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Victorian communities get into the Relay For Life spirit

Monday 17 November 2008
Cancer Council Victoria is calling on all supporters to rally their friends and family together, and sign up as a Relay For Life team at their next local event.

Act now to help prevent cancer

Monday 3 November 2008
With around 3,000 Victorians dying from preventable cancers every year, the Cancer Council Victoria is asking residents to make a donation this month to support prevention programs that save lives.

Relay For Life celebrates 10 years in Australia

Monday 27 October 2008
First held in the Melbourne suburb of Murrumbeena with 260 locals, Relay For Life has grown to see over 93,000 people from 150 communities across the country raise over $14 million each year.

Quit launches a new campaign targeted at parents

Thursday 23 October 2008
New data from The Cancer Council Victoria has revealed that every week 4 Victorians lose a parent under the age of 50 to a smoking-caused illness.

New support for people with blood or bone marrow cancer

Thursday 16 October 2008
New support for people with blood or bone marrow cancer will expand the Cancer Connect phone support program, enabling people to speak to trained volunteers with similar experiences.

Welcome new report aims at cutting smoking rates to 9% or less by 2020

Friday 10 October 2008
Raising the price of cigarettes and increasing public education campaigns about smoking are priority actions needed to reduce the toll of tobacco, according to a new report.

Sexuality and intimacy focus of Cancer Council forum

Wednesday 8 October 2008
Adjusting to sexual and intimate changes after cancer will be the focus of a free Cancer Council forum to be held in Melbourne on Wednesday October 29.

Don't get burnt - get SunSmart!

Tuesday 7 October 2008
With the start of daylight savings we're encouraging Victorians to check the SunSmart UV Alert daily before planning outdoor activities to ensure you protect your skin.

Cancer survivor rallies girlfriends for cancer fight

Wednesday 1 October 2008
Women from across Victoria will get together this October to catch up on the gossip, to celebrate friendships, and to raise funds to fight women’s cancers through the Cancer Council’s Girls Night In.

Get online to help save women's lives

Wednesday 1 October 2008
With thousands of Victorian women getting together this month for The Cancer Council Victoria's Girls Night In, Baw Baw resident Kayla Henry is urging other women to help raise over $1 million to defeat women's cancers.

Website launched to support Australia’s 130,000 breast cancer survivors

Wednesday 1 October 2008
About 130,000 breast cancer survivors in Australia are facing the challenge of life after breast cancer. Today a new website has been launched to provide support on the journey.

Free forum in Mildura: When Cancer Won't Go Away

Tuesday 30 September 2008
Learning how to live well while facing the uncertainty of advanced cancer will be the focus of a Cancer Council forum to be held in Mildura on Saturday 18 October.

Free Cancer Council seminars in Ballarat and Ararat

Tuesday 30 September 2008
Cancer has touched the lives of many in the Ballarat and Ararat communities. We're holding free seminars in each city to discuss cancer issues affecting the local residents.

Key health groups call for review of self-regulated advertising

Wednesday 24 September 2008
A Jim Beam television advertisement ‘The Stalker' has been pulled from the airwaves after a complaint by key health agencies was upheld by the Advertising Standards Board (ASB).

Local residents seize the opportunity to shine at the Arts Awards Exhibition in Ballarat

Tuesday 23 September 2008
Artwork by Ballarat residents, Casey McIntosh and Petera Clamp, have been selected for exhibition in The Cancer Council Victoria Arts Awards 2008, and will be on display in a free public exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat from 11 October to 2 November.
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