Watch the videos below on complementary therapies and integrative medicines, cancer survivorship, and different strategies to look after yourself during and after cancer treatment.
Dr Craig Hassed talks about complementary therapies and integrative medicines.
Dr Kate Webber talks about cancer survivorship.
This video looks at ways people with a cancer diagnosis, their families and friends can best care for themselves throughout the cancer journey.
Tina Chivende, Social Worker, Cancer Psychosocial Service, Canberra Region Cancer Centre, ACT; Gabrielle Asprey, Telephone Support Group Facilitator, Cancer Council NSW; Dr Ben Britton, Senior Clinical and Health Psychologist, Calvary Mater Newcastle and John Hunter Hospital, and Conjoint Lecturer, School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle, NSW; Valmai Goodwin, Psychologist, Cancer Counselling Service, Cancer Council QLD; Karen Hall, 13 11 20 Consultant, Cancer Council SA; Zoe Mitchell, Senior Social Worker, Palliative Care, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA; Amber Rose, Consumer; Carolina Simpson, Policy and Development Officer, Carers NSW. We also thank the health
View the Cancer Council NSW editorial policy.
The information on this page is also available for download.
Need legal and financial assistance?
Pro bono services, financial and legal assistance, and no interest loans
Cancer Council NSW carers support services
We can offer support online, over the phone and in person. We can also link you to our practical support services and provide information on a wide range of cancer-related topics
Emotions and cancer
Here are some suggestions for managing the physical effects of the diagnosis, coping with the diagnosis, as well as how to get support
Advanced cancer is when cancer has spread from its original site or has come back. It may also be called secondary, metastatic or progressive cancer
View our publications
Guides and fact sheets for people with cancer, their families and friends