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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.

Results: 15

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Urinary problems after prostate cancer treatment (January 2017)

Prostate Cancer UK

Prostate cancer and its treatment can be a cause of urinary problems. This factsheet describes how different treatments cause these problems and ways to manage them. It includes information on pelvic floor exercises and continence products as well as surgical treatments.

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Pelvic floor muscle exercises (December 2016)

Prostate Cancer UK

This factsheet describes pelvic floor muscle exercises for men to help deal with urinary problems such as incontinence following treatment for prostate cancer.

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Prostate cancer information booklet (September 2016)

PCaSO Prostate Cancer Support Network

This booklet covers diagnosis (including the DRE and the PSA test), the Gleason score and the staging of prostate cancer, treatment options (active surveillance, watchful waiting, radical prostatectomy, external beam radiotherapy, brachytherapy, cryotherapy, high intensity focused ultrasound, hormone treatment, chemotherapy and photodynamic therapy), clinical trials, side effects (sexual problems, continence, bone health), and diet and lifestyle.

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Incontinence as a symptom of prostate problems (August 2013)

Prostate Scotland

This booklet has advice and information for men who have continence problems due to a problem with their prostate or treatment for prostate disease.

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Managing the symptoms of cancer (November 2016)

Macmillan Cancer Support

Practical advice on the common and less common symptoms that may occur with cancer, such as fatigue, eating problems, mouth problems, emotional effects, bowel problems, bladder problems, breathing difficulties, and skin problems. It describes the causes of each symptom and the medical and complementary therapies that can help. It has sections on how other people can help, support services, and practical and financial support. Includes a pullout symptom diary and details of useful organisations.

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Regaining bowel control after bowel cancer treatment (August 2018)

Bowel Cancer UK

Regaining bowel control can be one of the biggest challenges that you face after surgery for bowel cancer. In this booklet we explain approaches you can take and the support available to you. 

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Urinary infections in people with urinary diversions (November 2017)

Urostomy Association

This leaflet explains why a urinary infection might occur following a urostomy, how to prevent an infection, and how to obtain a urine sample. It also briefly describes the symptoms and treatment and what happens in the case of recurrent infections.

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Continent urinary diversion eg Mitrofanoff (November 2017)

Urostomy Association

This leaflet has information about continent urinary diversion, which avoids the need to wear a urostomy pouch over the stoma to collect urine. It describes pre-operative and post-operative care, and care of the new reservoir.

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Expectations of care for patients with a neobladder in the primary care setting (November 2017)

Urostomy Association

Guidelines for people with a neobladder in the event of problems with neobladder function, urinary tract infections, or bleeding.

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Expectations of care for patients with an ileal conduit (urostomy) in the primary care setting (November 2017)

Urostomy Association

Guidelines for people with an ileal conduit (urostomy) in the event of problems such as urinary tract infections, bleeding, discharge, a hernia or sore skin.

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