Registrations for new event Walking Stars are now open, with Melbourne’s night-time, half-marathon walk aiming to bring people together to raise money for Cancer Council Victoria.
For the first time, a new Victoria-wide bowel screening campaign could see more than 20,000 additional Victorians screening for bowel cancer, which can detect the disease at an early stage, even when there are no symptoms and avoid the need for extended chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
Cancer Council Victoria is appealing to schools around the state to turn yellow and participate in Daffodil Day this year, Friday 25 August.
Australian-first Economics of Cancer Program to improve cancer prevention and health delivery for cancer patients
A new survey by LiveLighter has revealed some eye-opening differences between what members of the public and a sample of nutrition experts think is healthy.
Cancer Council Victoria is on board again as a beneficiary charity of Dry July, which will help provide support services to more than 31,000 people in Victoria who are diagnosed with cancer each year.