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Breast self-examination: what you can do (Chinese)

Provides instruction, in Chinese, on how to perform a breast self-examination.

Published: 2004
One step at a time: for smokers who want to quit (Chinese)  
http://www.cancer.ca/ccs/internet/standard/0,3182,3172_270898744_370739836_langId-en,00.html

Provides, in Chinese, help for people who have decided to quit smoking.

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Published: 2002
One step at a time: for smokers who don't want to quit (Chinese)

Offers, in Chinese, some things to think about, and provides some practical tips that may relieve some of the stress connected to smoking.

Published: 2002
Something else to worry about? (Chinese)

Provides, in Chinese, an overview of ovarian cancer including risk factors, symptoms, and diagnosis.

Published: 2003
Newly diagnosed? (Chinese)

Explores, in Chinese, common questions of women who have recently been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Includes types of ovarian cancer, questions to ask healthcare professionals, treatment, and coping with illness.

Published: 2004
Husbands and partners (Chinese)

Provides, in Chinese, information and support for partners of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Includes information about coping with emotions and the importance of social support.

Published: 2003
Remission and beyond (Chinese)

Provides, in Chinese, an overview of the experience of being in remission from ovarian cancer. Includes information on tests, treatment, and coping with anxiety.

Published: 2003
Early detection of breast cancer (Chinese)

Provides general information on breast cancer, and discusses early detection methods, including mammography, breast examinations done by a doctor, and breast self-examination.

Anxiety disorders (Chinese)  
http://www.heretohelp.bc.ca/sites/default/files/images/tchinese_anxiety.pdf

Looks, in Chinese, at the different anxiety disorders and how to tell if you might have one. Describes relaxation techniques, and provides tips for talking to your doctor.

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Prevention of cervical cancer: the Pap test (Chinese)  
http://www.fcmsdocs.org/HealthResources/HealthEducationInformation/cervicalCancerChi.php

Explains why Pap tests are important. Provides basic information on the test and the possible results.

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