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What to expect - Breast cancer. This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Hindi)
What to expect - Breast cancer. This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Tagalog)
This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of prostate cancer treatment and beyond (Plain English)
This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Plain English)
This two-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of prostate cancer treatment and beyond
What to expect - Breast cancer. This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Italian)
What to expect - Breast cancer. This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Greek)
What to expect - Breast cancer. This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Arabic)
What to expect - Breast cancer. This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Vietnamese)
What to expect - Breast cancer. This four-page fact sheet outlines what to expect during each stage of breast cancer treatment and beyond (Chinese - Simplified)
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Cancer is a disease of the cells, which are the body’s basic building blocks.
Types of cancer
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Tips for ways to cope with the emotional impact of cancer.
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We work to reduce the impact of cancer in diverse communities.