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Data shows jump in Victorians going to bars and clubs in wake of smoking ban

Friday 13 June 2008
New research has revealed that patronage of bars is likely to have increased by almost 10% since the introduction of smokefree laws in Victoria in July last year.

Limited time left for free cancer vaccine

Thursday 12 June 2008
Elders, parents, aunties and uncles are being encouraged to spread the word about the free cervical cancer vaccine to young girls and women in their communities - time is running out.

President Peter Griffin, AM, on Queen's Birthday Honours List

Thursday 12 June 2008
President of The Cancer Council Victoria, Peter John Griffin AM, has been honoured as a Member of the Order of Australia on the 2008 Queen's Birthday honours list.

Volunteers urgently needed for telephone support

Wednesday 11 June 2008
Volunteers are urgently needed to join our telephone peer support service, Cancer Connect, linking those affected by cancer with trained volunteers who have had similar experiences.

Cancer Council urges everyone over 50 to take a seat for Bowel Cancer Awareness Week

Friday 6 June 2008
It's Bowel Cancer Awareness Week (8-15 June) and the Cancer Council Victoria is calling on all eligible men and women over 50 to screen for bowel cancer as part of the Australian government's expanded National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.

Five things every man should know about cancer

Friday 6 June 2008
To mark International Men's Health Week (9-15 June), The Cancer Council Victoria has put together a top five of need-to-know cancer facts for men.

Cancer, wellbeing and relationships: Free seminar in Bairnsdale

Friday 6 June 2008
The University of the Third Age (U3A) will hold a special community seminar at the Bairnsdale RSL on Monday, 23 June.

Free Cancer Seminar for Berwick

Friday 6 June 2008
The Cancer Council Victoria will hold a free cancer seminar in Berwick on Thursday,12 June.

Free cancer survivor forums in Albury/Wodonga

Friday 6 June 2008
Coping with life after cancer treatment will be the focus of two special forums to be held at Mirambeena Community Centre, Martha Mews, Lavington on Thursday, 26 June.

Sports clubs fight back

Thursday 5 June 2008
Victorian sportsmen are urged to band together with their mates this July to tackle their toughest opponent yet - cancer. Sportsmen can fight back by joining our Call To Arms.

Women unaware cervical cancer linked to sexually transmitted virus

Thursday 5 June 2008
Alarming new data shows almost 50% of Victorian women don't know what causes cervical cancer. Only one in 10 are aware it's almost always caused by the human papilloma virus.

Positive thinking does not improve breast cancer survival

Monday 2 June 2008
The state of mind of women with breast cancer has no influence on their chance of having a recurrence or survival, according to an Australian study presented in Chicago this week.

Free forum during bowel cancer awareness week

Thursday 29 May 2008
The Cancer Council Victoria, Border Cancer Collaboration and Upper Hume Community Health Service will host a free forum on bowel cancer in Albury-Wodonga during June.

WHO calls for tobacco promotion ban?

Thursday 29 May 2008
On World No Tobacco Day, 31 May, we're joining the World Health Organization (WHO) to call for a ban on cigarette displays in shops and a move to plain packing on cigarette packs.

Chiltern kids celebrate healthy choices

Wednesday 28 May 2008
Kids Go For Your Life congratulates Chiltern and District Preschool, Chiltern Primary School and St Joseph's Primary School for making healthy eating and physical activity a priority.
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