Keep up to date with the latest news from the Cancer Society.
Understanding the rhythm of sleep
Difficulty getting to sleep, and sleep problems are common for people with cancer and many support services offer advice on management. These suggestions can be very helpful, but due to illness, treatments and hospital stays, sleep problems sometimes become prolonged and affect your quality of life
Self-screening a game changer for cervical cancer
Anna is part of a team working on a body of work called He Tapu Te Whare Tangata - the sacred house of humanity. Whare tangata is a Māori term that refers to the womb (the neck of which is the cervix) and to Māori women. Hence this work aims to protect Māori women and their cervical health.