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Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) 備有一系列有關乳癌的雙語宣傳冊和音頻資料，供那些想要獲得中文版信息的人使用。
Ann 講述如何通過閱讀資訊，幫助她明白到 -- 患乳癌並非她的過錯。
Cynthia (普通话) ：我知道要進行治療。我不確定是否可以繼續工作，所以我停下來了。
Breast cancer information in Chinese
Are you looking for breast cancer information and resources in Traditional Chinese?
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) has a series of bilingual booklets and audio files about breast cancer for people who prefer to receive information in Chinese.
Healthy Eating and Breast Cancer (new resource)
Women from the Chinese-speaking community who have been diagnosed with breast cancer will now be able to access culturally appropriate information on healthy eating after a breast cancer diagnosis and metastatic breast cancer, thanks to a new initiative being launched by CanRevive and Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA). Healthy Eating and Breast Cancer for Chinese Women consists of an audio CD and information booklet with information relevant to women from a Chinese-speaking background. The resource is based on BCNA’s Healthy Eating and Breast Cancer booklet. The healthy eating resource was developed after Chinese women told CanRevive they were becoming distressed due to people around them telling them what they should or shouldn’t be eating after breast cancer. The women told CanRevive they would find it helpful to have correct information and guidelines about how to eat a healthy and balanced diet. It also addresses specific questions women may have about different foods and myth-busts common misconceptions.
Breast cancer booklets and audio files
The following booklets are written in Traditional Chinese. Simply click on the links to download and read the booklets. You can also listen to breast cancer information in Cantonese and Mandarin by clicking on the audio buttons.
In my language: my breast cancer story
As part of our commitment to improve support for people affected by breast cancer from multilingual backgrounds, BCNA has produced a number of videos in different languages.
In my language: my breast cancer story shares the breast cancer experiences of women in their own languages, with subtitles in English. The women are from Italian, Greek, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Arabic and Vietnamese speaking backgrounds.
Cynthia tells, in Mandarin, how her diagnosis allowed her to discover her passion for painting.
Ann tells, in Cantonese, how reading information helped her to understand that her breast cancer was not her fault.
Other organisations also have useful information in Chinese for women and men who have been diagnosed with cancer. Click on the links below to access this information.