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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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How to stop smoking. It's never too late to quit (February 2019)

British Lung Foundation

This booklet explains the benefits of stopping smoking and the steps you can take to quit. It will help you improve your health and quality of life for the future. 

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Caring for someone with a lung condition. Information for carers, family and friends (November 2018)

British Lung Foundation

Information and support for those caring for someone with a lung condition (not specifically lung cancer).

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Planning for the final stages of a long-term lung condition (March 2018)

British Lung Foundation

This information is for people with a long-term lung condition who are coming to the end of their life. It is also for those who are close to them, including their carers, family and friends.

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Mesothelioma. What you need to know (November 2017)

British Lung Foundation

This leaflet is for people who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma. It explains what mesothelioma is, what causes it, symptoms, how it is diagnosed, and treatments. It also provides information on where to go for further information and support.

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Lung cancer (February 2017)

British Lung Foundation

This leaflet explains what lung cancer is, and describes briefly how it is diagnosed and treated.

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Mesothelioma (November 2017)

British Lung Foundation

This booklet describes mesothelioma, the link with asbestos, who is at risk, the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options. It also discusses financial support and end-of-life care. Includes a glossary of medical terms and further sources of support and information.

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Sex and breathlessness (March 2017)

British Lung Foundation

This illustrated leaflet has guidance for people with lung disease on how to enjoy a fulfilling sex life.

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Breathlessness. What to do if you get out of breath (November 2017)

British Lung Foundation

This booklet explains what breathlessness is, the causes of acute and chronic breathlessness, the tests that might be necessary and management of breathlessness. It is not cancer specific.

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Going on holiday with a lung condition (2015)

British Lung Foundation

This booklet is part of the British Lung Foundation's travel pack (a set of four guides to holidaying in the UK or abroad). It aims to help people with a lung disease plan a holiday in the UK and abroad. It includes tips on choosing accommodation, travelling (by coach, train or ferry), driving abroad, flying with a lung condition, and getting oxygen away from home.

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