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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.

Cantonese cancer update: 4 October

Tuesday 16 September 2008

Cantonese people affected by cancer are encouraged to attend a free Living with Cancer Education Program at the Western Hospital on Saturday 4 October.

Apply for Postdoctoral Cancer Research Fellowships & Postgraduate Cancer Research Scholarships

Monday 15 September 2008
Two postdoctoral fellowships (applications close 3 October) and 4 postgraduate scholarships (1 medical and 3 science - closing 3 November) will be awarded to start January 2009.

SunSmart gives Victorians something to sing about - from September there are 5 things to remember!

Sunday 14 September 2008
Slip! Slop!Slap! - the catchy slogan that's been the backbone of SunSmart's sun protection campaigns has been updated to include 2 new activities - Seek! and Slide!

Places still available to attend the 2008 BreastHealth Training

Tuesday 9 September 2008
Places are available to attend our one-day BreastHealth Training program on Friday 26th September. Gain the skills and knowledge to present breast health education sessions.

Research shows Darebin women using Cancer Council support service

Tuesday 9 September 2008
Latest statistics from The Cancer Council Victoria show that in the past year 77% of Darebin residents seeking information and support from the Cancer Council Helpline were women, and 23% of these calls related to women’s cancers.

Wyndham wins award at Relay For Life State Conference

Friday 5 September 2008
Wyndham’s reputation for being generous and supportive is growing with the local community receiving recognition from The Cancer Council Victoria at the recent Relay For Life State Conference.

Show your support for Victoria's proposed tobacco reforms

Tuesday 2 September 2008
The Victorian Government is proposing new tobacco reforms. Take a moment to voice your support online and help protect kids from the harms of tobacco.

Cancer Council proud of Melbourne Awards finalist

Monday 1 September 2008
Dr Amanda Hordern of the Cancer Council Victoria has been honoured for her work to cancer services at the Melbourne Town Hall as part of the Melbourne Awards.

ACMA’s children's TV standards fail to provide protection

Thursday 28 August 2008
As childhood obesity continues to escalate in Australia, the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) has condemned new draft Children's Television Standards for failing to adequately protect the children.

OPC calls for national approach to junk food advertising

Thursday 28 August 2008
The Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) today applauded the South Australian and Queensland governments for their leadership in considering ways to protect young people from junk food advertising.

Australian to lead the world in cancer fight

Wednesday 27 August 2008
Professor David Hill, Director of The Cancer Council Victoria, will begin his role as President of the International Union Against Cancer (UICC) on 27 August 2008 at the World Cancer Congress in Geneva.
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