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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: 77

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Worried about the symptoms of ovarian cancer? [Arabic] (June 2017)

Target Ovarian Cancer

This leaflet describes the symptoms of ovarian cancer and what to do if you are worried.

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Worried about the symptoms of ovarian cancer? [Polish] (June 2017)

Target Ovarian Cancer

This leaflet describes the symptoms of ovarian cancer and what to do if you are worried.

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Advanced prostate cancer. Managing symptoms and getting support (March 2017)

Prostate Cancer UK

This booklet is for men who have prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of the body and are experiencing symptoms such as bone pain.

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Worried about the symptoms of ovarian cancer? [Chinese, Cantonese] (June 2017)

Target Ovarian Cancer

This leaflet describes the symptoms of ovarian cancer and what to do if you are worried.

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Worried about the symptoms of ovarian cancer? [Gujarati] (June 2017)

Target Ovarian Cancer

This leaflet describes the symptoms of ovarian cancer and what to do if you are worried.

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Worried about the symptoms of ovarian cancer? [Hindi] (June 2017)

Target Ovarian Cancer

This leaflet describes the symptoms of ovarian cancer and what to do if you are worried.

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Fast facts: Chronic and cancer pain (2017)

Health Press

All health professionals, regardless of specialty, will care for patients with pain that has persisted for more than 6 months. This fully updated fourth edition of Fast Facts: Chronic and Cancer Pain, written by two internationally renowned experts in the field, is designed to bring busy health professionals up to speed with the latest information in this area, including: easy-to-read overviews of pain mechanisms; a practical approach to pain assessment; developments in stepped care and multimodal management; the latest thinking on opioids. With health services around the world responding to calls to improve the management of painful long-term conditions, develop preventive and cost-effective solutions, and respond to patient choice and voice, this easy-to-read fact-packed book is essential reading for all GPs, nurses, junior hospital doctors, physical therapists, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, medical specialists and medical students wanting – and needing – to know more. (Publisher)

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Breast care and self examination (December 2017)

Women's Health Concern

This factsheet has been designed to help women understand more about their breasts and describes regular self-examination, the breast awareness five point code, breast pain, and nipple changes. It also has brief information on breast lumps, breast cancer, and breast screening.

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Signs and symptoms of cancer and how to reduce your risk (March 2017)

Macmillan Cancer Support

This leaflet explains how to recognise the early signs of cancer and how to reduce the risk. It describes the symptoms to look out for (unexplained bleeding, weight loss, lumps, pain) and how to reduce the risk by making lifestyle changes (smoking, diet, exercise, alcohol drinking and taking care in the sun).

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The little c (2017)

Self-published using CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

On a chilly, damp, foggy, September morning, Charlie slowly walks into the downstairs brightly lit florescent kitchen. His eyes react to the light reflecting off the large white cabinets. He touches the tender swollen lump under the left side of his neck and winces in pain. Charlie knows that something is wrong with him. He’s afraid to tell his mom and dad for fear that learning what may be causing the lump in his neck may be related to the sickness he almost died from when he was born. He doesn’t want to put his family through the stress and uncertainty that they went through twelve years ago. But he knows if he doesn’t say something, his parents may never forgive him. (Publisher)

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