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We've Gotcha Covered

Make sure you are ready for summer with Cancer Council’s latest sun protection range. ‘Gotcha Covered’ offers fresh and innovative designs to keep you safe and looking good outdoors.

 

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Entertainment Books

Support us and purchase your 2015|16 Entertainment Book now for only $55

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Bowel cancer screening campaign

Are you or someone you love aged 50 or over? Then you or your loved one is at higher risk of bowel cancer. Tragically, bowel cancer claims the lives of 75 Australians every week.


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Healthy Living Program

Getting back to a healthy lifestyle after cancer is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Read more here. 

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Make sure you are ready for summer with Cancer Council’s latest sun protection range. ‘Gotcha Covered’ offers fresh and innovative designs to keep you safe and looking good outdoors.

 

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Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Thursday 26th May 2016
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea is Cancer Council's most popular fundraising event and the largest, most successful event of its kind in Australia.


DaffodilDay

Daffodil Day

Friday 26th August 2016
Show you care about beating cancer this Daffodil Day.  


RFL

Relay For Life

2016 dates to be advised
Relay For Life is an overnight, community event where teams of 10-15 participate in a relay-style walk or run to raise funds for Cancer Council.


Cancer Council Pink

Monday 24th October 2016
Cancer Council Pink aims to raise awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers, as well as raise funds for prevention programs, support services and world-class breast cancer research


Girls Night In

Throughout October and November 2016
Love catching up with your girlfriends and the ladies in your family? Why not bring everyone together for a very special event, and raise much-needed funds to help beat women's cancers at the same time

Australian cancer prevalence exceeds 1 million: new estimates

3 February 2016 | Australian cancer prevalence exceeds 1 million: new estimates

Time to rethink management of our most feared disease

 

The number of Australians living with cancer or having survived a diagnosis has exceeded 1 million for the first time1, highlighting a change in how we should manage the disease, according to Cancer Council Australia.

Professor Sanchia Aranda, CEO of Cancer Council Australia and…

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How much sun is enough?

30 January 2016 | How much sun is enough?

Experts agree on sun protection and vitamin D

 

New recommendations published today (31/1) by national peak health bodies aim to provide clearer and simpler advice to Australians on how they can balance the need for sun protection to reduce skin cancer risk with maintaining healthy vitamin D levels for optimal health.

The recommendations have…

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Uncovering why some patients have poorer lung cancer outcomes

29 January 2016 | Uncovering why some patients have poorer lung cancer outcomes

A researcher from Monash University who aims to uncover why there are differences in lung cancer outcomes for Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD) has been awarded Cancer Council funding through a national priority research scheme.

The grant, awarded through the Priority…

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Supporting World Cancer Day

27 January 2016 | Supporting World Cancer Day

February 4 2016 is World Cancer Day.

This year’s international theme is ‘We Can. I Can.’ and focuses on the many things that individuals and groups can do to reduce the burden of cancer across the globe.

This World Cancer Day, Cancer Council Australia is highlighting support for cancer patients and survivors.

It is expected that 130,000 Australians will be diagnosed with…

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Finalised clinical guidelines for prostate test launched today, following NHMRC approval

19 January 2016 | Finalised clinical guidelines for prostate test launched today, following NHMRC approval

For the first time, health professionals have access to evidence-based recommendations for using the prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test to assess prostate cancer risk and manage test-detected patients, following the publication today (20/01) of new clinical practice guidelines.

The guidelines, PSA Testing and Early Management of Test-detected Prostate Cancer: Guidelines for health…

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New physical activity and diet program for cancer survivors

11 January 2016 | New physical activity and diet program for cancer survivors

Healthy habits can reduce the chance of cancer returning for those who have already overcome the disease.

Cancer Council has launched a free program and invites residents from New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, the Northern Territory and Western Australia, who have completed treatment (with curative intent) for any type of cancer at any…

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Vitamin D and sun protection – getting the balance right

Craig Sinclair
1 February 2016

The conundrum of how to balance the need to protect ourselves from damage caused by the sun's UV rays and the importance of getting enough vitamin D for good health has been causing public confusion for over a decade.

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Health Check: what does the UV Index mean?

Terry Slevin
8 December 2015

Alongside the day’s high and low temperatures, weather reports generally contain a UV alert for a particular time. But what does it actually mean – and what should you do about it?

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The skin damage I see doesn’t just happen at the beach

Dr Andrew Satchell
18 November 2015

As a dermatologist, I see many people who are 'UV aware' and apply sun protection. Yet for some, to their shock and disbelief, I have to give them the news that they have skin cancer.

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Not everything gives you cancer, but eating too much processed meat certainly can

Yesterday, the cancer arm of the The World Health Organization released its evaluation on how likely red and processed meats are to cause cancer.

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Cancer risks in the workplace – the job’s not done … yet

Terry Slevin
2 June 2015

The recent parliamentary inquiry into cancer cases among firefighters trained at Fiskville in Victoria has thrown cancer risks in the workplace back into the public spotlight.

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