Are you supporting patients who do not speak or read English well?
Our translations could help. For many people living with cancer in the UK, English may not be their first language. They may have interpreters or family members who can assist with the language barrier, but providing high-quality information in people’s own languages is an important way of giving personalised support. We’ve recently expanded our range of translated cancer information to help you do this.
The range now includes 8 symptom awareness flyers covering common cancer types, and 11 fact sheets covering common cancers, treatments and aspects of coping with cancer and getting support. This information has been translated into the following languages:
- Chinese (traditional)
Download or order your free translations now, so you can give more people the information they need when they’re facing cancer.
For any questions or comments about translations, email Abi Howse on firstname.lastname@example.org