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The cells of origin: groundbreaking research to understand how liver tumours form to develop new lifesaving treatment

Thursday 7 December 2023
Postdoctoral Research Fellowships: Supporting Victoria’s early career cancer researchers in their pursuit to find tomorrow’s lifesaving treatments

Sharing stories of bowel screening helps drive participation

Thursday 30 November 2023
Eligible Victorians are being urged not to delay and to do the life-saving bowel screening test as soon as it comes in the mail.

Thousands more Victorians affected by cancer could benefit from clinical trials

Website provides hope for Victorians living with cancer to access life-prolonging treatment.

Cancer Council Victoria to host the next World Cancer Leaders’ Summit

Monday 30 October 2023
Cancer Council Victoria will host the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Melbourne on 18-20 November in 2025.

Victorian Cancer Biobank recognised for lifesaving contributions to cancer research

Monday 30 October 2023
The Victorian Cancer Biobank, one of the country’s leading biomedical research infrastructures, has been selected as a finalist of the Melbourne Awards in Knowledge and Innovation for its ongoing contributions to biotechnological developments and groundbreaking cancer research.

Victorian mother urges others not to put off regular breast checks

Tuesday 24 October 2023
Cancer Council Victoria is reminding Victorian women and eligible trans and gender diverse people of the importance of regularly checking their breasts with data revealing there have been almost 400 fewer diagnoses of breast cancer over 2020 and 2021.

New data highlights alarming cervical screening knowledge gap in regional Victoria

Wednesday 11 October 2023
Cancer Council Victoria is reminding regional Victorian women and people with a cervix about the importance of regular cervical screening, as new research shows knowledge of this life-saving test is low, with less than half of eligible regional Victorians surveyed aware they needed to screen every five years.

New home finger-prick blood test to revolutionise cancer monitoring

Monday 18 September 2023
A groundbreaking at home finger-prick blood test to measure patient cancer remission and reoccurrence could revolutionise cancer monitoring.

New Victorian campaign launches as participation of bowel cancer screening declines

Tuesday 5 September 2023
The free bowel screening test can save lives, but more Victorians need to participate with data showing declines in participation.

Cancer Council Victoria bolsters advocacy for those impacted by heredity cancer following incorporation of Lynch Syndrome Australia

Friday 1 September 2023
Cancer Council Victoria will undertake includes hosting education and training for health professionals, promoting awareness campaigns and providing support and care to those impacted heredity cancer.

Cancer Council Victoria gets on board with Yarra Trams for a cancer-free future

Thursday 31 August 2023
Cancer Council Victoria has partnered with Yarra Trams’ operator Keolis Downer and JCDecaux for Daffodil Day 2023, a day to raise vital funds for cancer research.

Experts fear spike in liver cancer cases following decline in hepatitis testing

Thursday 27 July 2023
Cancer Council Victoria is urging the Victorian community and clinicians to push for more testing after new data from the Doherty Institute revealed 20,700 Victorians may unknowingly be living with hepatitis B, increasing their risk of liver cancer.

New data reveals concerning gap in cervical screening rates for LGBTQ+ community

Monday 5 June 2023
Cancer Council Victoria and Thorne Harbour Health have joined forces to protect LGBTQ+ Victorians with a cervix from cervical cancer, with new research finding that LGBTQ+ Australians are less likely to participate in cervical screening than non-LGBTQ+ Australians.

New data shows Australian teen smoking increasing for the first time in 25 years, against a backdrop of rising e-cigarette use

Friday 2 June 2023
Shocking new data analysed by Cancer Council Victoria’s Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer has revealed a deeply concerning picture of steeply increasing teen smoking, which is rising in tandem with vaping.

First of its kind Quit campaign and online hub urge Victorians to ‘See through the haze’ to ‘Get the facts on vaping’

Monday 29 May 2023
A new Quit campaign highlighting the risks of vaping is being launched today alongside new research by Cancer Council Victoria’s Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer.
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