Blog Topic: Coping with cancer
When it comes to men’s health, it’s more than just about anatomy. Learn what the issues are and how to reduce your risk.
When you’re getting treated for cancer or recovering, staying active will help improve your health and wellbeing.
If you are facing financial hardship because of your cancer treatment this Christmas, these four options can help.
Elissa has brain cancer and is a part of the Cancer Council’s brain cancer telephone support group. Read her story.
Our accommodation services helped one cancer patient continue her breast cancer patient during the 2019 bushfires.
Read how our Financial Assistance program helped one cancer patient deal with the financial hardships of her cancer diagnosis.
Christmas is a hard time for people with a cancer diagnosis. Here are some strategies to make Christmas easier if you’re affected by cancer.
“Here I go again.” Those were the words that echoed when Nicole Gallen was told she was breast cancer.
In 1996, Nurse and continence advisor Barbara McFadyen ran an advertisement in the local newspaper classifieds to seek support in establishing a support group in the area. She was responding to a need for men and their families who were negotiating their respective prostate cancer journeys. The response was forthcoming from a man who was undergoing […]
When Michelle Beattie’s hair began to fall out, she asked her five-year-old son Jackson if he would like to help her cut off the rest. “I started chemotherapy and I explained to Jackson that I was going to lose my hair,” Michelle said. “As soon as my hair fell out, I asked him if […]