GP tools

Having access to the latest, evidence-based cancer information and GP tools is essential for patients, health professionals and doctors alike.

GP tools

Prevention and screening

The cancer prevention information accessible via the links below has been developed by Australian cancer care experts. It provides evidence-based information and supports a range of health professionals.

Treatment

The cancer treatment information accessible via the links below has been developed by Australian cancer care experts. It provides evidence-based information and supports a range of health professionals.

Position statements

Cancer Council Australia’s position statements are a useful reference tool for those seeking evidence-based clarification and discussion of key cancer issues.

Diagnosis and treatment guides

A selection of resources that have been developed for general practitioners to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of common cancers.

Clinical guidelines

Clinical practice guidelines are a valuable resource for doctors and health professionals working in the field of cancer control. Drawing on the best available evidence, they provide scientifically-valid recommendations for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

Patient resources

For patients, information about cancer can be hard to take in, whether it’s accepting a diagnosis or understanding the intricacies of screening or treatment. Our printed resources and printable handouts provide the facts about cancer in simple terms, and are designed to be used within a consultation or given to patients to take away.

Genetics directory

The Cancer Genetics Research Directory is a free search tool developed by the National Cancer Genetics Education Group and Cancer Council Australia.

Diverse languages and cultures

Cancer Council offers a range of cancer information, resources and publications for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.

Useful links

A listing of Cancer Council and other cancer-focused websites.

 

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