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Victorian men on notice: watch out for melanoma this winter

Tuesday 23 May 2017
As people cover up against the cold, SunSmart is asking all Victorians to keep an eye on their skin for suspicious spots - especially men.

Thousands missing out on cancer trials

Friday 19 May 2017
Thousands of Victorian cancer patients are missing out on potentially life-prolonging treatment as clinical trial participation rates stagnate.

Get tested, hepatitis B can be treated if it’s found early

Monday 15 May 2017
Doctor Garang Dut has joined forces with Cancer Council Victoria as part of an important campaign to encourage South Sudanese Australians to get tested for hepatitis B.

Brain cancer the "forgotten" killer

Thursday 11 May 2017
Cancer Council Victoria is calling for urgent action on brain cancer, as survival rates for the deadly disease show no signs of improvement.

Moderate drinking may increase risk of breast cancer returning

Thursday 4 May 2017
Drinking as little as little 6 grams of alcohol a day - less than one standard drink - may increase the risk of breast cancer returning for survivors of the disease.

Cancer Council Victoria welcomes cancer screening focus in State Budget

Tuesday 2 May 2017
Cancer Council Victoria welcomes cancer screening focus in State Budget

Roll-your-own on the rise, prompting reality check for smokers

Tuesday 2 May 2017
Victorians are consuming fewer cigarettes overall but use of roll-your-own tobacco is increasing, prompting a warning for smokers not to be fooled about its devastating health impact.

Statement from Cancer Council Victoria on Cochrane Review of plain packaging

Thursday 27 April 2017
Cancer Council Victoria welcomes the findings of an independent systematic Cochrane Review released today that has found tobacco plain packaging may reduce smoking prevalence.

Researchers a step closer to harnessing the immune system against cancer

Wednesday 26 April 2017
Victorian researchers investigating how to genetically engineer a patient’s immune system to target cancers have discovered a new method to enhance the potential of this therapy, with the discovery providing the potential to uncover more effective treatments for a range of cancers.

Powerful Australian cancer and alcohol advertisement ranked best in the world

Thursday 20 April 2017
A graphic advertisement which shows how alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream, increasing the risk of cancerous cell mutations in the liver, bowel and throat, has been found to be the most effective alcohol education advertisement internationally, according to a new study.

John Clarke - A statement from Cancer Council Victoria CEO, Todd Harper

Monday 10 April 2017
We are deeply saddened to hear of the sudden passing of comedian and long-time Cancer Council Victoria supporter John Clarke.

Young men urged to stop stalling and quit

Monday 10 April 2017
Young men are the target of a new Quit campaign, which urges smokers to ditch cigarettes now rather put off quitting until they are older and starting to feel the damage to their health.

Victorian clinical trials receive $2.5 million boost to improve patient access

Wednesday 29 March 2017
Victorian clinical trials receive $2.5 million boost to improve patient access.

New clinical trial announced for cancer patients in Albury/Wodonga

Tuesday 28 March 2017
Patient access to Victorian cancer clinical trials will be improved for local residents around Albury/Wodonga thanks to a grant announced by Cancer Council Victoria today, Tuesday 28 March.

Free webinar will help navigate the journey of pancreatic cancer

Wednesday 8 March 2017
People affected by pancreatic cancer can join a free webinar Pancreatic cancer – navigating the journey on Tuesday 28 March 2017, from anywhere across Australia.
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