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Finding things on the web

The internet provides an easy way to share and use healthcare information. However, cancer information can be posted on the Internet by anyone, regardless of their background or medical qualifications. The documents on this page have links to websites that have been approved by oncology professionals. Even though all of the information you find on these sites has been checked by experts, you should always discuss the information you find on the internet with your cancer care team to make sure it applies to you. 

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Disease Information

Pathfinder series: Advanced Breast

Cancer

Pathfinder series: Anal & rectal cancer

Pathfinder series: Brain tumours

Pathfinder series: Breast Cancer

Pathfinder series: Cancer

Pathfinder series: Colon Cancer

Pathfinder series: Esophageal and

Stomach Cancer

Pathfinder series: Gallbladder and

Pancreatic Cancer

Pathfinder Series: Lung Cancer

Pathfinder series: Melanoma

Pathfinder series: Multiple myeloma

Pathfinder series: Non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Pathfinder series: Prostate Cancer

Support Information

Pathfinder series: Caregiving

Pathfinder series: Complementary and

alternative therapies

Pathfinder series: Genetics and Cancer

Pathfinder series: Mental health/cancer

Pathfinder series: Healthy Eating

Pathfinder series: Smoking cessation

Pathfinder series: Life after Breast

Cancer

Pathfinder series: Life after Cancer

Pathfinder series: Palliative and

End-of Life Care

Pathfinder series: Sexuality and Cancer

Pathfinder series: Talking to Children

Talking to young adults with cancer

Pathfinder series: Young Women With

Breast Cancer