About POLA publications
Risk factors
Cancer prevention
Diagnostics and treatment

Being a relatively young organization, POLA has initiated and successfully implemented a project aimed at translating and producing information materials. The project was made possible with the support of the British Embassy and Vilnius Old Town Rotary Club. For the translation of the “A Parent’s Guide to Children’s Cancer’”and “Understanding Cancer Of Unknown Primary” publications from English to Lithuanian, a cooperation agreement was signed with a British organisation Macmillan Cancer Support.

In June 2014, in the Parliament of Northern Ireland POLA and Cancer Choices, an NGO from Northern Ireland, presented results of their successful cooperation: 11 bilingual leaflets on cancer prevention, which were prepared on the basis of Cancer Research UK’s publications. We highly appreciate our cooperation with major British NGOs.

Prepared for the general public POLA educational publications focus on risk factors that significantly increase the likelihood of developing cancer, as well as on the prevention of the most common cancer types. Information materials were distributed among POLA members and across cancer information centres in Lithuania, where they are available free of charge to all cancer patients and their families.

For publications in Lithuanian, please see here.

English versions of the publications are available

If you believe that there is a lack of information about cancer prevention or treatment in Lithuania, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

We are deeply grateful to our partners and everyone who contributed to the preparation of the relevant quality information!

Publications in both English and Lithuanian languages have been developed under cooperation with our partners: Cancer Research UK Cancer Choices Dungannon & South Tyron Burough Council. Press here to read more about the leafet project. If you are looking for publications in Lithuanian press here. Notice: publications provided below are intended for UK residents.