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The Holland – building more than just homes

Thursday 11 November 2021

The Holland 332 has been designed to give. That means giving families the space they need and the sense of home they are searching

Cancer Council Victoria welcomes Victorian Government commitment to prioritising kids' health

Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed the launch of Healthy kids, healthy futures the Victorian Government’s 5-year action plan to ensure kids across the state are healthy, active and well.

Cancer Council Victoria project increases bowel screening in South Eastern Melbourne

Wednesday 27 October 2021

Nearly 15,000 additional South Eastern Melbourne residents completed life saving test.

Cancer Council announces partnership with Golf Australia for The Longest Day

Monday 25 October 2021

Golf Australia is excited to announce a major charity partnership with Cancer Council for The Longest Day, a brilliant initiative which raised $3.1 million for cancer research in 2020.

$6m funding boost for Victorian Cancer Biobank and ‘bench to bedside’ research

Wednesday 29 September 2021

The Victorian Cancer Biobank, one of the largest cancer biobanks in Australia, has received $6 million in funding by the Victorian Government through the Victorian Cancer Agency to continue its vital work over the next three years in collecting biospecimens of cancer tissue and blood and clinical data for research studies and clinical trials, it was announced today.

Hundreds of undiagnosed bowel cancer cases during COVID-19 pandemic

Wednesday 22 September 2021

With new Victorian data showing nearly 500 bowel cancers went undiagnosed in the first three quarters of 2020, Cancer Council Victoria has launched a campaign calling on eligible Victorians aged 50-74 to complete the free bowel cancer screening test.

Hayley Jones appointed Director of McCabe Centre

Monday 20 September 2021

The McCabe Centre for Law & Cancer is proud to announce the appointment of Hayley Jones as the centre’s Director after two successful years as Acting Director.

Victoria a step closer to eliminating cervical cancer by 2030 thanks to $3 million investment

Tuesday 7 September 2021

Victoria is a step closer to eliminating cervical cancer by 2030 with the announcement of Cancer Council Victoria’s ‘Eliminating Cervical Cancer Fund’ today, with $3 million already committed to help achieve the goal.

Personalised dosing the future of Australian cancer treatment

Thursday 19 August 2021

An Australian first research project, led by Dr Madelé van Dyk from Flinders University and funded by Cancer Council, is perfecting personalised treatments for cancer patients.

Battle of the poos: which Victorian region leads the bowel screening battle?

Wednesday 23 June 2021

More Victorians than ever participating in life saving bowel cancer screening, spurred on by Australian Government funded Cancer Council campaign.

Cancer Council welcomes $3 million funding announcement to help Australians quit

Monday 31 May 2021

Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed an investment of $3 million by the Australian Government today, World No Tobacco Day, to go towards a new national best practice support service for nicotine cessation to ensure GPs, pharmacists and Quitline counsellors have up-to-date evidence-based resources.

Drinking blind – new research highlights gaps in drinkers’ knowledge of the link between alcohol and cancer

Sunday 30 May 2021

New Cancer Council Victoria research has revealed most Victorian adults who drink are not aware of many of the types of cancer caused by alcohol, with less than two out of ten identifying alcohol as a cause of breast cancer and fewer than three in ten aware that alcohol causes mouth cancer and throat cancer.

Smokers swallow menthol cigarettes as less harmful, but Cancer Council warns it’s a smokescreen

Friday 21 May 2021

Smokers incorrectly believe menthol cigarettes are less damaging than non-menthol cigarettes, according to Cancer Council Victoria research published today in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health and funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

$1.5m funding boost this International Clinical Trials Day

Thursday 20 May 2021

Funding of $1.5 million has been announced on International Clinical Trials Day today to support Victorian researchers to develop clinical trials that can improve the quality of life of people diagnosed with cancer and facilitate equitable access to trials that support holistic patient care.

Swamped by sugary drinks ads: consumer call for health ignored as big beverage spends big bucks to sweeten Australians

Monday 10 May 2021

New research has revealed that advertising spend on sugary drinks is almost double the spend on all other drink options combined, contradicting the beverage industry’s own rhetoric and sales data that shows consumer preference for low and no added sugar drink options.

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