Cancer Council Victoria would like to congratulate Jonathan Liberman, Director of the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer, on his World No Tobacco Day 2017 Award from the World Health Organisation (WHO) Western Pacific Regional Office region for outstanding contribution to tobacco control.
Cancer Council Victoria is calling for a partial ban on outdoor alcohol advertising, as new research finds that young people exposed to alcohol advertising are more likely to consume alcohol at risky levels.
Cancer Council Victoria has commenced a state-wide search to find bowel cancer screening champions to share their stories as part of a new campaign.
More than half of all Victorians are doing no exercise at all or are inactive enough to be at increased risk of cancer.
As people cover up against the cold, SunSmart is asking all Victorians to keep an eye on their skin for suspicious spots - especially men.
Thousands of Victorian cancer patients are missing out on potentially life-prolonging treatment as clinical trial participation rates stagnate.
Doctor Garang Dut has joined forces with Cancer Council Victoria as part of an important campaign to encourage South Sudanese Australians to get tested for hepatitis B.
Cancer Council Victoria is calling for urgent action on brain cancer, as survival rates for the deadly disease show no signs of improvement.
Drinking as little as little 6 grams of alcohol a day - less than one standard drink - may increase the risk of breast cancer returning for survivors of the disease.
Cancer Council Victoria welcomes cancer screening focus in State Budget
Victorians are consuming fewer cigarettes overall but use of roll-your-own tobacco is increasing, prompting a warning for smokers not to be fooled about its devastating health impact.