World No Tobacco Day is the perfect time to quit smoking, as health groups around the world reflect on the devastating toll of death and disease caused by the addiction.
The demand on Cancer Council Victoria’s support services continues to grow each year as the number of Victorians affected by cancer increases.
Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed the parliamentary committee’s forensic investigation into the Fiskville training facility to address workplace safety.
New research has confirmed that smoking is strongly linked to infertility for both parents – not just the mother.
Leading Victorian health groups have welcomed the Victorian Government’s move to tighten controls around electronic cigarettes, including banning sales to minors and preventing their use in smokefree areas.
Now calling on women 25 to 36 years to trial new test this International Clinical Trials Day.
A new campaign launched today by PapScreen Victoria with Gina Liano, is working to correct the myths around cervical cancer and screening for mature women.
The psychology of quitting is at the centre of a new Quit Victoria campaign designed to give smokers the strategies and tools to help them quit.
Only 5.1% of Victorians are eating enough fruit and vegetables each day, even though increasing the proportion of Australians consuming the recommended intake of fruit, vegetables and fibre could prevent up to 4% of all cancers.
Victorians will be better protected against unethical unregistered health service providers under new powers granted to the Health Complaints Commissioner, thanks to the Health Complaints Act 2016.
There’s a glimmer of hope around brain cancer after the release of new statistics showing a slight downward trend in incidence and mortality rates for CNS tumours, in both men and women.