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.
Your medical team has recommended that you have a nasogastric tube inserted. This is a tube that either enables you to be fed directly into your stomach, or allows nursing staff to remove excess stomach contents that could be making you feel nauseous.
This leaflet tells you about the procedure known as a Nephrostogram. It explains what is involved and what the benefits and risks are. It may make you think of things you would like to discuss with your doctor.
There are now many special nutritional drinks and puddings available to help when eating is difficult. With so much choice it can be hard to decide what is right for you. This booklet has been designed by The Christie dieticians to show you: What nutritional drinks are available. What nutritional drinks are the most suitable for you.
As part of your treatment for breast cancer, the whole breast may be removed including the nipple and areola. This leaflet describes the various methods of nipple reconstruction following surgery.
Information sheet about stage 1 disease for non-seminomatous germ cell tumours, treatment and side effects.
Information sheet describing the procedure, what happens on the day of treatment and the side effects.
This leaflet explains the regulations about driving licences when you have been diagnosed with a central nervous system tumour.