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Acid, sugar in sugary drinks pose serious threat to teeth

Wednesday 9 August 2017
In line with the theme of Dental Health Week (7-13 August 2017) - Oral Health for Busy Lives, the health and community organisations behind Rethink Sugary Drink are calling on Australians to think of their teeth before reaching for a sugary drink when out and about.

Holiday Breaks for Families Affected by Cancer

Wednesday 9 August 2017

Cancer patients and their families who are in desperate need of a short break away can enjoy a cosy getaway this spring by taking advantage of a Cancer Council Victoria Holiday Break.

Buy yellow for someone you know this Daffodil Day

Tuesday 8 August 2017

Daffodil Day is just a couple of weeks away (Friday, August 25) and Cancer Council Victoria is reminding people how important it is for the whole community to show their support for those who have been affected by cancer.

Appeal to workplaces to sell merchandise ahead of Daffodil Day Friday 25 August!

Thursday 3 August 2017

With Daffodil Day fast approaching, Cancer Council Victoria is hoping workplaces and businesses around the state will order and sell merchandise to their colleagues and customers to help those affected by cancer.

Free toys have powerful influence on what kids want to eat: study

Tuesday 1 August 2017
New research from Cancer Council Victoria has revealed what food companies have known for decades – that supplying movie character toys with fast food has an enormous impact on what Aussie kids want to eat.

The stars are out for Cancer Council Victoria

Friday 28 July 2017
Registrations for new event Walking Stars are now open, with Melbourne’s night-time, half-marathon walk aiming to bring people together to raise money for Cancer Council Victoria.

Urgent push to stop 1300 Victorians needlessly dying each year

Wednesday 26 July 2017

For the first time, a new Victoria-wide bowel screening campaign could see more than 20,000 additional Victorians screening for bowel cancer, which can detect the disease at an early stage, even when there are no symptoms and avoid the need for extended chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

Turn your school yellow and get involved in Daffodil Day!

Monday 24 July 2017
Cancer Council Victoria is appealing to schools around the state to turn yellow and participate in Daffodil Day this year, Friday 25 August.

Economics the key to improving cancer outcomes

Wednesday 5 July 2017
Australian-first Economics of Cancer Program to improve cancer prevention and health delivery for cancer patients

What is healthy? Survey reveals huge gap in what public, nutritionists think is healthy

Thursday 6 July 2017
A new survey by LiveLighter has revealed some eye-opening differences between what members of the public and a sample of nutrition experts think is healthy.

Go Dry this July and support cancer services

Monday 3 July 2017
Cancer Council Victoria is on board again as a beneficiary charity of Dry July, which will help provide support services to more than 31,000 people in Victoria who are diagnosed with cancer each year.

Combat Cancer with your Community this Daffodil Day

Wednesday 28 June 2017
Cancer Council Victoria is reminding people how important community participation on Daffodil Day is to raise funds for cancer research, prevention programs and support services.

More than half of foods aimed at kids are unhealthy: research

Tuesday 27 June 2017
More than half of supermarket products marketed at kids are unhealthy, new research from the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) has revealed.

Jonathan Liberman recognised by WHO for World No Tobacco Day 2017

Wednesday 31 May 2017
Cancer Council Victoria would like to congratulate Jonathan Liberman, Director of the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer, on his World No Tobacco Day 2017 Award from the World Health Organisation (WHO) Western Pacific Regional Office region for outstanding contribution to tobacco control.

Ban booze billboards to protect teens, says Cancer Council

Tuesday 30 May 2017
Cancer Council Victoria is calling for a partial ban on outdoor alcohol advertising, as new research finds that young people exposed to alcohol advertising are more likely to consume alcohol at risky levels.
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