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New research: Killer-joules and traffic lights on fast food menus make for healthier choices

Wednesday 10 April 2013
A coalition of leading health agencies, partners in the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC), is calling on the Victorian Government to implement kilojoule and traffic light labelling on fast food menus in light of new research showing the combination of information can lead consumers to make healthier choices.

Cancer Council Victoria is moving

Tuesday 9 April 2013

Study finds genetic changes that raise risk of breast, prostate and ovarian cancer

Thursday 28 March 2013
Victorians have taken part in research that's uncovered more than 80 regions of the genome that can increase an individual's risk of breast, prostate and ovarian cancers.

Cancer Council Victoria offers Creative Therapy workshops

Thursday 14 March 2013
Cancer Council Victoria is hosting its second Creative Therapy workshop this year, which is set to take place on 13th April as part of the annual Arts Awards program.

New research: Why Victorians miss out on their five a day

Tuesday 12 March 2013
More than one in two Victorian adults claim they can't fit in five serves of vegies a day, according to new research from Cancer Council Victoria.

Cancer Council Urges Women to Think About their Health on International Women's Day

Wednesday 6 March 2013
In recognition of International Women's Day this Friday, Cancer Council Victoria is urging women to stop being complacent when it comes to their health.

The McCabe Centre and Cancer Council Victoria receives a major grant by the Legal Services Board of Victoria

Monday 4 March 2013
The grant will support a project examining the laws and policies that impact on Victorians diagnosed with cancer, their families and health professionals.

Alcohol toll is heavy in many ways

Thursday 28 February 2013
Cutting back on the booze could decrease your waistline – and your risk of cancer, according to Brian Vandenberg, senior policy adviser at Cancer Council Victoria speaking as FebFast comes to an end for this year.

Quit Victoria and Cancer Council Victoria applaud Future Fund's decision on tobacco-related investments

Thursday 28 February 2013
Quit Victoria and Cancer Council Victoria have congratulated the Future Fund for its decision to remove all tobacco-related investments from its portfolio.

Cancer Council Victoria offers Creative Therapy workshops

Wednesday 20 February 2013
Cancer Council Victoria is offering three Creative Therapy workshops to all Victorians, as part of the annual Arts Awards program, with the first to take place on 16th March.

New Zealand becomes the second country in the world to introduce plain packaging

Tuesday 19 February 2013
Quit Victoria has welcomed news that New Zealand will become the second country in the world to introduce plain packaging.

Entries open for Cancer Council Victoria’s 16th Arts Awards

Wednesday 13 February 2013
From Monday 11th February, entries will officially open for Cancer Council Victoria’s 16th annual Arts Awards. The awards provide Australians touched by cancer with an opportunity to share their experience creatively through art, writing and film.

No time to lean on the bar - binge drinking by older teens a reality that needs to be addressed

Monday 11 February 2013
Older teenagers are continuing to drink at levels that are risky for their health and wellbeing, and pressure by the alcohol industry to hamper initiatives aimed at decreasing drinking is socially irresponsible, according to CEO of the Cancer Council Victoria, Todd Harper.

Health groups welcome outdoor smoking bans but renew call for smokefree outdoor dining and drinking

Friday 8 February 2013
Four of Australia's leading health organisations have welcomed new bans on smoking in outdoor areas but have renewed their call for smoking to be banned in outdoor dining and drinking areas.
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