For more information relating to specific cancer types refer to the Cancer Types page and use the links to information under the name of the specific cancer type.
Cancer Council Victoria
What to Expect Guides (Cancer Council Victoria): These guides can help you make sense of what should happen.They will help you with what questions to ask your health professionals to make sure you receive the best care at every step
National Cancer Council Indictors: Interactive cancer data website, providing high quality data which allows for monitoring and reporting of national trends over time
EviQ Cancer Treatments Online: A free resource of evidence-based, consensus driven cancer treatment protocols and information for use at the point of care.
WeCan: An Australian supportive care website to help people affected by cancer find the information, resources and support services they may need following a diagnosis of cancer.
Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre: Aims to optimise the health and wellbeing of cancer survivors and their carers
Common Survivorship Issues Directory: Provides information and tools to support survivors to access evidence-based d quality survivorship care.
Counterpart (previously BreaCan): For breast or a gynaecological cancer
BCI Westmead Breast Cancer Institute:
Breast Cancer Network Australia
OTIS Foundation: Provides retreat accommodation at no cost to anyone dealing with the challenges of breast cancer
Clinical Trials links:
Cancer Council Victoria database
Australian and New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry
Western Health Cancer Services Referral information
Optimal Care Pathways
Palliative Care Victoria
Mercy Palliative Care
Melbourne City Mission
Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP)
Medical Oncology Group of Australia Incorporated
Cancer Trials Australia
Cancer Council of Victoria (Trials)