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Information from Cancer Council about how to have conversations with children about cancer, including discusses diagnosis, treatment, and where to find further support.
Overview of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment from Rare Cancers Australia.
Overview of pancreatic cancer including diagnosis and treatment from the US Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
Collection of stories about bladder cancer diagnosis and treatment in younger people for the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network.
Overview of bladder cancer in children by Rare Cancers Australia.
Story about oesophageal cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship for Cancer Council.
Information on types, symptoms and treatment from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.
Interview with Lynn Buckley (Clinical Nurse Specialist and Psychosexual Therapist) on physical and emotional issues and seeking help and support for UK organisation Target Ovarian Cancer.
Michelle shares her story of ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment for Ovarian Cancer Australia.
Brydie shares her story of ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment for Ovarian Cancer Australia.
Information on what germ cell tumours are and how they are treated from Cancer Research UK.
Detailed overview of germ cell tumours in children including treatment, side effects and clinical trials from UK organisation Macmillan.
Overview of germ cell tumours including types, diagnosis and treatment from US organisation KidsHealth.
Information about diagnosis, treatment and after treatment from US organisation CureSearch.
Detailed information on diagnosis and treatment including clinical trials, side effects, follow-up care and more from Macmillan Cancer Support.
Information about types of liver cancers, diagnosis, treatment and side effects from Children with Cancer UK.
According to Cancer Australia, astrocytomas develop from a glial cell called an astrocyte. This is a cell that supports the nerve cells in the brain. The terms ‘astrocytoma’ and ‘glioma’ are often used interchangeably. Astrocytomas/Gliomas are categorised as low or high grade according to how ‘aggressive’ the tumour cells look under a microscope. General information Astrocytoma – CanTeen: Brief overview including diagnosis and treatment. Childhood astrocytomas treatment – National Cancer Institute: General information on staging, treatment and recurrence. Gliomas in children – Cancer Research UK: Overview including treatment options and various types of glioma. Caring for someone with a brain tumour […]
Information about caring for adults and children with brain tumours from Cancer Council Australia.
Overview of occurrence, diagnosis and treatment from the US National Cancer Institute.
Story of Jeremy’s diagnosis at age nine and his treatment for the US National Brain Tumour Society.