Finding the right information and support when you need it most is important for people impacted by cancer. Whether you’re a patient, carer, friend or family member, these podcasts provide valuable information and insights about diagnosis, treatment, advanced cancer and life after cancer.
Using your phone or tablet you listen to the programs you’re interested in, in the comfort of your home, at a time that suits you.
If you’re new to the world of podcasts, we’ve provided some simple ‘how to’ instructions to get you set up and ready to go.
We recommend you give these podcasts a try.
The Cancer Survivor Guide
The Cancer Survivor Guide takes you through a cancer diagnosis and what might happen next. Using interviews with the experts; oncologists, surgeons, nurses and survivors, it covers the main treatments including surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.
The first podcast – “Call Someone” features two of our very own – Katherine Lane and Craig Morton from our expert team of cancer nurses on 13 11 20. Their message is simple; there are no silly questions, all you need to do is ask.
This podcast series has been designed and created by the Grampians Integrated Cancer Service Consumer Advisory Group (CAG), a group of dedicated volunteers who have had cancer, or cared for someone with cancer. Their aim is to make the experience of having cancer as good as it can be.
The Thing About Cancer
Cancer Council has teamed up with Julie McCrossin, Australian radio broadcaster, journalist, comedian, political commentator and activist to provide information and insights for people affected by cancer. With warmth and humour, Julie chats to experts about all things cancer, bringing her own experience as a cancer survivor to her role as host.
This comprehensive series covers a number of topics such as diagnosis and treatment, side effects, coping with cancer as well as information for carers, family and friends.
Stay tuned for The Thing About Advanced Cancer, a new podcast series launching next week.
A Common Path video series
For people who have been newly diagnosed with cancer, these videos provide insights from people who have experienced a cancer diagnosis and treatment, highlighting how they made decisions, the things they learned along the way, the things that helped, and the things they wish they had known or done better.
A new SunSmart campaign targeting men has been launched off the back of a study showing men can be complacent about sun protection – despite knowing the dangers of sun exposure and the fact that twice as many men die from skin cancer as women.
Round Three of the Venture Grants Research Program at the Isabella Fraser room at the State Library Victoria.
Thursday 17 December 2020
In the lead up to holiday season, we’re encouraging Aussies to avoid using aerosol sunscreens following new evidence that it’s extremely difficult to get good levels of UV protection from these products.