|Below are links to a range of Treatment related information. Drop in it to the Australian Cancer Survivorship and Information Centre if you would like further information or if you have any questions or concerns about the information you have.|
|In the Australian Cancer Survivorship and Information Centre - A Richard Pratt Legacy, we have a range of DVDs for patients, families and friends. Some are available for loan whilst others can be viewed in the centre. |
The Treatment related DVDs that we have available are:
- Looking after yourself during chemotherapy (available in English, Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Mandarain, Vietnamese and Malay) >>
- Staying well during chemotherapy (available in Arabic, Cantonese, Greek ,Italian, Khmer, Mandarin, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Turkish, Vietnamese)
|Reliable Website Information|
|Information about your diagnosis and treatment can help you understand your disease and help you make decisions. There is a lot of information about various cancers and treatments available on the internet. Some of this is well researched and provides good information but some of it may not be correct.|
When you read health information from the internet it is always important to ask the following questions. The answers to these questions will help you to decide if the information you are reading is reliable and up-to-date.
- Who wrote the information and what are their qualifications?
- Where did the information come from?
- When was it written?
|Peter Mac does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information provided by these organisations. We encourage you to discuss any information you have found on the listed sites or other sites with your health care team.|
|For information about other reliable cancer websites click this link. This page contains links to websites such as Cancer Council Victoria, Canteen, Carers Victoria, MacMillan Cancer Support (UK) and Palliative Care Victoria as well as many others. On some these sites you can find information about specific cancers and cancer treatment, in particular the MacMillan Cancer Support (UK) site.|