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More work needed to close the Aboriginal health gap on cancer

Thursday 17 March 2016
Aboriginal people in Victoria have a higher chance of dying from cancer than other Victorians, Cancer Council Victoria data shows, highlighting the need for ongoing efforts to reduce this unfair burden on the community. Read more

‘Forgotten’ cancers in focus on Rare Disease Day

Monday 29 February 2016
This Rare Disease Day (Monday 29 February) Cancer Council Victoria is shining a light on less common cancers, which account for more than half of all cancer deaths in the state. Read more

Review confirms plain packaging is cutting the smoking toll

Friday 26 February 2016
Quit Victoria has welcomed the findings of a Federal Government review of plain packaging of cigarettes, which show the world-first laws are achieving their aims of improving public health. Read more

New resource works to reduce barriers to cancer screening for people with disabilities

Wednesday 24 February 2016

A resource launched today will provide online training to inform all people who care and support people with disabilities on how to speak about cancer screening.

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Smokefree outdoor dining and drinking good for regional Victoria

Thursday 18 February 2016
Laws that make outdoor dining and drinking areas smokefree will encourage more families to visit cafes and restaurants in regional Victoria, Cancer Council Victoria research shows. Read more

Smokefree outdoor dining and drinking good for business

Sunday 7 February 2016
Victorians expect to be able to eat and drink outside without being exposed to secondhand smoke and nearly three-quarters of a million of them will visit cafes and restaurants more often every year if smokefree outdoor areas are created, according to new research from the Cancer Council Victoria. Read more

World Cancer Day: Cancer remains the leading cause of premature death in Victoria

Thursday 4 February 2016
Cancer deaths in Victoria result in the premature loss of nearly 60,000 years of life each year, more than four times the loss compared with other major causes of death. Read more

Plain packaging helping reinforce smoking risks among Aboriginal people

Tuesday 2 February 2016
Aboriginal people have a greater understanding of the risks of smoking following the introduction of plain packaging of tobacco in Australia, new research shows. Read more

Millions of Australians to receive free bowel screening kits in 2016

Thursday 14 January 2016
Approximately two million Australians will be invited to screen for bowel cancer for free in 2016 with the continued rollout of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. This year, approximately 300,000 people will be added to the program. Read more
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