September 2015

Ovarian cancer diagnosed too late for too many Victorian women

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AFL greats backing cancer research

Past AFL players are urging Victorians who have never had cancer to take part in Cancer Council Victoria’s Australian Breakthrough Cancer (ABC) Study.

Meet the woman whose cancer fight motivated more than 100,000 people to quit

New initiative launched to increase cancer screening for Chinese community in Melbourne’s east

A new initiative launched today aims to increase breast, bowel and cervical cancer screening for the Chinese community in Box Hill.

Time running out for free cancer vaccine for older boys

Time is running out for older Victorian boys to access the free HPV vaccine, warns Cancer Council Victoria.

Prostate cancer diagnoses decline significantly

Recent changes to the way prostate cancer is detected have led to a rapid decline in men diagnosed and treated for the disease.

Go Pink in October to help beat women’s cancers

Support women affected by breast and gynaecological cancers this October.

Tax increase provides added incentive to kick the habit

A tobacco tax increase to take effect today provides smokers with yet another reason to butt out for good.

Updated: 01 Sep, 2015