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With so much information available online, the biggest challenge is getting exactly the information you're seeking, quickly and easily, in language you can understand.

This page list a range of information on survivorship.

Record your medications, dates and results of all tests and appointments; record and monitor your symptoms. start a journal.

Good information that is relevant to everyone may come from international websites as well as details for local supports and services.

What survivors can do for themselves and others


LIVESTRONG ManifestoLIVESTRONG Manifesto 6 min - 27 May 2010


“Unity is strength. 
Knowledge is power. 
Attitude is everything.” LIVESTRONG.Save

Building a world without cancerBuilding a world without cancer - video for LIVESTRONG and the American Cancer Society (Aug 2010)

The work of the LIVESTRONG organisation has done much to inspire, encourage, support people affected by cancer.

"Livestrong. It was but one word, yet to me it was so much more than that. It became a way of life. The beauty of Livestrong is that the word is universal; it has its own meaning for each and every individual. For me, it was a constant reminder to make the most of our time on earth. Life is short and precious and we need to embrace it". (Joe Schneider, My musings, ramblings and thoughtsMy musings, ramblings and thoughts, 6Aug2010)


There is so much good information already 'out there' about cancer and cancer survivorship. Instead of reinventing the wheel, we have provided many links to existing material. We welcome feedback on what you've found useful. Contact us via email, Cancer Voices SACancer Voices SA, or  @CancerVoicesSA@CancerVoicesSA


Cancer Voices South Australia


Ph.  0431 691 956 


PO Box 588, Kensington Park SA 5068