Resources for Regional People

Find Cancer Early resources for Regional Western Australians

This section contains  resources for all regional Western Australians including Aboriginal people.

Life of Mine Podcast Interview

Check out Regional Education Coordinator Hannah Cauchi’s interview with Matt Michael on the Life of Mine podcast for underground miners by clicking on the photo below.

Hannah and Matt discuss the Find Cancer Early program for regional Western Australians, when to participate in cancer screening, reducing your exposure to occupational carcinogens and general healthy lifestyle information. The stories and advice of valued regional WA cancer survivors and patients, known as Find Cancer Early champions, are weaved throughout the interview to motivate the audience to take the symptom information on board.

Life of Mine interview Hannah Cauchi and Matt Michael

Cancer Education Video

Resources for Regional Western Australians

Find Cancer Early Resource Order Form

Resource Order Form - WA Orders

Order FREE Find Cancer Early checklists and other resources for your home, work or your local health or community centre. Simply download the PDF, complete the form and return to Cancer Council Western Australia via the email or postal address listed at the top of the form. This form is for Western Australian orders only.

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Resource Order Form - TAS Orders

Order FREE Find Cancer Early checklists and other resources for your home, work or your local health or community centre. Simply download the PDF, complete the form and return to Cancer Council Tasmania via the email or postal address listed at the top of the form. This form is for Tasmanian orders only.

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Find Cancer Early General Design Symptom Checklist

Find Cancer Early Checklist A4 - General Design

This checklist contains general early symptoms of the five most common cancers affecting Western Australians: prostate, breast, skin (including melanoma), bowel and lung cancer. This poster is A4 size.

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Find Cancer Early General Design Symptom Checklist

Find Cancer Early Checklist A3 - General Design

This checklist contains general early symptoms of the five most common cancers affecting Western Australians: prostate, breast, skin (including melanoma), bowel and lung cancer. This poster is A3 size.

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Find Cancer Early General Design Symptom Checklist

Find Cancer Early Checklist Flyer - General Design

This checklist contains general early symptoms of the five most common cancers affecting Western Australians: prostate, breast, skin (including melanoma), bowel and lung cancer. This flyer is DL size (1/3 of A4 size).

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Find Cancer Early Symptom Checklist Aboriginal Design

Find Cancer Early Checklist A4 - Aboriginal Design

This checklist contains general early symptoms of the five most common cancers affecting Western Australians: prostate, breast, skin (including melanoma), bowel and lung cancer. This poster is A4 size.

Download PDF 277.54 KB
Find Cancer Early Symptom Checklist Aboriginal Design

Find Cancer Early Checklist A3 - Aboriginal Design

This checklist contains general early symptoms of the five most common cancers affecting Western Australians: prostate, breast, skin (including melanoma), bowel and lung cancer. This poster is A3 size.

Download PDF 289.77 KB
Find Cancer Early Symptom Checklist Aboriginal Design DL Size

Find Cancer Early Checklist Flyer - Aboriginal Design

This checklist contains general early symptoms of the five most common cancers affecting Western Australians: prostate, breast, skin (including melanoma), bowel and lung cancer. This flyer is DL size (1/3 of A4 size).

Download PDF 569.36 KB
hecking For Cancer Resource

Checking For Cancer - What to Expect

Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who might have cancer. This information explains what to expect while you're getting checked out. Your carer, family and community might also find this information helpful.

Cancer Resource

Cancer - What to Expect

Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have cancer. This information explains what to expect before, during and after your cancer treatment, and tells you about the care you should be offered. Your carer, family and community might also find this information useful.