Thanks to a student from the University of Adelaide and a dedicated team of cancer patients, now even residents of rural areas of South Australia will be aware of cancer and its adverse effects.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the student and the team collaborated and formed a new website via which these Australians will be acknowledged with the proper and current information regarding cancer.
This new joint venture website www. countrycancersupport. com. au will help people living in rural areas and affected by cancer to be more aware of the disease and ways as to how it can be tackled and whom should they look forward to ask help.
It has been notified that the need for this cancer support website emerged after the university student, Kate Gunn during her PhD research conducted a series of interviews with cancer patients residing in rural areas and also their carers.
Ms Gunn suggested that the patients she met informed her that they were not aware of the disease and a few of those, who were didn't have the proper information, that could help them move on with life at the same time of coping up with the disease and also regarding medical treatment.
Ms Gunn said, "I travelled to Whyalla to speak with cancer support group leaders, community health services, doctors and practice nurses".
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