This information is for people with cancer and their families and friends. It's about the feelings and experiences people have when they're diagnosed and treated for cancer, and while recovering from cancer treatment.
Caring for a person with cancer can be stressful, especially if you're close.
‘Cancer survivor’ means different things to different people. For some, a cancer survivor is anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer. Others use the term to refer to people who are alive many years after their cancer treatment.
Hearing a diagnosis can be devastating.
Learn how cancer and its treatment might affect your fertility.
How much exercise is enough?
The importance of eating well during cancer treatment, how treatment will impact your diet and the role food plays in treating cancer.
Addressing the issue of car parking at Victorian cancer treatment centres.
Relaxation can help you feel in control.
For employees and self-employed people with cancer, and working carers.
Learn about your legal position as a result of being diagnosed with cancer.
Learn how cancer and its treatment might affect your sexuality.
How much you explain to children about having cancer will depend on how old they are and how much they can understand.