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International experts at National Breast Care Nurses Conference

Wednesday 16 April 2008
Leading Texan Breast Care Nurse, Ms Anita Broxson, will be keynote speaker at the 10th National Breast Care Nurses Conference in Fremantle, on May 1 and 2, 2008.

Students create a giant stir

Wednesday 16 April 2008
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea is here again, and this year we are adding a fantastic new schools competition to encourage young Victorians to get involved in the fight against cancer.

FREE sexuality and cancer forum: Mildura

Thursday 10 April 2008
Sexuality and intimacy after cancer treatment will be the focus of a special forum to be held at the Sunraysia Cancer Resource Centre in Mildura on Friday, 18 April 2008.

Locals benefit from cancer support

Wednesday 9 April 2008
In 2007 there were 1910 calls to the Cancer Information and Support Service from people in Greater Geelong and 43 locals used the Cancer Connect phone peer support program.

Pap tests by credentialled nurses double in a decade

Wednesday 9 April 2008
Data from the Victorian Cervical Cytology Registry shows the number of Pap tests conducted by nurses has doubled over the last 10 years, highlighting their integral role in cervical cancer prevention.

Music lovers unite for a good cause

Monday 7 April 2008
Polyester Records in Fitzroy joined with local and international comedians to host a CDs for Cancer Research Day on 5 April, raising over $2000 for The Cancer Council Victoria.

A break to fix cancer

Thursday 27 March 2008
A Victorian is diagnosed with cancer every 22 minutes - around the length of an average coffee break.

Geelong hosts weary runner on his way to Portland

Tuesday 25 March 2008
Geelong will host inspirational Victorian, Shaun Brewster, as he arrives in Geelong on his quest to run from Melbourne to Portland and raise $10,000 for The Cancer Council Victoria.

OPC backs Brumby's obesity plan but practical measures need addressing

Tuesday 18 March 2008
The Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) has applauded the Victorian state government's plan to screen Victoria's 2.6 million workers in a bid to reduce rates of obesity, but called on the Brumby government to also address the drivers of the problem.

Calling health professionals to facilitate cancer support program

Monday 17 March 2008
The Cancer Council is calling for oncology health professionals to facilitate the Living with Cancer Education Program for cancer patients and their families and friends.

Final Call for entries: Last chance to seize creative opportunity

Friday 14 March 2008
Entries for The Cancer Council Victoria Arts Awards close on Friday 4 April so Victorians touched by cancer are encouraged to seize the day and start creating.

Darebin students create a giant stir

Wednesday 12 March 2008
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea is here again, this year the schools competition is on the hunt for the biggest, brightest, and best teacup.

Latest figures show melanoma at highest level ever in Victoria

Wednesday 12 March 2008
New figures from The Cancer Council Victoria show that the number of Victorians affected by melanoma is at the highest level ever.

Warning against panic prostate testing after Sam Newman surgery

Wednesday 12 March 2008
In the wake of publicity surrounding coverage of Sam Newman’s prostate cancer surgery on Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes, The Cancer Council Victoria is appealing to men to talk to their doctor before having a prostate cancer test.

A cancer nurse talks about supporting Victorians

Thursday 6 March 2008
As a cancer nurse with more than 20 years experience, Suzi Grogan knows how critical it is for people affected by cancer to receive information and support. She began working on the Cancer Council Helpline 15 years ago and describes the Helpline as an important service that helps people deal with concerns about cancer.
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