Let’s Yarn About Lung Cancer
Published on Jun 25, 2013
Healthy lungs are vital to living a full, healthy life. However, lung cancer is a very common cancer amongst Aboriginal men and women. Let’s yarn about lung cancer aims to get people looking out for and listening for signs of lung cancer.
This video provides reliable information from a team of health professionals working in community health and cancer services. You will also hear stories from people who live with risks or have experienced possible symptoms of lung cancer. Being aware of both the risks and symptoms of lung cancer and going to see your doctor or Aboriginal Health Worker if you have symptoms, will lead to better outcomes for individuals and families in our community.
This video was made possible through support from – Lung Foundation Australia, Cancer Australia, Hume Regional Integrated Cancer Service, Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service, Woomera Aboriginal Corporation – Aboriginal playgroups, Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation, Albury Aunty Jean’s Chronic Care Program, Murrumbidgee Local Health District, Jindera Football/Netball Club and community.
Nomad Films for this DVD.
- Lung Cancer for GPs Early Detection, radiotherapy toxicities
- Merle’s Story – Surviving Lung Cancer
- Let’s Yarn About Lung Cancer
- How many people are smoking?
- Lung cancer – Part 1 – Introduction
- Lung cancer – Part 2 – Diagnosis
- Lung cancer – Part 3 – Staging the Disease
- Lung cancer – Part 4 – Multi-Disciplinary Team
- Lung cancer – Part 5 – Understanding Information
- Lung cancer – Part 6 – Allied Health
- Lung cancer – Part 7 – Living With Cancer
- Living with Lung Cancer – Part 8 – Making Decisions
- Lung cancer – Part 9 – Surgery
- Lung cancer – Part 10 – Quitting smoking
- Lung cancer – Part 11 – Radiotherapy
- Lung cancer – Part 12 – Chemotherapy
- Lung cancer – Part 13 – Symptoms
- Lung cancer – Part 14 – Prognosis
- Lung cancer – Part 15 – Palliative treatments
- Lung cancer – Part 16 – Carers
- Lung cancer – Part 17 – Complementary therapies
- Lung cancer – Part 18 – Clinical trials & new treatments
- Lung cancer – Part 19 – Life after treatment
- Lung cancer – Part 20 – Finding more information
- Smoking cessation resource for General Practitioners