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Cancer Australia produces a wide range of cancer publications, including: guidelines, cancer guides, reports, fact sheets, DVD's, posters and pamphlets.

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The aim of this report is to present an overview of published research about the psychosocial impact of breast cancer on women’s body image and sexuality. It also considers the supportive care issues for women and their partners, as illustrated through a series of focus group interviews. 67 page document.

Breast cancer
People affected by cancer, and their family and friends
PDF

The guidelines are formulated with the aim of closing the gap on information for clinicians (both specialists and general practitioners) and other health professionals, so that awareness of ovarian cancer is raised and the possibility of earlier diagnosis and optimal treatment is realised.

Ovarian cancer
Resources for health professionals
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This resource has been superseded in-full or in-part by Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Treatment of Lung Cancer.

Lung cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF

77 page document.

Breast cancer
Cancer Australia reports and plans
PDF

In February 2008, National Breast Cancer Centre (NBCC), incorporating the Ovarian Cancer Program, changed its name to National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre (NBOCC).

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The clinical management of Ductal Carcinoma in situ (DCIS), Lobular Carcinoma in situ (LCIS) and atypical hyperplasia of the breast. The overall purpose is to inform the reader about current best practice in the diagnosis and management of these conditions. 

Breast cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF

This report is the second to describe in full the epidemiology of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) in New South Wales (NSW). It analyses data from the NSW Central Cancer Registry (CCR) in 1995-2000. 53 page document.

Breast cancer
Cancer Australia reports and plans
PDF

To understand LCIS, ALH and ADH, it helps to know what your breast looks like on the inside. The breast contains lobules (milk sacs), which produce milk when a woman breastfeeds her baby. The milk travels from the lobules to the nipple through milk ducts.

Lymphoma
People affected by cancer, and their family and friends
PDF

This summary presents information about women diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) in New South Wales (NSW) in 1995-2000. It describes aspects of the epidemiology and pathology of the disease, as well as its surgical management. 6 page document.

Breast cancer
Cancer Australia reports and plans
PDF

The Clinical practice guidelines for the management and support of younger women with breast cancer have been developed to complement existing guidelines and focus on issues that are specific to the age and/or life stage of younger women, and aim to assist younger women and their doctors in making decisions about all aspects of breast cancer car

Breast cancer
Resources for health professionals
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