Cancer Advisor is an online platform where young people and families can find answers to questions, and connect with others who have been there before.
Cancer Advisor gathers a wide range of evidence-based information about specific types of cancer and treatment options from leading global medical organisations. Our team also consults with a group of Australian health professionals to provide advice and knowledge about support avenues.
Why you should register?
Cancer Advisor will direct you to external websites and sources featuring reliable information on topics such as Finances, Wellbeing, Support Services, Hospital Information, Tips and Hints, and Personal Stories.
However, you’ll get the most out of this information hub if you make sure to register first. That way you can comment, give a ‘thumbs up’ to material you like, and submit your own content. Best of all, you’ll receive information tailored to your specific needs and preferences such as your particular cancer type and age group. And you’ll receive regular notifications when fresh content, relevant to you, has been added.
Join the Cancer Advisor community and register now.
Your feedback is invaluable
You’re looking at the beta version of this website. Meaning it’s the first version of Cancer Advisor we’ve released to the public. While we’ve done a lot of hard work, we’re still in a ‘test and learn’ stage to make things better. So please let us know about mistakes, bugs, broken links, as well as ideas for improvements or new features by submitting a Feedback Form. We want to hear from you and you can even contact us anonymously if you wish! .
If you’ve been affected by childhood or youth cancer, we would love you to share your insights and knowledge. If you’re a health professional who works in the cancer sector, you can help others by directing them to this evidence-based website. To contribute content, please register or login. Or you can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Together we can make it easier for families and young people facing cancer to find the information they need.