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New data shows booze-loving nation still drinking at risky levels

26 June 2020 |

Cancer Council concerned as new AIHW data shows many still drinking at risky levels

Cancer Council has appealed to Australians to reconsider their drinking habits, with new data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) showing many Australians have drinking habits that are putting them at risk.

AIHW’s new Alcohol, Tobacco and Other…

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New e-cigarette liquid laws will keep Australians safe

19 June 2020 |

Cancer Council Australia has welcomed new regulations announced today that will help protect young Australians from the widespread importation of liquid nicotine.  

Professor Sanchia Aranda, CEO of Cancer Council Australia said, “The Federal Government has taken a strong precautionary and evidence-based approach to e-cigarettes and today’s announcement sends a clear message that e-cigarettes…

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Cancer Council encourages Australians to quit for COVID

2 June 2020 |

Research shows smokers more likely to have severe COVID-19 symptoms

Cancer Council Australia has joined the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee in encouraging Australians to quit smoking to reduce their risk of COVID-19 complications.

The calls come on the eve of World No Tobacco Day (Sunday May 31) as growing evidence shows smokers may be at…

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Tobacco companies use loopholes in legislation to influence cigarette sales: new research

26 February 2020 |

New Cancer Council research has revealed how tobacco companies influence cigarette sales through offering incentives and benefits to retailers like price discounts, cash payments, prizes and gifts such as event tickets, gift cards, coupons.

The survey of 800 current tobacco retailers found that a third reported being offered at least one benefit from a tobacco company for doing something…

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Parents right to worry about e-cigarettes and kids, says Cancer Council

19 February 2020 |

New research shows parents want tougher e-cigarette restrictions

New research highlighting parents’ concerns about the availability and promotion of e-cigarettes to teenagers supports the need for further action to protect young people, Cancer Council Australia said today.

A poll of more than 2,000 parents conducted by Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital…

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2 in 3 Aussie adults still bronzed

16 February 2020 |

New data released today shows that while fewer Aussie adults are deliberately seeking a tan, many continue to have tanned skin as a result of sun exposure, increasing their risk of skin cancer.

The latest figures from Cancer Council Australia’s National Sun Protection Survey show that the proportion of adults deliberately attempting to get a tan dropped from 15 per cent in 2003/04 to 11…

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New data shows booze-loving nation still drinking at risky levels

26 June 2020 |

Cancer Council concerned as new AIHW data shows many still drinking at risky levels

Cancer Council has appealed to Australians to reconsider their drinking habits, with new data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) showing many Australians have drinking habits that are putting them at risk.

AIHW’s new Alcohol, Tobacco and Other…

Read more

New e-cigarette liquid laws will keep Australians safe

19 June 2020 |

Cancer Council Australia has welcomed new regulations announced today that will help protect young Australians from the widespread importation of liquid nicotine.  

Professor Sanchia Aranda, CEO of Cancer Council Australia said, “The Federal Government has taken a strong precautionary and evidence-based approach to e-cigarettes and today’s announcement sends a clear message that e-cigarettes…

Read more

What restrictions lifting means for people affected by cancer


10 June 2020

With restrictions easing and the world slowly starting to return to its pre-COVID-19 state, it is understandable to have questions and concerns about what this return to ‘normal’ means for cancer patients, their family and friends.

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Why there has never been a better time to quit than now


2 June 2020

COVID-19 has brought with it uncertainty, anxiety and more change than any of us could have anticipated.

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How to prepare for a telehealth consultation


30 April 2020

Phone and video appointments help protect you from COVID-19.

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How to help people with cancer during COVID-19 when you don't have much to give


24 April 2020

How to help people with cancer during COVID-19 when you don't have much to give.

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What’s the bravest thing we can do for cancer this World Cancer Day?


4 February 2020

February 4 is the 20th anniversary of World Cancer Day and this year we are celebrating the progress Australia has made in cancer, while recognising that there is still a long way to go to reach a cancer free future.

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What restrictions lifting means for people affected by cancer


10 June 2020

With restrictions easing and the world slowly starting to return to its pre-COVID-19 state, it is understandable to have questions and concerns about what this return to ‘normal’ means for cancer patients, their family and friends.

Continue reading What restrictions lifting means for people affected by cancer

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Why there has never been a better time to quit than now


2 June 2020

COVID-19 has brought with it uncertainty, anxiety and more change than any of us could have anticipated.

Continue reading Why there has never been a better time to quit than now

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