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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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Cover image of 'A young person's guide to the stem cell transplant journey'

A young person's guide to the stem cell transplant journey (June 2017)

Anthony Nolan

This booklet has been designed to provide teenagers and young adults with the information and support needed at every stage of the stem cell transplant journey. It will cover all aspects, from how a donor is found, right the way through to coping with long term side effects and helping you return to education or work.

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When your child’s cancer comes back or does not respond to initial treatment. Information for parents and families of a child or young person with relapsed or refractory cancer (October 2017)

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group

Being told your child’s cancer has come back or hasn’t gone away can come as a huge shock, bringing back many emotions from your child’s first diagnosis. This booklet acknowledges these feelings and gives information to help you cope with the experience once again. 

Cover image of 'My child has finished treatment. What happens next? A guide to follow-up and adjusting to normal life for
parents and carers whose child or teenager has finished treatment for cancer'

My child has finished treatment. What happens next? A guide to follow-up and adjusting to normal life for parents and carers whose child or teenager has finished treatment for cancer (July 2017)

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group

This booklet for the parents and carers of children with cancer aims to help answer some of the many questions that arise when treatment finishes. It discusses feelings and emotions, practical issues, school, and moving on.

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Answering your questions about your friend's illness. Factsheet for children and young people (November 2017)

CLIC Sargent

This factsheet for children and young people aged 13 and over who have a friend with cancer addresses common concerns about cancer and its treatment. Now included in the "Cancer and school life" pack and can be downloaded as part of the pack.

Cover image of 'Joe has leukaemia [Welsh]'

Joe has leukaemia [Welsh] (March 2017)

CLIC Sargent

Joe is diagnosed with leukaemia in his first year at school. This illustrated, colour storybook describes what happens when Joe has to go into hospital for tests. The story follows Joe from first feeling ill, through diagnosis and treatment, to recovery and returning to normal life.

Cover image of 'Lucy has a tumour [Welsh]'

Lucy has a tumour [Welsh] (March 2017)

CLIC Sargent

Lucy is five years old when she is diagnosed with cancer. This illustrated, colour storybook describes what happens when she has to go to the hospital for tests and treatment. The story follows Lucy from first feeling ill, through diagnosis and treatment, to recovery and returning to normal life.

Cover image of 'Joe has leukaemia'

Joe has leukaemia (March 2017)

CLIC Sargent

Joe is diagnosed with leukaemia in his first year at school. This illustrated, colour storybook describes what happens when Joe has to go into hospital for tests. The story follows Joe from first feeling ill, through diagnosis and treatment, to recovery and returning to normal life.

Cover image of 'Mary has a brain tumour [Welsh]'

Mary has a brain tumour [Welsh] (March 2017)

CLIC Sargent

Mary is five years old when she is diagnosed with a brain tumour. This illustrated, colour storybook describes what happens when she has to go to the hospital for tests and treatment. The story follows Mary from first feeling ill, through diagnosis and treatment, to recovery and return to normal life.

Cover image of 'Family history, genes and breast cancer'

Family history, genes and breast cancer (March 2017)

Breast Cancer Care

This booklet explains what a family history of breast cancer is, and what this may mean for you or your family.

Cover image of 'Lucy has a tumour'

Lucy has a tumour (September 2017)

CLIC Sargent

Lucy is five years old when she is diagnosed with cancer. This illustrated, colour storybook describes what happens when she has to go to the hospital for tests and treatment. The story follows Lucy from first feeling ill, through diagnosis and treatment, to recovery and returning to normal life.

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