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.
Please enter a word or phrase into the search box to find relevant materials. If you want to search for a phrase, please use quotes, eg “Macmillan Cancer Support”, “Breast cancer”. If you have any questions about the web directory please contact Sue Hawkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice for people gping home after a stem cell transplant.
This factsheet is about stem cell transplants that use your own stem cells (autologous stem cell transplants). It covers: What is a self (autologous) stem cell transplant?; Who might have one?; What does it involve?; What are the risks?; Follow-up; Recovery.
A booklet to help you manage fatigue during and after a stem cell transplant, to help you come to terms with your current situation and what can help. It’s been written with guidance and advice from patients and healthcare professionals. Friends and family might also like to read through it to get an understanding of what fatigue is and how they can support you.
This booklet describes autologous stem cell transplant in detail.
A stem cell transplant is likely to affect many aspects of your life, including the way you feel. There are likely to be many highs and lows that will have an impact on your mental health. This booklet highlights some of the issues you might experience and gives advice on how to come to terms with them. It’s been written with guidance and advice from patients and healthcare professionals. They have shared their experiences with us to help you see that other people have come through similardifficulties. There is information for carers, too, to help them look after their mental health during this challenging time.
This booklet explains what an autologous stem cell transplant is and who receives one. It describes the procedure and what happens on transplant day, the side effects, graft-versus-host dsease, and what happens if the transplant doesn’t work. It also has a glossary and details of useful contacts and further support.
This Infoguide contains information about the range of different tests and investigations that are done as part of the process of diagnosing myeloma, and later in the course of the disease. It covers why and when the tests are done, and what they entail.
This booklet for anyone thinking about donating their stem cells to a relative who needs a transplant to treat a blood cancer or blood disorder. It will explain why a donation is needed and what happens at each step of the process.
Blood Cancer UK
This factsheet is for people who may be chosen to donate stem cells to someone else. It explains how stem cell transplants can help people with blood cancer, and what happens when you donate stem cells.