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PapScreen Victoria celebrates its 18th birthday

Wednesday 24 June 2009
Since PapScreen Victoria was established in 1991, one woman's life has been saved from cervical cancer every week, so as the program turns 18 there are hundreds of reasons to celebrate.

Sun sets on solariums: number of solarium sites cut in half

Sunday 21 June 2009
The sun is setting on the solarium industry as effective legislation coupled with more informed consumers are having a dramatic impact on the industry, according to SunSmart Manager, Sue Heward.

Time is running out for free cancer vaccine

Monday 15 June 2009
Women aged 18 to 26 are being urged to get their first dose of the vaccine by 30 June 2009. The vaccine helps to protect women against cervical cancer and also protects against 90% of genital warts.

Quit calls for the great Australian ‘smoko' to be renamed

Friday 12 June 2009
Quit has called on fellow Australians to get behind a push to change the name of a work break from 'smoko' to 'quito', saying the term no longer represents the habits of most Australians, and could act as a trigger for those trying to quit to have a cigarette.

What's On: Clash For Cancer 2009

Tuesday 9 June 2009
The 4th annual Clash For Cancer AFL match between founding partner Essendon Football Club and the Melbourne Football Club will kick off Cancer Council’s 2009 Call to Arms campaign on Friday 19 June.

Help Cancer Council campaign to save 30 lives a week

Tuesday 9 June 2009
New data on bowel cancer screening released this month highlights the urgent need to fully implement screening for all Australians over 50, according to Cancer Council Australia.

Would you like a cartoon character with that?

Tuesday 9 June 2009
Australian consumers are sick of sneaky tactics used by food marketers such as using movie characters, toys and competitions to promote pester power and the purchase of unhealthy foods and drinks and want the government to intervene, according to the Obesity Policy Coalition's senior policy adviser, Ms Jane Martin.

Remember to slip, slop, slap, seek and slide in the snow

Thursday 4 June 2009
With the ski season officially opening, SunSmart Manager Sue Heward is urging people to protect themselves from ultraviolet (UV) radiation at the snow.

Confronting personal issues after chronic illness

Thursday 4 June 2009
Confronting body image, self-esteem and sexuality will be the focus of a free Cancer Council workshop in Sale this June for patients overcoming chronic treatments, including cancer.

Free cancer forum in Warrnambool: 12 June

Tuesday 2 June 2009
Living well while facing the uncertainty of advanced cancer will be the focus of a special RACV- sponsored Cancer Council forum, to be held in Warrnambool on Friday 12 June.

Free seminar for Hamilton cancer survivors

Tuesday 2 June 2009
Life after cancer treatment will be the focus of a special RACV-sponsored Cancer Council seminar, to be held at Hamilton on Wednesday 10 June.

Call To Arms - Give cancer the boot

Tuesday 2 June 2009
Australian sportsmen are joining Call To Arms to help tackle their toughest opponent yet - cancer. Players are encouraged to wear a yellow armband at one of their games in July to help raise awareness and funds for cancer.

Obesity inquiry lacks teeth on ads and labelling

Monday 1 June 2009
Peak health groups have warned that the recommendations by the parliamentary inquiry into obesity released yesterday have given the junk food industry a free pass and are out of step with public demands.

Cancer questions campaign to get radio attention

Monday 1 June 2009
Cancer Council Victoria today launched a state-wide radio and print advertising campaign that focuses on the questions cancer raises and the emotional impact on families.

New support campaign to raise awareness

Monday 1 June 2009
Cancer Council Victoria has launched a state-wide advertising campaign on June 1 to raise awareness of support services for people with cancer and their family and friends which can be accessed via 13 11 20.
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