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Young people in Australia need more support to help life continue after cancer – Dr Antoinette Anazodo is determined to make this happen.

Tony Maxwell is helping to change the lives of men with prostate cancer, all while living with his own disease.

Dr Craig Earle is coming to Australia to encourage the uptake of new, innovative approaches in treating people with cancer in NSW.

NSW Cervical Screening Program fund training courses and workshops through Family Planning NSW for GPs and Practice Nurses to increase their skills and confidence in performing Pap tests and other women's health screening checks.

More communication, and more practical information can help women have a positive experience with BreastScreen NSW, first-time research from the Cancer Institute NSW shows.

Supporting a person diagnosed with haematological cancer correlates with a high level of unmet needs. Support persons living in rural areas are more likely to report finance-related unmet need than their urban counterparts.

Cancer charities play an important role in supporting people affected by cancer in NSW, this brochure provides a guide to the type of services offered for practical life matters and finances.

Cancer charities play an important role in supporting people affected by cancer in NSW, this brochure provides a guide to the type of services offered.