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Information about metastatic breast cancer in Chinese

轉移性乳癌信息中文版

转移性乳癌信息中文版 

Annie, who is living with metastatic breast cancer, in front of a bookshelf

Metastatic breast cancer Traditional Chinese booklet

您是否正在尋找繁體中文版的轉移性乳癌信息?

BCNA備有一些有關的資訊手冊和音頻檔案,供那些想要獲得中文版信息的人使用。

轉移性乳癌信息資訊手冊分為三個部分。只需點擊鏈接下載并閱讀每個部分。您也可以通過點擊音頻按鈕,收聽用粵語述說的信息。

第一部分. 轉移性乳癌 了解您的情況 

這部分是關於轉移性乳癌對患者的意義和可以支持患者的醫療專業人員

閱讀

(PDF文檔)

收聽

(粵語)

第二部分. 轉移性乳癌的治療和管理其副作用

這部分是關於轉移性乳癌的治療和幫助您管理治療期間其副作用的建議。

閱讀

(PDF文檔)

收聽

(粵語)

第三部分在轉移性乳癌下好好生活 

這部分將為您提供居家援助和規劃未來的信息,以及幫助您好好生活的建議。

閱讀

(PDF文檔)

收聽

(粵語)

繁體中文版的轉移性乳癌信息書面資料

如果您想要獲取一份繁體中文版的轉移性乳癌資訊手冊的打印拷貝,您可以撥打1800 500 258聯絡BCNA,向他們免費訂閱。如果您需要口譯員幫助,請撥打13 14 50並要求澳洲乳癌網絡透過口譯員與您交談。

您也可以填寫此網上徵訂表格,徵訂一份轉移性乳癌資訊手冊。 

轉移性乳癌下的生活: 我的故事

轉移性乳癌下的生活: 我的故事(影片)以女性講述者的母語配英文字幕的方式,分享其經歷

在此視頻系列講述者May 以粵語講述她在活在轉移性乳癌下的故事。

得知我有轉移性乳癌

May 分享她對其癌症轉移確診的最初反應和她如何讓其家人和朋友知道該消息。

作出對我最適合的治療選擇

May 闡述她如何獲得有關她治療選擇的資料。

好好生活自我照顧

May 談論在她治療後幫助她復原的活動,如叢林健行和與家人朋友花時間相處。

身邊人們對我的支持

除了家人和朋友之外,May談論她是如何從她的治療團隊得到支持和指導。

應對我的確診

May 談論不同的專業服務和實際援助服務,有助於改善她的生活幸福。

2. 简体中文 

Metastatic breast cancer Simplified Chinese booklet

您是否正在寻找简体中文版的转移性乳癌信息?

BCNA备有一些有关的资讯手册和音频档案,供那些想要获得中文版信息的人使用。

转移性乳癌信息资讯手册分为三个部分。只需点击链接下载并阅读每个部分。您也可以通过点击音频按钮,收听用普通话述说的信息。

第一部分. 转移性乳癌了解您的情况

这部分是关于转移性乳癌对患者的意义和可以支持患者的医疗专业人员

阅读

(PDF文档)

收听

(普通话)

第二部分. 转移性乳癌的治疗和管理其副作用

这部分是关于转移性乳癌的治疗和帮助您管理治疗期间其副作用的建议。 

阅读

(PDF文档)

收听

(普通话)

第三部分. 在转移性乳癌下好好生活

这部分将为您提供居家援助和规划未来的信息,以及帮助您好好生活的建议。

阅读

(PDF文档)

收听

(普通话)

简体中文版的转移性乳癌信息书面资料 

如果您想要获取一份简体中文版的转移性乳癌资讯手册的打印拷贝,您可以拨打1800 500 258联络BCNA ,向他们免费订阅。如果您需要口译员帮助,请拨打13 14 50 并要求澳大利亚网络透过口译员与您交谈。 

您也可以填写此网上征订表格,征订一份转移性乳癌资讯手册。 

转移性乳癌下的生活: 我的故事

转移性乳癌下的生活: 我的故事(影片)以女性讲述者的母语配英文字幕的方式,分享其经历

在此影片系列讲述者May 以粤语讲述她在活在转移性乳癌下的故事。

以普通話观看影片:

  • 点击影片。
  • 在底部栏上,点击CC (隐藏式字幕)图标。
  • 将出现一个带有选项的快显视窗
  • 请选择普通话。 

得知我有转移性乳癌

May 分享她对其癌症转移确诊的最初反应和她如何让其家人和朋友知道该消息。

作出对我最适合的治疗选择

May 阐述她如何获得有关她治疗选择的资料。

好好生活自我照顾

May 谈论在她治疗后帮助她复原的活动,如丛林健行和与家人朋友花时间相处。

身边人们对我的支持

除了家人和朋友之外,May谈论她是如何从她的治疗团队得到支持和指导。

我的确诊

May 谈论不同的专业服务和实际援助服务,有助于改善她的生活幸福。


More Information

更多信息

更多信息

其他機構也有為被診斷患有癌症的男性和女性提供的、中文版的有用信息。點擊以下鏈接訪問此信息。

其他机构也有为被诊断患有癌症的男性和女性提供的、中文版的有用信息。点击以下链接访问此信息。

English translation

1. Traditional Chinese 

 Metastatic breast cancer Traditional Chinese booklets

Are you looking for information about metastatic breast cancer in Traditional Chinese?

BCNA has an information booklet and audio files for people who prefer to receive information in Chinese.

The metastatic breast cancer information booklet is divided into three sections. Simply click on ‘Read’ below to download and read each section. You can also listen to this information in Cantonese by clicking on ‘Listen’.

Section 1. Metastatic breast cancer – finding your way

This section is about what it means to have metastatic breast cancer and the health professionals that can support you.

Read

(PDF)

Listen

(Cantonese)

Section 2. Treatment for metastatic breast cancer and managing its side effects

This section is about the treatments for metastatic breast cancer and tips to help you manage the side effects of those treatments.

Read

(PDF)

Listen

(Cantonese)

Section 3. Living well with metastatic breast cancer

This section gives you information about practical supports to help you at home and planning ahead, as well as tips to help you live well.

Read

(PDF)

Listen

(Cantonese)


Printed information about metastatic breast cancer in Traditional Chinese

If you would like a free printed copy of the metastatic breast cancer information booklet in Traditional Chinese, call BCNA on 1800 500 258. If you need an interpreter, please call 13 14 50 and ask for Breast Cancer Network Australia to speak to us through an interpreter. 

You can also order the metastatic breast cancer information booklet by completing this online order form. 

Living with metastatic breast cancer: my story

Living with metastatic breast cancer: my story shares the experiences of women in their own language with subtitles in English.

In this video series May tells her story of living with metastatic breast cancer in Cantonese. 

Learning that I have metastatic breast cancer

May shares her initial reaction to her metastatic diagnosis and how she told her family and friends.

Making treatment choices that were best for me

May explains how she found information about her treatment options.

Living well – Caring for me

May talks about the things that helped her recover after treatment such as bushwalking and spending time with family and friends.

Support from people around me

In addition to family and friends, May talks about how her treating team was a source of support and guidance.

Coping with my diagnosis

May talks about the different professional and practical support services that have helped improve her wellbeing. 

2. Simplified Chinese

Metastatic breast cancer Simplified Chinese booklet

Are you looking for information about metastatic breast cancer in Simplified Chinese?

BCNA has an information booklet and audio files for people who prefer to receive information in Chinese.

The metastatic breast cancer information booklet is divided into three sections. Simply click on ‘Read’ below to download and read each section. You can also listen to this information in Mandarin by clicking on ‘Listen’.

Section 1. Metastatic breast cancer – finding your way

This section is about what it means to have metastatic breast cancer and the health professionals that can support you

Read

(PDF)

Listen

(Mandarin)

Section 2. Treatment for metastatic breast cancer and managing its side effects

This section is about the treatments for metastatic breast cancer and tips to help you manage the side effects of those treatments

Read

(PDF)

Listen

(Mandarin)

Section 3. Living well with metastatic breast cancer

This section gives you information about practical supports to help you at home and planning ahead, as well as tips to help you live well.

Read

(PDF)

Listen

(Mandarin)


Printed information about metastatic breast cancer in Simplified Chinese

If you would like a free printed copy of the metastatic breast cancer information booklet in Simplified Chinese, call BCNA on 1800 500 258. If you need an interpreter, please call 13 14 50 and ask for Breast Cancer Network Australia to speak to us through an interpreter.

You can also order the metastatic breast cancer information booklet by completing this online order form.

Living with metastatic breast cancer: my story

Living with metastatic breast cancer: my story shares the experiences of women in their own language with subtitles in English.

In this video series May tells her story about living with metastatic breast cancer in Cantonese.

To watch the videos in Mandarin:

  • Click on the video.
  • On the bottom bar, click on the CC (closed captioning) icon.
  • A pop-up window will appear with options.
  • Select Mandarin.

Learning that I have metastatic breast cancer  

May shares her initial reaction to her metastatic diagnosis and how she told her family and friends.

Making treatment choices that were best for me

May explains how she found information about her treatment options.

Living well – Caring for me

May talks about the things that helped her recover after treatment such as bushwalking and spending time with family and friends.

Support from people around me

In addition to family and friends, May talks about how her treating team was a source of support and guidance.

Coping with my diagnosis

May talks about the different professional and practical support services that have helped improve her wellbeing. 


More information

Cat, who is living with metastatic breast cancer, on Lore Howe Island

Other organisations also have useful information in Chinese for women and men diagnosed with cancer. Click on the links below.