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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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Blood transfusions (February 2018)

Blood Cancer UK

A blood transfusion is a treatment where you receive blood that has been donated from someone else. The blood is usually given to you through a plastic tube into a vein in your arm. This factsheet explains the different types of blood transfusion used to treat people with blood cancer or a related condition, describes what happens when you have a transfusion and outlines the possible risks. 

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Having an autograft or autologous stem cell transplant (January 2017)

Anthony Nolan

A brief guide to a type of stem cell transplant called an autologous or autograft transplant. It describes who can have this type of transplant, how it works, the advantages and disadvantages, the possible side effects, and where to get further information and support.

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Having a cord blood transplant (January 2017)

Anthony Nolan

A brief guide to a type of stem cell transplant called a cord blood transplant. It describes who can have this type of transplant, how it works, the advantages and disadvantages, the possible side effects, and where to get further information and support. 

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An essential guide to graft versus host disease (GvHD) (December 2017)

Anthony Nolan

After having a stem cell or bone marrow transplant, some patients will develop GvHD. This brief guide aims to help you understand what GvHD is, who might get it, where and when it might occur, and who to go to for help and support. It includes tips from patients.

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Having a sibling stem cell transplant (January 2017)

Anthony Nolan

A brief guide to a type of stem cell or bone marrow transplant called a sibling transplant. It describes who can have this type of transplant, how it works, the possible side effects and where to go for further information and support.

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Veno-occlusive disease (VOD) (August 2017)

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group

Veno-occlusive disease (VOD) is one of the less common but serious complications that can occur during stem cell transplant (SCT). VOD is a complication that affects the liver. This factsheet has been produced to help you understand more about VOD. It explains what VOD is and why it happens, how it is diagnosed, its impact, and how it is treated.

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Having a haploidentical stem cell transplant (January 2017)

Anthony Nolan

A brief guide to a type of stem cell or bone marrow transplant called a haploidentical or haplo transplant. It describes who can have this type of transplant, how it works, the possible side effects, and where you can get support and further information.

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An essential guide to sex and relationships (October 2017)

Anthony Nolan

This booklet is for anyone concerned about their relationship or sex life after their stem cell or bone marrow transplant. It has been written with guidance and advice from patients, their partners, and healthcare professionals, to help you come to terms with your current situation and what can be done to help. 

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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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Ruby's stem cell harvest and transplant. A children's guide to stem cell harvesting and transplant using their own stem cells (autologous transplant) (October 2017)

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group

An illustrated, colour booklet for children who are having a stem cell transplant. It describes the bone marrow, the stem cell nurses, the harvest machine, and what happens on the day that the cells are harvested and on the day that they are returned.

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