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A Hep B test could save your life: Doctor urges Vietnamese Australians to get tested

Tuesday 7 March 2017
Cancer Council Victoria has launched a new campaign to encourage Vietnamese Australians to get tested for hepatitis B.

Too many teens ignoring risks of a bronzed body: study

Wednesday 1 March 2017
More than half of secondary school students are willing to put themselves at risk of skin cancer for the sake of a tan – despite knowing the risks.

New campaign busts myths around cervical screening in LGBTIQ community

Monday 13 February 2017
Melbourne ‘Driving You Homo' JOY FM radio presenters, Dee Mason and Lisa Daniel, have proven to have faces for radio and the screen in a new campaign to empower LGBTIQ people with a cervix to have regular cervical screening.

4 in 5 Victorians support kilojoules on the menu: survey shows

Friday 10 February 2017
Leading health organisations have today congratulated the Victorian Government for passing legislation to make kilojoule labelling on menus mandatory, as new data shows the majority of Victorians support the move, along with an education campaign.

Reflecting on our global impact this World Cancer Day

Thursday 2 February 2017
The McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer will celebrate its fifth birthday on World Cancer Day, February 4.

Cancer Council Victoria celebrates Medal of the Order of Australia medal for cancer control pioneer Dorothy Reading

Thursday 26 January 2017

Cancer Council Victoria is thrilled that Dorothy Reading – who played a major role in establishing successful cancer prevention programs such as Quit, Pap Screen Victoria, and BreastScreen Victoria - has been recognised in this year’s Australia Day honours list.

Breast cancer survivor encourages women to sign up for fitness band study on physical activity

Wednesday 25 January 2017
Researchers at Cancer Council Victoria are investigating how effective fitness bands can be in improving the physical activity habits of breast cancer survivors following treatment in a new study, the ACTIVATE Trial.

Even smokers agree: life’s better if you quit

Wednesday 18 January 2017
Three-quarters of Victorian smokers agree that life would be better if they quit smoking, but more than half of those trying to quit did not use any form of proven quitting help, new research shows.

Rural and regional Victorians urged to go smokefree for 2017

Wednesday 4 January 2017
Quit Victoria is encouraging rural and regional Victorians to butt out for a fresh start to 2017, as survey results show Victorians living outside Melbourne are more likely to smoke than those living in the metropolitan area.

‘Summer of Cycling’ supports Cancer Council Victoria

Monday 12 December 2016
GTR Events will proudly support Cancer Council Victoria through their ‘Summer of Cycling’ series, a unique event which will bring professionals, amateurs and volunteers together for a month of world class cycling.

Support available for Victorians affected by cancer this festive season

Monday 12 December 2016
For many the festive season is a special time of year, however for those affected by cancer this period can be a particularly difficult time.

New report highlights urgent need for national obesity strategy

Thursday 8 December 2016
As new figures reveal high rates of overweight and obesity right across the country, the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) is calling for a national obesity strategy to address a serious and widespread weight problem.

Unilever Paddle Pop ad found in breach of responsible marketing to kids code

Wednesday 7 December 2016
Australia’s independent advertising watchdog, the Advertising Standards Board (ASB) has found Unilever in breach of the Responsible Children’s Marketing Initiative (RCMI) after a complaint by the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) was upheld.

Bowel cancer second biggest cancer killer in Victoria

Monday 5 December 2016
New report reveals world’s most up-to-date cancer incidence and mortality information

Cancer Council Victoria’s Clinical Network celebrates 40 years of connecting cancer clinicians

Monday 28 November 2016
Cancer Council Victoria’s Clinical Network is celebrating their 40th year of connecting cancer clinicians from across Victoria.
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