Some types of cancer are linked to patient associations, where patients and their families have formed an association to offer support to people with the same diagnosis. Patient associations are listed under the individual cancer diagnosis. One in three cancer diagnoses are preventable. Find out how below. Finally, you will find information about death and statistics about cancer in Norway. Some of the brochures we are linked to have been published by cancer associations in other countries and some have been published by the Norwegian Cancer Society. The content of the brochures has been updated and is accurate. Consult your doctor about anything you are unclear about. Types of cancer Breast cancer Norwegian Breast Cancer Society Bowel cancer Norilco Colon and rectal cancer Norilco Cervical cancer Gynkreftforeningen Liver cancer Lung cancer Lungekreftforeningen Stomach cancer Prostate cancer Prostatakreftforeningen What do you know about your prostate? Afro-Caribbean men are three times more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than white men. African men are two timesmore likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than white men. You will find more cancer diagnoses here, under Cancer type: General information. You will find more patient support groups here. Treatment Surgery Chemotherapy Radiotherapy Hormonal therapy Stem cell transplant Targeted therapy Complementary therapies Side effects of cancer treatment Cancer pain Clinical trials Living with cancer Rehabilitation Living with cancer What you can do to help yourself A guide for young people living with cancer Living with lung cancer Plan the future Talking about death Questions about deathQuestions about death (broschure) Dying at home Experiences and options (brochure) Cancer in Norway A brief overview of Cancer Incidence, Mortality, Survival and Prevalence in Norway. When you get ill in Norway, it is important to know your rights. Several services are available that can help you and your family cope with living with cancer.