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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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Treatment and remission (July 2019)

Lymphoma Action

Treatment for lymphoma aims to send the disease into remission. This factsheet explains what remission is and the difference between complete remission and partial remission. Contents: The aim of lymphoma treatment; Complete remission; Partial remission.

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Finding out you have lymphoma [Easy read] (January 2019)

Lymphoma Action

This booklet covers what lymphoma is and how you might feel after finding out you have it. 

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Lymphoma and the end of life (September 2019)

Lymphoma Action

This factsheet is about what someone in the final stages of life might experience and gives suggestions to help you get the practical, social and emotional support you need. It covers the following topics: How do I know when to stop active treatment?; How does lymphoma lead to the end of life?; What symptoms might I have towards the end of life?; How can my medical team help?; Your emotions towards the end of your life; Emotional support; Frequently asked questions about lymphoma and the end of life.

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Questions to ask (November 2019)

Lymphoma Action

Questions for people to ask their medical team: Questions about your lymphoma; Questions about tests and scans; Questions about staging; Questions about active monitoring (‘watch and wait’); Questions about treatment; Questions about side effects of treatment; Questions about effects of treatment on other areas of your life; Questions about clinical trials; Questions about ending treatment; Questions about follow-up; Questions about relapse. 

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Hodgkin lymphoma (November 2019)

Lymphoma Action

This comprehensive booklet discusses Hodgkin lymphoma in detail.

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Bereavement and grief (November 2019)

Lymphoma Action

The death of someone you love can be extremely difficult to deal with and the mix of feelings that accompany such loss can feel overwhelming. Even if the person was unwell for a while, it can still be a shock. We all have our own ways of grieving. While nobody can take away the pain, there is support available to help you cope. Contents: What is grief?; Feelings you might experience when someone you love dies; Interactions with other people; Frequently asked questions about bereavement, loss and grief; How can I help myself?.

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Stage 1B melanoma (February 2019)

British Association of Dermatologists

This factsheet describes stage 1B melanoma, including what it is, investigations and treatments, and where to find out more information. It has been prepared in response to some of the questions people with melanoma often ask. 

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Photodynamic therapy (May 2019)

British Association of Dermatologists

This factsheet aims to help you understand more about photodynamic therapy, which may be used to treat basal cell carcinoma and areas of pre-cancerous skin damage. It explains what it is and what is involved, and describes the potential side effects.

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Reducing the risk of lymphoedema (April 2019)

Breast Cancer Care

This leaflet explains what lymphoedema is and who is at risk. It describes how to reduce the risk of developing lymphoedema, and what to do if problems occur (swelling and skin damage).

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Feel more like you. Expert advice on caring for your skin, nails and hair during cancer treatment (September 2019)

Macmillan Cancer Support

This booklet explains how certain cancer treatments can cause changes to your appearance. It is for people who have had changes to their skin, nails and hair because of cancer treatment. It gives advice on how to manage these changes to help you feel more like you again. We hope it helps you deal with some of the questions or feelings you may have. 

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