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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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A guide to examining your testicles (2015)

Family Advice and Information Resource

Illustrated booklet aimed at men with learning difficulties. It explains how and when to examine the testicles and what to do if a change is noticed. Includes tips on general health.

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When someone has died - advice for those who are left behind. A guide for people with learning difficulties and their carers. (2014)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This booklet is for people with learning difficulties. Using illustrations and simple language it explains what needs to be done after someone dies. It also covers bereavement.

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Preparing for your death. A guide for people with learning difficulties and their carers. (2014)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This booklet is for people with learning difficulties. Using illustrations and simple language it looks at topics such as the changes that may happen at the end of life, planning ahead and making funeral arrangements.

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Do I need a smear test? (2010)

Health Scotland on behalf of the Family Advice and Information Resource

Illustrated booklet for women with learning difficulties. It explains what a smear test is, who should have one and when, and what the smear test will show.

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A guide to having a smear test (2010)

Family Advice and Information Resource

Illustrated booklet for women with learning difficulties. It explains what a smear test is, why it is important to have one, and what happens during the examination.

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A guide to examining your breasts (2010)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This illustrated booklet is aimed at women with learning difficulties. It describes why and how to examine the breasts and what to do if a change is noticed. Includes tips on staying healthy.

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A guide to examining your testicles [Multimedia pack] (2008)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This interactive CD helps men check their testicles for early signs of cancer. The pack also includes the 'guide to examining your testicles' booklet.

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A guide to examining your breasts. [Multimedia pack] (2008)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This interactive CD uses sound, pictures and animation to help women check their breasts regularly for early signs of cancer. Includes the 'Guide to examining your breasts' leaflet.

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Living with cancer. 4: Skin cancer (2007)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This illustrated booklet has been produced for people with learning difficulties. It describes some things that may cause skin cancer, the changes to look out for, having a check-up at the doctor's, and how to reduce the risk of skin cancer. Briefly mentions the treatment options.

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Living with cancer. 5: Breast cancer (2007)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This booklet is for people with learning difficulties. Using illustrations and simple language, it describes how to check the breasts, what to look out for, the tests that may be carried out by the doctor, treatments, and going home after an operation. It also has guidance on staying healthy.

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