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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 'Living with an illness you will probably die from. Your feelings [Easy read]'

Living with an illness you will probably die from. Your feelings [Easy read] (June 2019)

Marie Curie

This Easy Read booklet is for people living with an illness that they will probably die from. It tells them about how they might feel and what might help.

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Complementary therapies. Evidence-based information to help you self-manage your cancer experience (June 2019)

Penny Brohn UK

This information sheet aims to provide clearly sourced and reliable information to help you make informed choices about the range of complementary therapies on offer to support people with cancer. It covers acupuncture, healing, massage, reflexology, and shiatsu.

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Make time for breast screening [Pashto] (2019)

NHS Health Scotland

This leaflet explains what breast screening is, who is offered screening, the benefits and disadvantages of screening, what happens before, during, and after screening, and what it means to be called back. Includes breast awareness advice. Concludes with answers to questions that women may ask.

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Make time for breast screening [Albanian] (2019)

NHS Health Scotland

This leaflet explains what breast screening is, who is offered screening, the benefits and disadvantages of screening, what happens before, during, and after screening, and what it means to be called back. Includes breast awareness advice. Concludes with answers to questions that women may ask.

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The bowel screening test. What you need to know [Chinese, Traditional] (November 2019)

NHS Health Scotland

This leaflet explains the benefits of the bowel screening test, how the test is done, and the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer, and has tips on how to reduce the risk of bowel cancer.

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Make time for breast screening [Romanian] (2019)

NHS Health Scotland

This leaflet explains what breast screening is, who is offered screening, the benefits and disadvantages of screening, what happens before, during, and after screening, and what it means to be called back. Includes breast awareness advice. Concludes with answers to questions that women may ask.

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Financial support - help with costs [Chinese, Traditional] (March 2019)

Macmillan Cancer Support

This information is about help with costs if you have cancer. Includes English-language version.

Cover image of 'Make time for breast screening [Bulgarian]'

Make time for breast screening [Bulgarian] (2019)

NHS Health Scotland

This leaflet explains what breast screening is, who is offered screening, the benefits and disadvantages of screening, what happens before, during, and after screening, and what it means to be called back. Includes breast awareness advice. Concludes with answers to questions that women may ask.

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Financial support - help with costs [Urdu] (March 2019)

Macmillan Cancer Support

This information is about help with costs if you have cancer. Includes the English-language version.

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Follow-up after prostate cancer treatment. What happens next? (July 2019)

Prostate Cancer UK

This booklet is for men who have had treatment aimed at getting rid of their prostate cancer, such as surgery (radical prostatectomy), radiotherapy or brachytherapy. It describes the care and support men can expect after treatment.

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