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Final Call for entries: Last chance to seize creative opportunity

Friday 14 March 2008
Entries for The Cancer Council Victoria Arts Awards close on Friday 4 April so Victorians touched by cancer are encouraged to seize the day and start creating.

Darebin students create a giant stir

Wednesday 12 March 2008
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea is here again, this year the schools competition is on the hunt for the biggest, brightest, and best teacup.

Latest figures show melanoma at highest level ever in Victoria

Wednesday 12 March 2008
New figures from The Cancer Council Victoria show that the number of Victorians affected by melanoma is at the highest level ever.

Warning against panic prostate testing after Sam Newman surgery

Wednesday 12 March 2008
In the wake of publicity surrounding coverage of Sam Newman’s prostate cancer surgery on Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes, The Cancer Council Victoria is appealing to men to talk to their doctor before having a prostate cancer test.

A cancer nurse talks about supporting Victorians

Thursday 6 March 2008
As a cancer nurse with more than 20 years experience, Suzi Grogan knows how critical it is for people affected by cancer to receive information and support. She began working on the Cancer Council Helpline 15 years ago and describes the Helpline as an important service that helps people deal with concerns about cancer.

Quit Victoria backs Rudd's plan to reform political donations

Monday 25 February 2008
News the Rudd Government is planning to reform political donation laws has been welcomed by Quit, who are concerned about the political influence of powerful tobacco companies.

Brisbane to host international breast cancer conference

Thursday 21 February 2008
In May 2009 more than 600 breast cancer survivors and experts from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and America will converge on Queensland for a Breast Cancer Support Conference.

Carer volunteer service in for a boost

Monday 18 February 2008
The Cancer Council Victoria is calling on generous Victorians to help support the thousands of local residents caring for a friend or relative with cancer by donating to the Family Cancer Connect Appeal.

Farewell to a legendary supporter

Thursday 14 February 2008
It is with great sadness that The Cancer Council Victoria staff and supporters learned of the passing of one of our passionate volunteers, Mr Laurie Gillham.

Free forum in Melbourne: coping with advanced cancer

Thursday 14 February 2008
Learning how to live well while facing the uncertainty of advanced cancer will be the focus of a special forum to be held at The Cancer Council Victoria on Wednesday, March 12.

Graphic new TV campaign spotlights smoking and lung cancer

Thursday 14 February 2008
Smokers will be confronted with a graphic warning about their habit this weekend, with a new campaign highlighting the very poor prognosis for anyone diagnosed with lung cancer hitting TV screens from Sunday.

New report on smoking rates reveal less Victorians lighting up

Thursday 14 February 2008
Smoking rates in Victoria have dropped by almost 20% in the last ten years, according to research released today by The Cancer Council Victoria.

Seven new prostate cancer genes identified

Monday 11 February 2008
Australian researchers have contributed to an international study led by UK scientists that has found and confirmed seven new sites in the human genome that are linked to men's risk of developing prostate cancer.

New campaign warns 'No tan is worth dying for'

Sunday 10 February 2008
New research from The Cancer Council has shown a big fall in the number of teens deliberately tanning, down 45% over the past 3 years. Yet despite the promising trend, almost 25% of teens are still getting sunburnt over a typical summer weekend.

Free forum in Sale: coping with advanced cancer

Thursday 7 February 2008
Learning how to live well while facing the uncertainty of advanced cancer will be the focus of a special forum to be held at Central Health Gippsland Services on Wednesday, March 5.
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