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Cancer Australia produces a wide range of cancer publications, including: guidelines, cancer guides, reports, fact sheets, DVD's, posters and pamphlets.

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This report is the first in Australia to describe the epidemiology of ovarian cancer nationally and local variations in States.

Ovarian cancer
Cancer Australia reports and plans
PDF

This guide’s focus is on breast imaging that occurs outside of the BreastScreen Australia Program. Please note an update to Chapter 6 and Appendix G is available (resource code RSIG). Also available is a desktop reference card (resource code SBIS).

Breast cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF
Breast cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF

Establishment of the Ovarian Cancer Program, its mission, objectives, philosophy and outcomes.

Ovarian cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF

Clinical practice guidelines for the management of early breast cancer will assist in the decision making for women with early breast cancer for both health professionals and consumers.

Breast cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF
All Cancer Types
Cancer Australia reports and plans
PDF
Lung cancer
Cancer Australia reports and plans
PDF

Report of the Ovarian Cancer Workshop - Improving outcomes for Australian women with ovarian cancer. iSource National Breast Cancer Centre, National Cancer Control Initiative & Department of Health and Aged Care. 2001.

Cervical cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF

Advanced breast cancer includes both locally advanced and metastatic breast cancer. The Clinical practice guidelines for the management of advanced breast cancer have been developed by a multidisciplinary working party, with cooperation from a range of special contributors.

Breast cancer
Resources for health professionals
PDF

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