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The web Directory of Information Materials for People Affected by Cancer is regularly updated and currently has details of over 1,900 booklets, leaflets, books and audiovisual materials for people affected by cancer. Most have been published in the last five years but we have included some older ones that are still useful.

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Understanding gynaecological sarcomas (April 2018)

Sarcoma UK

This booklet is for anyone recently diagnosed with a gynaecological sarcoma. It explains what gynaecological sarcomas are, how they are diagnosed, and the treatment options. It includes space to record details of your diagnosis, the names and contact details of your health care team, and your appointments.

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The emotional impact of a blood cancer. A guide for patients (October 2018)

Leukaemia CARE

This booklet describes some of the more challenging emotional responses you may experience as you adjust to life following a diagnosis of blood cancer. It must be noted that this information is mainly written in the context of acute leukaemia and is for those who are receiving intensive treatment. However, anyone with a blood cancer diagnosis may find this information useful.

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1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70, so don’t assume you’re past it [Large print] (2018)

Department of Health

Leaflet aimed at encouraging women over 70 to check their breasts regularly and to go to the doctor as soon as they notice any change.

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Cryotherapy (May 2018)

Prostate Cancer UK

This factsheet describes how cryotherapy treats prostate cancer, what it involves, and the possible side effects.

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Breast cancer and how to spot it [Easy read] (2018)

Public Health England

Leaflet aimed at encouraging women over 70 to check their breasts regularly and to go to the doctor as soon as they notice any change.

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Understanding bowel cancer screening (August 2018)

Macmillan Cancer Support

Information and support for people who have had, or who are about to have, a bowel screening test. The booklet describes the bowel, bowel cancer, the faecal occult blood (FOB) test, further diagnostic tests (colonoscopy, virtual colonoscopy), and the benefits and disadvantages of bowel cancer screening.

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Are you worried about breast cancer? (September 2018)

Macmillan Cancer Support

This leaflet explains that it is not common for cancer to run in families, what is known about the main causes of breast cancer and how to reduce the risk.

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NHS bowel cancer screening. Having a colonoscopy [Chinese, Simplified] (November 2018)

Public Health England

This leaflet gives information about how a colonoscopy is carried out, and explains the benefits and risks of having the investigation. It aims to help people make an informed choice about having a colonoscopy.

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The cancer guide (August 2018)

Macmillan Cancer Support

This booklet is for people living with cancer, and their family, friends and carers. It aims to help you understand what cancer means and what to expect. It also explains where you can get more information and support.

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Secondary breast cancer information pack (April 2018)

Breast Cancer Care

This pack is for anyone with secondary breast cancer. It may also be useful for family, friends, or carers. It contains information that may be useful from diagnosis throughout treatment and care. The pack has four main parts. 1. The first part of the pack explains what secondary breast cancer is, looks at treatments and side effects, and has information about monitoring and coping with the physical effects of your condition. 2. The second part is called Your needs and concerns with secondary breast cancer. This looks at how to make sure your needs are met, from emotional and practical needs to concerns about relationships, work and finances, and health and wellbeing. 3. Personal organiser to help you record symptoms or side effects from treatment, which you can take with you to hospital appointments. You can also record appointment details and names and contact details of people involved in your care. 4. A small booklet called Planning ahead: choices and decisions about the end of life is for if and when you want to start thinking about these things. 

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