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Four ways to improve your cancer care - What to discuss with your doctor about your cancer treatment and care.

Discover the latest information about cancer control in NSW for 2018.

Learn more about Reporting for Better Cancer Outcomes (RBCO) program at the Cancer Institute NSW and how it works to lessen the impact of cancer across the state.

A cancer diagnosis may impact many areas of your life, and it’s important to have people around who can help support you.

Know the next step in your treatment and who to contact. A treatment plan will help you know what is coming next and who are your key contacts.

Learn more about how to get involved in your cancer treatment and make informed decisions.

Find out how a multidisciplinary cancer care team starts working with someone when they are newly diagnosed with cancer, and reviews treatment plans during or after their treatment.

Learn more about T.I.P.S. - a four-point guide to help you have better conversations with your patient about their cancer care.

People suspected of or diagnosed with oesophageal or gastric cancer in NSW should be referred to one of these specialist centres

Women in NSW with ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and other gynaecological cancers should be assessed & treated at one of these 7 specialist gynaecological oncology centres.