A startling 4 out of 10 recent quitters have said smokefree bars and clubs helped them quit, according to new research released by The Cancer Council Victoria.
To celebrate Daffodil Day's 15th year, we are calling on people living in Victoria to share their cancer stories and provide hope to those affected by cancer.
New research shows dangerous levels of ignorance about bowel cancer among Victorians aged 50 to 75. Over 1/3 had never heard of a faecal occult blood test (FOBT).
Data released today shows more than 9 out of 10 smokers never decide which cigarettes to buy based on displays in shops, prompting a call for cigarette displays to be removed.
A creation by Moonee Valley resident, Annette Sax, has been selected for our 2008 Arts Awards exhibition at Gallery 15@15W in Melbourne from Saturday 19 July.
Local sports heroes from the North Ballarat Football Club will promote healthy eating and physical activity for kids by becoming local champions of the Kids - Go for your life Program.
Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha may be back in your lives on the big screen, but there's a different group of girls coming to your house this October of a Girls Night In.
Increases in the real price of cigarettes and mass media campaigns are crucial to reducing smoking rates, according to a new Australian study published today in the American Journal of Public Health.
New research has revealed that patronage of bars is likely to have increased by almost 10% since the introduction of smokefree laws in Victoria in July last year.
Elders, parents, aunties and uncles are being encouraged to spread the word about the free cervical cancer vaccine to young girls and women in their communities - time is running out.
President of The Cancer Council Victoria, Peter John Griffin AM, has been honoured as a Member of the Order of Australia on the 2008 Queen's Birthday honours list.
Volunteers are urgently needed to join our telephone peer support service, Cancer Connect, linking those affected by cancer with trained volunteers who have had similar experiences.
It's Bowel Cancer Awareness Week (8-15 June) and the Cancer Council Victoria is calling on all eligible men and women over 50 to screen for bowel cancer as part of the Australian government's expanded National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.
To mark International Men's Health Week (9-15 June), The Cancer Council Victoria has put together a top five of need-to-know cancer facts for men.
The University of the Third Age (U3A) will hold a special community seminar at the Bairnsdale RSL on Monday, 23 June.