Find out about this type of cancer, also known as bowel cancer
These booklets cover various aspects of cancer and cancer treatments.
If you can't find what you're looking for you can contact the specialist nurses at our cancer information centre. The centre offers a free confidential service for anyone affected by cancer. Call 0161 446 8100.
*Please note there has been a change in prescription fees since some of our booklets were published.
The department consists of registered dietitians who are qualified to assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutrition-related problems.
As part of your treatment journey for cancer to the head and neck, you will come across many healthcare professionals at various stages.
Information for gynae patients discharged after follow-up giving symptoms to look out for and who to contact for help.
This leaflet gives details of which medications prescribed or bought over the counter can make you feel drowsy.
This booklet is for patients with pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP). A common problem caused by PMP is a change in bowel habit due to the disease pressing on the bowel which can prevent the absorption of food. You may need to change your diet to make sure you are getting sufficient nutrition.
This booklet has been written for relatives who are potential bone marrow or stem cell donors to guide you through each stage of the donation process.
Your doctor has recommended that you have a dexamethasone suppression test to determine whether your body is producing too much of the hormone cortisol.
Information for patients to describe the day to day routine when admitted for surgery for a peritoneal tumour
Discharge information following the Enhanced Recovery Programme
Information sheet describing the procedure, what happens on the day of treatment and the side effects.
Information sheet explaining what DFSP is and how it is treated.
Advice to patients on how to reduce gas in the bowel during treatment with radiotherapy and a diary chart to complete.
Advice to patients who have had an epidural analgesia and what to do if they have any problems after discharge.
Advice to patients on how to cope with diarrhoea during treatment with diarrhoea and a diary chart to complete.