Listed below are an example of some of the resources we carry in relation to cancer. A more substantial list is available at the Public Education Resource Library (PERL)>
Ground-breaking Breast Cancer campaign launches in Scotland (September 2012)
A new Scottish Government Detect Breast Cancer Early programme was launched in September 2012 which aims to improve cancer survival rates by increasing the proportion of Scots diagnosed in the earliest stages of the disease, when a better range of treatment can be made available to patients.
Health at Work are arranging to obtain A3 posters and leaflets (print and electronic versions) to support this campaign. If you would like to request copies for your organisation, contact Health at Work on 0141 314 0024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
One in nine women will experience breast cancer in their lifetime but you have a higher chance of surviving the disease if itís detected in it earliest stages. See your GP if you spot any unusual or persistent changes. Donít get scared Ė get checked. To find out more about cancer and the signs and symptoms,contact NHS Inform by phoning 0800 22 44 88 or log on to http://enewsletters.tictocfamily.com/t/r-l-klhilty-eyhgvi-t/
- Flower power
- A credit card sized resource with information on the cervical smear test.
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- Keep you eye on the ball
- A credit card sized resources with information on the early detection of testicular cancer.
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