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For individual copies, online versions of the publications and resources can be viewed or downloaded, see categories listed below. Alternatively you can contact our 13 11 20 Cancer Information and Support Line to request copies.

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These publications provide details about support and services provided by Cancer Council WA.

Exercises for people living with cancer: These videos provide some simple strength-training exercises, including exercises to develop balance, strengthen core muscles and build strength. These exercises are also in the Exercise for People Living with Cancer booklet.

Finding Calm During Cancer Podcast: In the Finding Calm During Cancer podcast, join psychologist Dr Lisbeth Lane as she guides you through a series of meditation and relaxation practices.

Life Now Exercise and Nutrition DVD – staying well during and after cancer: This series of videos will help you understand the importance of exercise during and after cancer treatment, provide information about the clinical recommendation about exercise for people with cancer and includes easy exercises that you can do at home and quick and easy recipe ideas.

Life Now Meditation and Relaxation CD: This CD introduces people affected by cancer to a number of simple meditation techniques to help decrease stress and bring about a calmer mind. Listen to the benefits from an experienced Life Now meditation facilitator and hear how meditation has helped others cope with cancer. Available to order via the publication order form.

Life Now audio series: Downloadable audio tracks from the five Life Now audio series: Cancer and sexuality; Communication; Life after cancer treatment; Meditation and relaxation; Eating well and keeping active.

 

Guides to Best Cancer Care: A lot can happen in a hurry when you’re diagnosed with cancer. These guides can help you make sense of what should happen. They will help you with what questions to ask your health professionals to make sure you receive the best care at every step.

Booklets, fact sheets and videos in several community languages: Cancer Council has developed resources with information about cancer, reducing your risk, diagnosis, screening and treatment in several community languages.