The following is a complete list of podcast produced by Cancer Australia

Title Year

Men can help with the practical day to day activities and issues such as work around the house, dealing with the children, cooking...

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

It’s important to know that many others have been there before you, and that there is help available...

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 5th of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic (secondary) breast cancer' (PTA). When a woman is diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes (a CD is also available from the resource library) provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 3rd of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic (secondary) breast cancer' (PTA). When a woman is diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 9th of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic (secondary) breast cancer'. When a woman is diagnosed with secondary breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes (a CD is also available from the resource library) provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 7th of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic (secondary) breast cancer' (PTA). When a woman is diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes (a CD is also available from the resource library) provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 6th of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic (secondary) breast cancer' (PTA). When a woman is diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes (a CD is also available from the resource library) provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 2nd of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic (secondary) breast cancer' (PTA). When a woman is diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes (a CD is also available from the resource library) provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 10th of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic (secondary) breast cancer'. When a woman is diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes (a CD is also available from the resource library) provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.

This is 1st of 10 tracks from the audio resource, 'When the woman you love has metastatic breast cancer' (PTA). When a woman is diagnosed with metastatic (secondary) breast cancer, the news and its implications can be enormously challenging for her, and also for her partner and family. This series of podcast episodes (a CD is also available from the resource library) provides advice and information to men supporting a woman they love who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer on how to deal with their own needs and feelings. Men share their own experiences and health professionals offer guidance on a range of emotional, physical and practical issues. Cancer Australia would like to thank all those who contributed their time, experiences and expertise to develop this resource.

Audience: कैंसर से प्रभावित व्यक्ति, एवम् उनके परिवार तथा मित्र
Cancer Type: स्तन कैंसर
Status: Greater than 5 years. This resource was developed, reviewed or revised more than 5 years ago and may no longer reflect current evidence or best practice.