Cancer Australia has produced a range of resources about cancer which have been translated into other languages.


Cancer Australia is committed to supporting culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in Australia. 


To access Cancer Australia’s freely available range of cancer publications, including: guidelines, cancer guides, reports, fact sheets and pamphlets in 10 non-English languages, click on your language below.

Information about COVID-19 vaccines for people affected by cancer

The Australian Government’s Department of Health and Aged Care provides a range of translated resources and videos in-language including about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Cancer Council Australia has published ‘Cancer and COVID-19: Information in your language’ information and resource sheets for people with cancer, including translations into other languages.

Cancer won’t wait

While cancer is more common as we get older, you can develop cancer at any age. It’s really important to know your body and know the symptoms to look out for.

If you have a new change in your body that hasn’t gone away, such as a lump, don’t put off seeing your doctor. Most changes are not cancer, but if it is cancer, the earlier it is found, the better.

Your doctor is there to look after your health as usual. You can book an appointment to see your doctor in person, or talk to them on your phone or on your computer (telehealth).

Getting free screening for cancer can also help protect your health through early detection, even if you don’t have any symptoms of the disease. Visit for more information.

View our Cancer Won’t Wait video in your language below.

TIS National

If you would like an interpreter to help you understand any information on this website, please call TIS National on 131 450 and ask them to call Cancer Australia on 02 9357 9400.

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