The Christie produces a range of patient information that cover various aspects of cancer and cancer treatments.
Booklets are free to patients coming to The Christie and are available from the cancer information centre (department 3). The centre offers a confidential service for anyone affected by cancer. Please call in or contact us by telephone on 0161 446 8100.
Radiotherapy can result in a dry, sore and swollen throat. Radiation to the larynx will affect your vocal cords, producing changes to your voice.
Information about the Christie Lymphoma Nurse Specialised who is an experienced cancer nurse who specialised in the care and support of people with Hodgkin Lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
This leaflet describes some of the side effects patients who have had a laryngectomy may experience and how to reduce them.
Because you have a problem with the drainage of urine from one, or both, of your kidneys the urologist is going to insert a “stent” into one or both ureters. This is the tube that drains urine from your kidney to your bladder.
This leaflet gives information about the lymphoma multi-disciplinary team (MDT for short). This is a team of healthcare professionals with the necessary skills to diagnose and treat lymphoma.
Life Ahead Plan booklet allows patients to record information about their treatment and future plans when treatment is completed.
Booklet describing the surgical procedure for a lararoscopic hysterectomy for endometrial cancer.
Information about surgery for cancer of the cervix or uterus with laparoscopic radical hysterectomy.
Information for patients having laparoscopic surgery for colon and rectal cancer explaining the technique and advantages of this procedure.
Information explaining what LAMN l is, diagnosis, and treatment.
Information describing the this procedures and the advantages of laparoscopic cyto-reductive surgery for PMP with HIPEC.
Supportive care: specialist medicines
This leaflet provides information on a medicine called lidocaine which is used to treat pain in palliative care and supportive care patients. It is offered as a guide to you and your family. The possible benefits of treatment vary; your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist will be happy to answer any questions you have about your treatment.