NEWS & TIPS

Another warning

A killer flu season has seen almost as many people diagnosed with the virus so far this year as there were in the whole of

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Drinking in style

Nothing is worse that drinking out of those disposable cups. We include a KeepCup in our Kit  for Cancer case to ensure you are drinking in style

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Smells and feels divine

Your skin needs extra care during treatment, so it’s important to use gentle products that minimize the chance of skin aggravations. One tip is to

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National Volunteer Week

Volunteers are vital to providing supports and services in high-demand community services. This year Volunteering Australia will be celebrating 30 years of National Volunteer Week (NVW),

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Feelings

It’s normal to feel sadness after you have been diagnosed with cancer. Patients and survivors can reflect with sadness to the changes and path their

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National Families Week

National Families Week is held every year between 15 and 21 May. For those living with cancer families can be the most important people in

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Soupspiration

The cold weather is an excellent time to stock up your freezer with veggie-packed soups.  Homemade soups are fabulous suggestion for those wanting to prepare food for

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Mother’s Day 2019

Many  different types of flowers are chosen to give on Mother’s Day. Pink carnations symbolise gratitude and love while white carnations represent remembrance. For cancer

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Your balance

Patients can stress that they are becoming a burden and worry about asking for help to get up or walking. Falling would be a worse result

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You can also donate a kit to someone in need.