People from some communities may need extra information and support when they have cancer.
The information on this site is suitable for anyone affected by cancer. However, this section has additional information for:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- multicultural communities
- people in rural and remote areas.
Use this section to help you find the information that is right for you.
In this section
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Find information and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Find information and support for people from non-English speaking communities
People in rural and remote areas
Understand how living outside Australia's major cities can affect your health care
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