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Cancer Council has developed resources in several community languages. These include booklets, fact sheets and videos.

Chinese

Did you know? - PDF (Simplified; Traditional
Cancer can affect anyone. These bilingual fact sheets provide information on what is cancer, risk factors and ways to stay healthy and treatment. 

Did you know? - Videos (Mandarin - Short; Mandarin - Long)

How do people feel after a cancer diagnosis? What treatment should you get? Which professionals will you see? Watch the Did you know videos to learn about the experiences of people affected by cancer.

On the Road to Recovery - PDF (Simplified; Traditional)

Once cancer treatment is over, you may face new physical, emotional and practical challenges. These booklets have practical information and tips to help you get through any challenges you may have. It tells you where you can get help and support.


Vietnamese

Did you know? - PDF
Cancer can affect anyone. This fact sheet in both English and Vietnamese provides practical information on cancer and its treatment as well as ways to stay healthy. 

Did you know? - Video (Short; Long)

How do people feel after a cancer diagnosis? What treatment should you get? What will you experience? Watch the Did you know videos to learn about the experiences of people affected by cancer.

On the Road to Recovery - PDF

Once cancer treatment has ended you may face new challenges. This fact sheet has practical information and tips to help you get through any challenges you may have. It tells you where you can get help and support.

 

Arabic

Did you know? - PDF
Cancer can affect anyone. This bilingual fact sheet provides practical information on cancer, its treatment and ways to stay healthy. 

Did you know? - Video (Short; Long)

How do people feel after a cancer diagnosis? How do you know what treatment you should you get? Which professionals will you see? Watch the Did you know videos to learn about the experiences of people affected by cancer.

On the Road to Recovery - PDF
When cancer treatment is over, it can be a relief but can also present new challenges. This fact sheet has practical information and tips to help you get through any challenges you may have. It tells you where you can get help and support.

 

Greek

On the Road to Recovery - PDF

Once cancer treatment is over, you may experience new challenges. This booklet has practical information and tips to help you get through any challenges you may have. It tells you where you can get help and support.

 

Italian

On the Road to Recovery - PDF

Many people are surprised at the mixed feelings they have after treatment finishes and the new challenges they may face. This fact sheet has practical information and tips to help you get through any challenges you may have. It tells you where you can get help and support.

 

Hindi

On the Road to recovery - PDF

It is normal to have a mixture of feelings and to have good and bad moments after finishing treatment. This fact sheet offers practical support for people who have finished having treatment.

 

Tagalog 

On the Road to Recovery - PDF

It is normal to have a mixture of feelings a after finishing treatment. This fact sheet has practical information and tips to help you get through any challenges you may have.

 

What to expect

What to expect pathways

These simple guides offer an overview of what to expect after a cancer diagnosis. They are also available in several languages.


Additional Info

8:30am to 5:30pm Monday - Friday (SA Time)

Cancer Council Northern Territory works closely with Cancer Council South Australia who provides Territorians with the Cancer Council Information and Support line. When you call Cancer Council 13 11 20 you will speak to caring and experienced people who understand what you need to know and is familiar with resources available in the Northern Territory.

Our expertly trained nurse/health counsellors provide confidential information and support for people with cancer and their families and friends about:

  • How to prevent cancer or detect it early;
  • Different types of cancer;
  • Diagnostic tests and cancer treatments;
  • The services available to people with cancer; and
  • The emotional aspects of cancer

While Cancer Council 13 11 20 does not provide medical advice or recommend a course of action, our trained nurse/health counsellors can provide information to clarify medical terms, procedures and treatments.

Health professionals may also use the service to access up-to-date information or to refer patients to support services.

Call Cancer Council 13 11 20 for the cost of a local call.

Cancer Council 13 11 20 can also be accessed using an interpreter.

Ring 131 450 and ask to be connected to Cancer Council 13 11 20 .

If you would prefer, you can email us

How you can help

You can support Cancer Council by:

  • volunteering your time
  • participating in an event or
  • making a donation to help fund our cancer research, education and support services.

This page was last updated on: Thursday, January 24, 2019

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