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Cycle Eastlink Highway to raise funds

Monday 26 May 2008
EastLink is a new highway between Ringwood and Frankston opening on 29 June. This is your chance to cycle it without a car in sight and raise funds for The Cancer Council Victoria.

Support needed for vital cancer research

Tuesday 20 May 2008
With the ability to fund only 1 in 5 cancer research applications received, we're calling on generous Victorians to dig deep and help us increase the amount of research we support.

Think Pink Ball is here again

Monday 19 May 2008
The popular Think Pink Ball is on this Saturday 24 May. The masquerade fundraising ball directs at least 50% of profits to support cancer patients and provides a great night out.

Cancer Council applauds historic warning on alcohol-based energy drinks

Saturday 17 May 2008
The Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed today's warning by the Victorian Consumer Affairs Minister, Tony Robinson, on the dangers of ready-to-drink alcohol-based energy drinks.

Advertising campaign to raise awareness of cancer support services

Friday 16 May 2008
The Cancer Council Victoria will launch an awareness campaign in Western Victoria today, which aims to alert people affected by cancer to the support services they can access.

Pollies support Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Thursday 15 May 2008
Federal politicians gathered at Parliament House in Canberra today to take part in one of the largest fund-raising events in the country - Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.

Government’s $87m bowel cancer screening plan welcomed

Thursday 8 May 2008
The Rudd Government's $87 million budget commitment to screen all Australians aged 50, 55 and 65 for bowel cancer is a welcome step, Cancer Council Australia said today.

Free cancer information at Bayside libraries

Wednesday 7 May 2008
Free cancer information is now available at Bayside libraries. Statistics show more than 600 people are diagnosed with cancer in the City of Bayside each year.

It’s May, so put your sun hats away, says SunSmart

Wednesday 7 May 2008
Victorians can shed their hats and sunscreen during May and over winter, without worrying too much about the risk of skin cancer, according to the SunSmart program.

Brew a cuppa in May

Tuesday 6 May 2008
May marks the start of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea month, so why not get involved and register your own event today?

Free forum in Northcote: coping with advanced cancer

Wednesday 30 April 2008
Learning how to live well while facing the uncertainty of advanced cancer will be the focus of a special Cancer Council forum to be held at the Northcote Town Hall on Saturday, May 17.

Last chance to make your cuppa count

Tuesday 29 April 2008
May marks the start of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea month, and Casey residents will be putting their kettles on and baking up a storm to support Australians diagnosed with cancer.

Cancer Council provides special support for carers

Thursday 24 April 2008
Unpaid carers, family and friends of people with cancer are urged to attend the Cancer Council’s first Carer’s Forum on Saturday May 10, 2008.

Plant Fruit and Veg in Your Lunchbox

Thursday 24 April 2008
Fruit + Veg Week, from Monday 28 April, marks a celebration of fruit and vegetables, and the launch of a campaign to have kids and parents plant healthy fruit and veg in lunchboxes.

Free Cancer Council seminar coming to Mildura

Monday 21 April 2008
The Cancer Council Victoria will hold a free cancer seminar in Mildura on Friday 23 May between 10am and 12.30pm at Mildura Grand, Seventh Street, Mildura.
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