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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 handle conflict (January 2019)

Brainstrust

Living with a brain tumour can cause stress and this can cause emotions to run high. This factsheet has tips to help solve conflict.

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Finances and benefits (November 2019)

Brainstrust

No longer being able to work, new and expensive mobility requirements, having to travel long distances to get to hospital – whatever the reasons for you, having a brain tumour can be a huge financial strain. This factsheet finances and benefits that could support you and your family.

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Returning to work (January 2019)

Brainstrust

Guidance on returning to work after treatment, or when your caring role has ended.

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Brain tumour biomarkers. What you need to know (July 2019)

The Brain Tumour Charity

This leaflet explains what biomarkers are and how they may be used in the management of brain tumours.

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Going home after brain tumour surgery. A discharge guide for people with a brain tumour (July 2019)

The Brain Tumour Charity

Going home after brain tumour surgery can feel quite overwhelming. We know there can be a lot of information to process and you may find that you have more questions, or need additional information or support. This leaflet provides information and answers to questions often asked by people after brain tumour surgery.

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Diet and nutrition (December 2019)

The Brain Tumour Charity

This leaflet is for anyone receiving treatment or who has recently completed their treatment.There’s no specific food or type of diet that can control or treat brain tumours, but controlling your diet may help to improve your quality of life and manage the side-effects of treatment, such as dry mouth, nausea, poor appetite, and weight loss.

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Coping with thinking difficulties (cognitive impairment) (September 2019)

The Brain Tumour Charity

This leaflet explains what is meant by cognitive impairment and has suggestions to help people cope.

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Speech and language difficulties (September 2019)

The Brain Tumour Charity

This leaflet explains how brain tumours can affect communication. It describes the communication difficulties that someone with a brain tumour may experience, and the emotional difficulties that this may cause for them and their family and friends.

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Personality changes (September 2019)

The Brain Tumour Charity

This leaflet describes personality changes that may occur in brain tumour patients and the reasons behind these changes. It has advice on coping with personality changes and sources of support.

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Thinking difficulties (cognitive impairment) (September 2019)

The Brain Tumour Charity

Many people diagnosed with a brain tumour will have some form of cognitive impairment (difficulties with their thinking abilities), due to the presence of the tumour and the pressure it puts on the brain. This leaflet describes the types of impairment that might develop and how they are affected by the location of the tumour, treatment and drugs, and by emotional and psychological factors.

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