Bowel Cancer Brochures & Fact Sheets (Download) Open or Close
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An A5 leaflet which becomes an A3 poster outlining Bowel Cancer Australia's practical and emotional support for the growing number of Australians affected by bowel cancer. We make real change happen across the continuum of care, from prevention and early detection to research, quality treatment and care.This booklet explains the facts about bowel cancer, screening, high risk groups, symptoms everyone should be aware of. It also contains practical advice on prevention, risk factors, symptoms, screening programs, GP follow up, tests, investigations and diagnosis.Learning that you have bowel cancer can be overwhelming. The goal of this booklet is to help you get the best care and is designed to help you talk with your medical team about your best treatment options. Cancer tests and treatments recommended by experts in bowel cancer are discussed including information about monoclonal antibodies, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy drugs. The booklet also contains clear explanations about the different forms of surgery available to bowel cancer patients and useful tips on preparing for hospital and returning home.
Rectal Cancer - Surgery & TreatmentBeing diagnosed with rectal cancer is likely to come as a shock to most people. This booklet was created to provide patients with the facts needed when considering surgery and treatment options. It aims to take away the ‘fear of the unknown’ by providing an overview of the different types of operations you may be offered, in addition to simple explanations about what will happen before, during and after surgery if it is required.Once cancer has spread beyond the bowel, patients need information they can rely on to make critical decisions. This booklet functions as comprehensive guide detailing the many possible treatment options for bowel cancer patients who have secondary cancer in the liver, lungs or peritoneum, and includes the tests a patient may undergo, traditional and novel treatment options, both surgical and on-surgical and clinical trials.There are different types of stoma and, if you need one, the type you have depends on the location of your tumor and the type of surgery you need. This booklet provides essential advice for before and after your operation and has been written to answer some of the questions often asked about having an ileostomy or colostomy. Support, Care & Recovery - Living with Bowel CancerRecovery from bowel cancer often has its own set of challenges. This booklet offers support and advice for patients, to help them become experts in their own recovery. Addressing the issues that matter most, topics include: how to manage emotions after treatment ends, sleep issues and fatigue, lifestyle choices, body image, changes in bowel habit, intimate relations, going back to work and finding support.People recovering from bowel cancer can face many issues on their journey back to health and a new approach to food may be required. Although some foods may cause problems for patients, eating well can still be fun and enjoyable with a little patience and planning. This booklet provides evidence-based dietary advice specifically for bowel cancer patients following treatment or surgery, to help them on their road to recovery.Bowel Cancer Australia's - Eating Well booklet is proudly supported by Carman's.The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) have developed a Cancer Treatment Summary template which has been updated by Bowel Cancer Australia for patients within Australia.
Survivorship Care Plan template
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) have developed a Survivorship Care Plan template which contains important information about the given treatment, the need for future check-ups and cancer tests, as well as the potential long-term late effects of the treatment you received.
Bowel Cancer Patient Resources (Hard Copies) Open or Close
Bowel Cancer Australia's Patient Information PackContains six (6) booklets - one copy of each listed below.
Postage and packing cost to Bowel Cancer Australia - $5 per book | $15 per pack.Order hard copies either online or by completing ourpatient information and resources order form and return it to us via email, fax or post.Postage and packingPlease note that all Bowel Cancer Australia's patient information and resources are free.While our patient information and resources are free of charge when sent via Australia Post as a regular parcel, we have included an indication of postage and packing costs should you choose to make a donation to contribute towards these costs to help stretch our charity dollar even further. If you choose to do so, please complete the relevant section when prompted.Please note that the maximum order size is 10 patient booklets per title. However, if you are an organisation requiring a larger quantity and have a budget to cover postage please email us your order.Delivery informationPatient information and resources are sent via Australia Post as a regular parcel. Please allow two weeks for delivery. If you have not received your pack after two weeks, please contact us.Please note, if you request a patient pack to be sent as express post, this will incur a $20 charge.
- Prevent, Detect & Diagnose - Understanding Bowel Cancer
- Bowel Cancer - Surgery & Treatment
- Rectal Cancer - Surgery & Treatment
- Advanced Bowel Cancer - Surgery & Treatment
- Ileostomy & Colostomy - Living with Bowel Cancer
- Support, Care & Recovery - Living with Bowel Cancer
- Eating Well - Living with Bowel Cancer
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