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Cancer patient information leaflets

 

Cancer

This page lists our cancer patient leaflets by title. Use the A-Z below to find the leaflets relevant to you. 

To view all of Guy's and St Thomas' patient information leaflets, visit the patients and visitors section.

Aftercare advice following your nipple-areola tattoo

Description:
This leaflet explains more about returning to your everyday activities after your tattoo.

Bereavement support leaflet

Description:
This leaflet provides more information about our Bereavement Support Service

Breast cancer resources

Description:
Information about extra resources to help support you with your breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Breast clinic

Description:
This leaflet will give you some general information about the breast clinic.

Cancer - Investigating your suspected cancer

Description:
This leaflet is about investigating a suspected cancer, known as a malignancy of unknown origin (MUO).

Cancer - Your gynaecological cancer team

Description:
This leaflet is about the gynaecological cancer team. It explains who will be involved in your care, and what support is available to you.

Cancer rehabilitation transition service

Description:
A tailored rehabilitation service to help you achieve your goals and return home without delay.

Chemotherapy services at Guy's

Description:
This leaflet aims to give you an overview of chemotherapy services at the Cancer Centre at Guy's.

Clinical trials - Information for cancer and haematology patients

Description:
This leaflet contains information for cancer and haematology patients taking part in clinical trials.

Colorectal cancer care

Description:
This leaflet will help you to understand the service we provide, who will be involved in your care, and what support is available.
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More information for patients

To view all of Guy's and St Thomas' patient information leaflets, visit the patients and visitors section.