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Find bowel screening resources to help both health professionals and patients.

Order NSW Quitline resources.

Cancer charities play an important role in supporting people affected by cancer in NSW, this brochure provides a guide to the type of services offered.

Memory includes the ability to store, retain and recall past experiences and information.

Read the legislation passed by the NSW Government to create the Cancer Institute NSW on June 24 2003. Including 2012 amendments

Inappropriate social behaviour is acting or talking in an awkward, embarrassing or socially unacceptable way. Generally this behaviour was not present before the brain tumour or if it was, it has worsened.

Sometimes we notice when we feel a bit sad, lack a bit of motivation, have a case of the ‘couldn’t be bothered’ then we need to actually structure pleasant activities.

For people living with a brain tumour, outbursts of anger or a general level of irritability can result from injury to parts of the brain that control our impulses.

Brain cancer resources: Your anger is a normal human feeling. Everyone feels anger and it can serve some useful functions.