Cancer Council Victoria is urging Victorians to give themselves a mid-year health check in light of worrying research that shows that only 10% of Victorians named screening when asked what they could do to reduce their cancer risk.
According to a study released this week, tall women face an increased risk of a wide range of cancers compared to their shorter counterparts.
Are there certain health myths or facts you cling to in order to justify your lifestyle? Get the facts in the latest Cut Your Cancer Risk blog.
Cancer Council Australia has launched its annual SunSmart competition for teens, calling on all Aussie kids aged 12 to 17 years to get creative showing off their original skin.
Earlier this year two reports described an increase in prostate cancer incidence in men whose ring fingers were longer than their index fingers. However, the good news is that analysis of 6,258 men that are part of the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study (MCCS) found no association between finger length and prostate cancer risk.