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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.
Cancer Council NT's Annual Review
Read about Cancer Council Northern Territory's work in support, cancer prevention and fundraising.Read more
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Reduce your risks
Please support this year's Call To Arms and help fight cancer in men. You can find out how to get your club involved by calling 8944 1800 or join here.
Relay for Life
Relay For Life is an opportunity to get together with your community to celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost and fight back against cancer.
Relay for Life - Darwin
Friday 18th-19th September 2015- Garden's Oval
Relay for Life- Gove
Saturday 15th August 2015- Hindle Oval
Relay for Life- Katherine
Saturday 5th September 2015- Katherine Sport and Recreation Club
Relay for Life- Groote Eylandt
Saturday 6th June- Alyangula Town Oval
Thursday 28th May 2015
May is Australia's Biggest Morning Tea Month
Friday 28th August 2015
Every day in Australia, around 300 people are told they have a life-threatening cancer. The survival rate for many common cancers has increased by 30% in the last two decades, but we still have a long way to go.
Saturday 26th October 2015
Every year a race day is held to raise money and help beat cancer. All funds raised through the day’s activities are donated to Cancer Council NT. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Monday 26th October 2015
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
Throughout October and November 2015
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
New data released today (23/7) shows that cancer death rates in Australia are continuing to fall, but not quickly enough, according to Cancer Council Australia.
Cancer Council Australia's Director of Public Policy, Paul Grogan, said the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare projections were based on trends showing a steady decrease in cancer deaths since the late 1960s, with a steeper…Read more
This year’s Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, hosted by Cancer Council WA, will take place in Perth from 20 – 22 October.
A range of bursaries and scholarships is now available to help fund the attendance of those working in tobacco control in the region, who would otherwise be unable to attend.
The event, held over three days, attracts health experts and researchers in the field…Read more
Cancer Council is encouraging all eligible Australian women aged 50 to 74 to consider participating in the free BreastScreen program following the release of data showing a downward trend in participation.
New figures from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare show that BreastScreen participation rates for women aged 50 to 69 have fallen from a high of 57.6 per cent in 2001-02 to…Read more
23 June 2015 | Health practitioners needed for research
Australian health professionals are being asked help contribute to a survey as a part of research that aims to help improve communication with Indigenous cancer patients.
In Australia there is a wide disparity for survival outcomes for Indigenous people with cancer, especially in the first two years after diagnosis. Communication between health professionals and their patients has been identified…Read more
Cancer Council Australia has announced the appointment of the Hon. Nicola Roxon as the new Chair of its Board.
Ms Roxon takes on the voluntary role for a three-year term, commencing today (17/6), with retiring Chair, Mr Stephen Foster, stepping down after two years as Chair and eight years on Cancer Council Australia’s Board.
Mr Foster said Cancer Council Australia was delighted…Read more
4 June 2015 | Internationally acclaimed cancer control expert named as new Cancer Council Australia CEO
Cancer Council Australia today (4/6) announced the appointment of Professor Sanchia Aranda as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Currently Director of Cancer Services and Information and Deputy CEO at the Cancer Institute NSW, Professor Aranda will take up her new role in early August.
Professor Aranda has had an impressive career spanning 36 years in cancer control, including as a…Read more
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.
Continue reading Cancer risks in the workplace – the job’s not done … yet
13 April 2015
If you picked up a tobacco industry media statement in the past three years, it would outline how plain packaging was a public health disaster. Such touching sentiments from an industry dedicated to championing public health in Australia.
Continue reading The evidence is in - plain packs are working
4 February 2015
Australia is largely a success story when it comes to skin cancer education – so why are more Australians Aussies getting sunburnt?
Continue reading Why we need to turn up the heat on sun safety
15 January 2015
One third of cancers can be prevented. So what does it take to adopt a cancer smart lifestyle? Cancer Council staff member Jo gives it a try.
Continue reading Embracing a cancer smart lifestyle
20 November 2014
As a dermatologist, I’m often confronted with the difficult task of telling my patients they have skin cancer.
Continue reading Think treating skin cancer is always easy? Think again…