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Radiotherapy videos

Having radiotherapy for breast cancer

Part One: Preparing for Treatment

The Radiotherapy and Oncology Team, along with a patient, take you through the experience of radiotherapy treatment for breast cancer.

Part one of three covers preparing for treatment.

Part Two: Having Treatment

The Radiotherapy and Oncology Team, along with a patient, take you through the experience of radiotherapy treatment for breast cancer.

Part two of three covers having treatment.

Part Three: Side Effects and Support

The Radiotherapy and Oncology Team, along with a patient, take you through the experience of radiotherapy treatment for breast cancer.

Part three of three covers the side effects and support available.

Preparing for breath hold treatment

Respire offers resources including a video under the 'Coming for Radiotherapy' heading which shows what to expect if you have to undertake 'breath hold' during your radiotherapy.

Respire - Resources

What is it like having Prostate Radiotherapy treatment?

The Radiotherapy team and a prostate radiotherapy patient take you through having prostate radiotherapy treatment.

Teenage and Young Adult

Head and Neck

Swallowing for head and neck cancer patients during radiotherapy