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Cheap deal on a frozen drink? It could cost your health

Thursday 5 February 2015
Price promotions on sugary, frozen drinks are putting children's health on the line, seducing them to buy drinks containing up to 25 teaspoons of sugar on hot summer days.

Ten years on: ‘Bronzed Aussie’ aspiration a thing of the past

Wednesday 21 January 2015
New Cancer Council research shows Victorians prefer tanning much less than a decade ago but that sunburn rates are still too high.

Best and worst cervical screening rates in Victoria revealed with new report

Tuesday 20 January 2015
Newly released data published in the Victorian Cervical Cytology Registry's Statistical Report 2013 shows that 60.4% of Victorian women aged 20-69 years participated in two-yearly Pap tests in the 2012-2013 period, rising minimally from 60.0% in 2011-2012.

Victoria’s brightest push cancer research boundaries

Tuesday 20 January 2015
Four Victorian research teams with ideas described as “visionary” have begun work to find new treatments for cancer types that are aggressive, difficult to treat or incurable thanks to financial backing from Cancer Council Victoria donors.

Introducing Dr Sarah White as new Director of Quit Victoria

Monday 19 January 2015
Cancer Council Victoria is pleased to welcome leading public health and communications professional, Sarah White PhD, as the new Director of Quit Victoria.

Smokers take the plunge and sign the pledge

Monday 19 January 2015
The Victorian Aboriginal Quitline is launching a new Pledge today, to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander smokers in Victoria commit to cutting down or kicking the habit over the next four weeks.

New data shows Victorians turning off solariums

Monday 22 December 2014
Victorians support upcoming commercial solarium bans

Vale Dr Nigel Gray, AO

Sunday 21 December 2014
The public health community in Australia and internationally is in mourning today, with the announcement of the death of one of its pioneers, Dr Nigel Gray AO.

Vale Professor Donald Metcalf AC

Monday 15 December 2014
Cancer Council Victoria is saddened to hear of the passing of one of Victoria’s leading cancer researchers, Professor Donald Metcalf AC.

SunSmart app 'gets personal' for summer

Friday 5 December 2014
It's now possible to personalise sun protection information based on your skin type, weight and height and even by the clothes you're wearing.

Bright future for sun protection under Labor plan

Friday 28 November 2014
Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed today's $15 million commitment from the Labor Party that would fund new initiatives under the iconic and world-renowned SunSmart program.

Boys less likely to start and finish HPV vaccine course, new data shows

Tuesday 25 November 2014
Cancer Council Victoria is urging parents to ensure their teen boys have all three doses of the HPV vaccine, with new data showing boys are less likely to start and complete the course than girls.

Cancer Council welcomes new moves to improve cancer prevention and cancer research

Friday 21 November 2014
Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed today’s announcement that a re-elected Coalition Government would invest in cancer research, and campaigns and programs to help Victorians cut their cancer risk.

Warning for men over 45: Twice as many men as women die from melanoma

Thursday 20 November 2014
Victorian men over the age of 45 are on notice as new data shows their numbers of melanoma diagnoses and deaths far exceed those of women.

World-first study proves gene carriers can help peers

Tuesday 18 November 2014
In a world first, Victorian researchers have proved that women who carry a gene fault (or mutation) that increases cancer risk are well placed to help their peers cope in the wake of the same diagnosis.
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