Cancer Council Victoria’s Clinical Network is celebrating their 40th year of connecting cancer clinicians from across Victoria.
Egyptian-Australian comedian Akmal Saleh has written and voiced a new cartoon that aims to break down the stigmas around cancer screening using comedy.
Victorians are being urged to take part in an Australian-first study to better understand community engagement with law at the end of life.
Cancer Council Victoria is urging drinkers to beware of the hidden kilojoules in alcoholic beverages, as new figures reveal a few drinks after work could equal half a day's energy intake.
Toilet humour is performed alongside important lessons about cancer prevention in a new upcoming stand-up comedy show for the Victorian Koori community.
New Cancer Council research shows fewer Victorians are using hats to protect themselves from the sun and, as a result, are getting sunburnt on their face, head, nose or ears.
A new study has found Victorians know the dangers of sunburn and tanning, but half of us still aren’t using sun protection every day in summer – despite data showing almost 100,000 skin cancers were treated in a single year.
Alcohol consumption by students is decreasing, with around a quarter of 12 to 17-year-olds drinking in the past month compared to 37 per cent in 2008.
By Todd Harper, CEO Cancer Council Victoria