A Document from a Webpage (use italics in title)
Burgess, A. (Ed.). (2013). Emotions and cancer: A guide for people with cancer, their families and friends. Retrieved from https://www.cancerwa.asn.au/resources/2013-07-13-Emotions-and-Cancer.pdf
Webpages or Websites (no italics in title)
Author, A. (YEAR). Title: Subtitle. Retrieved from http://url
Cancer Council Western Australia. (2011). Coping with the emotional effects of cancer. Retrieved from http://www.cancerwa.asn.au/patients/coping-with-cancer/ emotional-effects/
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Cancer patients as well as their family can find the treatment of the disease a physical and emotional roller coaster that can strain most families (Cancer Council Western Australia, 2011).
(Author Surname, Year, page or paragraph number [if available])
As a result, a "cancer diagnosis can also affect relationships with family" (Burgess, 2013, para. 2).