right treatment decisions.
Find answers to questions and myths surrounding cancer including its causes and the impact of alternative therapies.
Dealing with the impact that cancer and its treatment have on many aspects of a person's life - emotions, work, finances, nutrition and exercise.
Staying emotionally and physically healthy after treatment has finished.
You may find this checklist helpful when thinking about the questions you want to ask your doctor about your cancer and treatment.
It’s not always possible to cure cancer but treatment can enhance your quality of life and maintain your independence for as long as possible.
Mindful meditation is a powerful tool for handling stress and anxiety in your life.
In these CDs, Australian psychologist Dr Lisbeth Lane guides you through the basics of mindfulness, allowing you to find some peace from your busy thoughts. These simple exercises help you to take things one day at a time so you can focus more easily on the present, rather than worrying about the past or fearing the future.
Listen online or order a free copy of this CD by calling Cancer Council on 13 11 20.
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Cancer Council has trained volunteers who can listen with unique understanding and share their experience to provide practical information and emotional support.
Perhaps you are too unwell or your illness limits your ability to travel, in which case the Telephone Support Group program is a way to get support from home.
Our national Pro Bono program can connect you with a lawyer, financial planner, accountant or HR/Recruitment professional who can help you, free for eligible clients.
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The information on this page is specific to Cancer Council NSW. For details about support services in your area, please click on your state or territory Cancer Council below: