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This booklet has been prepared to help you understand more about cancer that has spread from its original (primary) site or has come back (recurred).

Booklets
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Information about how cancer can affect your ability to work, tips about working during treatment and recovery, and information about your rights and entitlements. There are also suggestions for people trying to balance employment and caring duties.

Booklets
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Formerly 'Understanding Malnutrition and Cancer'. This resource is about why it is important to prevent weight loss and malnutrition if you have cancer.

Fact Sheets

This information has been prepared to help you understand more about nutrition and how to eat well before, during and after cancer treatment.

Booklets
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This booklet has been prepared to help you understand the importance of exercise, and to provide information about the benefits of exercise during and after cancer treatment.

Booklets
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This fact sheet explains the law related to eligibility for travel insurance. It sets out your rights and responsibilities when you apply for travel insurance, and the limited circumstances in which insurers can lawfully refuse cover. It also explains what to do if you think you have been treated unfairly.

Fact Sheets

For people who are looking for information about accessing superannuation, tax implications of accessing superannuation, or insurance attached to superannuation.

Fact Sheets

This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Plain English)

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Business card with National Bowel Cancer Screening Program phone number to obtain a replacement bowel kit.

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NEW! This guide provides GPs with information about BRCA1 and BRCA2 testing as well as guidance on when and how to refer a patient to a familial cancer centre for further investigations.

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