- General lifestyle
- My experience
Nutrition and cancer
For more information, see Nutrition in Cancer Patients.
Vitamins, supplements and cancer
For more information, see Vitamins, Supplements and Cancer.
Sex and cancer
|Between 10 and 88% of patients diagnosed with cancer experience sexual problems following diagnosis and treatment. This varies according to the location and type of cancer, and what kind of treatment is used.|
For more information, see Sexual Difficulties Associated with Cancer in Men.
Travelling with cancer
For more information, see Travelling with Cancer.
Aussie men share their prostate cancer experiences
For more information, see Aussie men share their prostate cancer experiences.
For more information on prostate cancer, including diagnoses, types of treatments, and some useful tools, videos and animations, see Prostate Cancer.
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