Publications directory

Need to talk? Call us free*
0800 808 00 00 7 days a week, 8am-8pm

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: 135

Cover image of 'Telling your employer'

Telling your employer (September 2017)

The Brain Tumour Charity

This factsheet aims to help people look at the pros and cons of telling their employer about their, or their loved one's, diagnosis, and how to go about it. 

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 'Possible effects of brain tumours and their treatment for adults'

Possible effects of brain tumours and their treatment for adults (September 2017)

The Brain Tumour Charity

A poster to help people with a brain tumour make their employer or colleagues aware of the possible effects of brain tumours and their treatment.

Cover image of 'Employment adjustments'

Employment adjustments (September 2017)

The Brain Tumour Charity

This sheet gives examples of 'reasonable adjustments' that can be made in the workplace according to the side effects that you are experiencing. You can use these suggestions to start a conversation with your employer about things that can help you in the workplace.

Cover image of 'Mary has a brain tumour'

Mary has a brain tumour (September 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 '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.

Cover image of 'Understanding lung cancer'

Understanding lung cancer (December 2017)

Macmillan Cancer Support

This booklet has detailed information on the causes of lung cancer, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options. Includes information on clinical trials and issues such as feelings, talking to children, and financial support. 

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 'Brain tumour. A guide for patients and carers'

Brain tumour. A guide for patients and carers (March 2017)

Brain and Spine Foundation

This booklet provides information on brain tumours in adults and focuses on primary brain tumours. It describes brain tumours and provides information on common symptoms, tests and investigations and possible treatments. It also provides information on rehabilitation and returning to everyday activities.

Cover image of 'Spinal tumours. A guide for patients and carers'

Spinal tumours. A guide for patients and carers (May 2017)

Brain and Spine Foundation

This booklet provides information on spinal tumours in adults. It provides information on common symptoms, tests and investigations, and possible treatments. It also provides information on recovery and returning to everyday activities.  

Sorry, no publications found.
Need to talk? Call us free*
0800 808 00 00 7 days a week, 8am-8pm