These resources may help you, your family and friends 'weather the storm' of physical, emotional, psychological, social effects after a cancer diagnosis.

 'Cancer – how are you travellingCancer – how are you travelling' is a booklet about the emotional and social impact of cancer.

Cancer Survival ToolboxCancer Survival Toolbox has sections on.communicating, finding info, making decisions, caring for the caregiver, living beyond cancer

'Life after cancer, A guide for cancer survivorsLife after cancer, A guide for cancer survivors' is a booklet from The Cancer Council Victoria

The Lance Armstrong FoundationLance Armstrong Foundation (LIVESTRONG) “unites people through programs and experiences to empower cancer survivors to live life on their own terms and to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer. The LAF focuses on cancer prevention, access to screening and care, research and quality of life for cancer survivors”.

SURVIVORSHIP - A Cancer Voices SA collection with tips to guide you from the time of cancer diagnosis onwards.

LIVESTRONG Guidebook - provides information, resources and organizational tools to help survivors navigate through all phases of the cancer journey eg. understanding how cancer can affect the physical, emotional and day-to-day lives of survivors. The Guidebook is free, but postage/shipping is charged.  Order onlineonline.

Survivorship: During and After Treatment Survivorship: During and After Treatment 

Survivorship resources: US Centre for Disease ControlUS Centre for Disease Control

Survivorship - Next steps to takeSurvivorship - Next steps to take Cancer.Net, American Society of Clinical Oncology.

Living well after cancerLiving well after cancer. Canadian Cancer Society

'Surviving SurvivalSurviving Survival' transcript of Four Corners TV program about the experiences of cancer patients after 5 years of post-treatment survival.

The Cancer Experience: the time after treatmentThe Cancer Experience: the time after treatment. Cancer Council SA monograph.

Nutrition and Physical Activity During and After Cancer TreatmentNutrition and Physical Activity During and After Cancer Treatment: An American Cancer Society Guide for Informed Choices

Eating Well: A practical guide for people living with leukaemias, 
lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders. Leukaemia Foundationof Australia (Note: this booklet has some practical and useful tips for all types of cancer)

See also the Cancer Voices SA Specific Cancer Issues section on ChemoBrain, Nutrition, Sexuality, Physical Activity, Anxiety/Depression, Asbestos, Advanced cancer, Rare Cancers, Return to work after cancer, ...


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PO Box 588, Kensington Park SA 5068