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Quarter of girls missing out on life-saving vaccine

Tuesday 1 March 2011
An alarming lack of knowledge may be to blame for the fact that many girls aged 12-13 are not having the cervical cancer vaccine, despite it being available free of charge through schools. A new website aims to reverse the trend.

Cut the fat - ban junk food endorsements by sports stars

Monday 21 February 2011
It's refreshing to see Shane Warne under the media spotlight for reasons other than his love life. Last week he was receiving attention for his somewhat unscrupulous McDonalds endorsement.

Parents duped by sports star endorsement & positive nutrition claims on junk food

Friday 11 February 2011
New study strengthens case for traffic light labelling to help parents cut through the marketing spin and nutrient claims made by sports stars on junk food.

Smokers at higher risk of under-performing this Valentine's day

Friday 11 February 2011
Male smokers looking forward to showing their loved ones a good time in the bedroom on Valentine's day are at greater risk of erectile dysfunction than their non-smoking counterparts.

High school students graduating to be tomorrow's cancer and cardiovascular patients

Wednesday 9 February 2011
Results of a national diet and physical activity survey of high school students, released today will ring alarm bells among educators, health professionals and parents.

Cancer Council Victoria researchers recognised

Wednesday 9 February 2011
Professor Melanie Wakefield, Director, Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, has had work recognised amongst the ten best research projects in the country.

World Cancer Day research reveals up to 70% of some cancers could be prevented

Friday 4 February 2011
And no, the answer's not a magic pill, an ancient berry or a protective wristband. New research released today has strengthened the link between lifestyle factors and cancer.

World Cancer Day - 4 February 2011 - get involved in preventing cancer

Friday 4 February 2011
Cancer kills more people globally than AIDS, malaria and TB combined - but there are steps you can take to reduce the impact of the disease. This World Cancer Day, find out how you can help.

SunSmart encourages secondary schools to step up sun safety

Wednesday 2 February 2011
SunSmart is urging Victorian secondary schools to step up ultraviolet (UV) protection for students by providing adequate shade on school grounds and continuing to encourage students to practice SunSmart behaviours.

Cancer Council Arts Awards call for Indigenous entries

Friday 28 January 2011
Entries are now open for the Indigenous category of the 2011 Cancer Council Arts Awards, which gives Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people touched by cancer an opportunity to share their experience creatively through art, writing and film.

Traffic light labels a win for consumers' health

Friday 28 January 2011
The Obesity Policy Coalition has applauded the food labelling review's recommendations for traffic light labelling on front of food packages and fast food menus as a victory for consumers and the health of Australians.

Two new Cut your cancer risk blog posts - latest obesity predictions and staying safe at Big Day Out

Friday 28 January 2011
The Cut Your Cancer Risk team blogs about the latest scary obesity predictions for Australia and SunSmart and St John's Ambulance offer tips on staying safe at the Big Day Out.

New Cut Your Cancer Risk blog post - The problem with food labelling

Thursday 20 January 2011
While we wait for the results of the Federal Government's food labelling review, the Cut Your Cancer Risk team delves into the issues around food labelling by heading to a very unlikely source - Hollywood.

Junk food advertising to kids is rife

Wednesday 19 January 2011
A report released by the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) today highlights how ineffective self-regulation has been in decreasing children's exposure to junk food advertising.

Greek community to benefit from new cancer support group in Brunswick

Tuesday 18 January 2011
Victoria's Greek community will benefit from a new Greek-language cancer support group being held in Brunswick by Cancer Council Victoria.
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