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Prostate cancer questions answered in special call-in

Tuesday 4 September 2007
Cancer specialists will staff phones at the Cancer Council Helpline on Thursday September 13, between 6pm and 9pm to answer questions about prostate cancer.

Prostate Cancer Call-In

Tuesday 4 September 2007
Thursday 13 September 2007 is our annual Prostate Cancer Call-In, where men across Australia are encouraged to call 13 11 20 and talk to leading prostate cancer specialists.

Don’t be burnt – get SunSmart for Spring

Friday 31 August 2007
With UV levels already reaching a level that can cause skin damage and lead to skin cancer, Victorians are being warned not to leave their sun protection until Summer.

Teen diet and exercise survey gives cause for concern

Friday 31 August 2007
A significant proportion of students fall short of current, national dietary and physical activity recommendations for teenagers.

Fruit and vegetables and cancer prevention

Tuesday 28 August 2007
Recent media reports have stated that fruit and vegetables give little protection against cancer.

OPC calls for government regulation of food marketing to children

Tuesday 28 August 2007
The Obesity Policy Coalition has condemned the Advertising Standards Bureau's dismissal of a complaint against food advertisements featuring cartoon Ogre Shrek.

Why solariums must be regulated

Tuesday 28 August 2007
Few stories are as compelling nor as heartfelt as Clare Oliver’s. At the young age of 25, Clare has melanoma and struggled to celebrate her 26th birthday.

Cancer Council funded researcher rewarded

Wednesday 22 August 2007
In April 2007, 50 years after beginning his career, Professor Don Metcalf was the first non-American given a lifetime achievement award from the American Association of Cancer Research.

Solarium regulation welcomed

Thursday 23 August 2007
The Cancer Council has welcomed today’s announcement by Victorian Health Minister Daniel Andrews that solariums will be regulated in Victoria.

What’s On: Daffodil Day, Friday 24 August 2007

Thursday 23 August 2007
Tomorrow is Daffodil Day and The Cancer Council Victoria is calling on Victorians to buy a daffodil as a symbol of hope for the 60 Victorians diagnosed with cancer every day.

Pap tests still vital despite new cervical cancer vaccine for older women

Tuesday 14 August 2007
Women are being urged to continue with two yearly Pap tests as Cervarix – the second cervical cancer vaccine – becomes available today.

Buy a daffodil for blooming good cause

Tuesday 7 August 2007
Around 45 Moonee Valley residents are expected to be diagnosed with cancer during August, so The Cancer Council Victoria is calling on locals to buy a daffodil.

Celebrate Daffodil Day 2007

Monday 6 August 2007
Why not celebrate Daffodil Day in a field of daffodils? Janet Blainey will open her daffodil farm to the public on 24-26 August 2007 to raise funds for The Cancer Council Victoria.

Free cancer survivors seminar in Melbourne

Monday 6 August 2007
Coping with life after cancer treatment will be the focus of a special survivors seminar to be held at The Cancer Council Victoria on 11 August 11 2007.

Obesity Coalition welcomes ALP announcement on junk food

Tuesday 31 July 2007
The Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) has welcomed an announcement by the Australian Labor Party to consider banning aggressive and pervasive marketing of unhealthy food to children.
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