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Arts Awards 2009: Now's your chance to enter

Monday 5 January 2009
A community event that promotes hope for people facing life after a cancer experience, the Arts Awards is open to artists of all standards. Entries are accepted in visual art, short story, film, poetry, Indigenous art, and children's writing and art.

New data shows lung cancer has overtaken breast cancer in female cancer deaths

Friday 19 December 2008
A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has revealed that lung cancer has overtaken breast cancer as the cause of the most cancer deaths in Australian women.

Distressed callers answered at Christmas

Thursday 18 December 2008
More than 2000 Victorians will be told they have cancer in December, over 800 will loose the battle and many will be told the good news that they are cancer free. The Cancer Council Victoria today urged the community to be aware that a helpline would operate over the Christmas period.

Ones man's epic adventure for the cancer fight

Thursday 18 December 2008
Cancer Council Victoria supporter, Mr Mike McKenzie, will ride his bicycle from Melbourne to Perth in memory of loved ones lost to cancer on Thursday 18 December.

Cancer Action Plan welcomed

Wednesday 17 December 2008
The Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed today's release of the new Cancer Action Plan. Director, Professor David Hill, said it was extremely pleasing that the Victorian Government had put together and launched the plan - a first for Victoria.

Nurses urged to register for revamped program

Tuesday 16 December 2008
A specialised breast care nurse education program has been revamped and places are now open for 2009. The postgraduate unit, ‘Breast Care Nursing: Foundations for Practice’, is offered by La Trobe University and the Cancer Council Victoria.

David Hill presents at All Ireland Cancer Conference

Wednesday 3 December 2008
The keynote speaker at the 4th All-Ireland Cancer Conference will be Dr David Hill, who will talk about reducing the burden of cancer through behaviour change and public policy.

Pap test data reveals pleasant surprise

Monday 1 December 2008
Data released from the Victorian Pap test Registry contradicts fears that young women having the cervical cancer vaccine may discontinue Pap tests, believing they're no longer needed.

Epping resident wins Cancer Council Raffle

Friday 28 November 2008
Epping resident, Carina Marasco, was the lucky winner of a new Mazda2 Neo in the Cancer Council Victoria Raffle, which raised over $150,000 in 2008.

'Taboo' topic tackled at cancer workshop

Wednesday 26 November 2008

Sexual and intimate changes after cancer will be the focus of a free workshop to be held in Carlton on Friday December 5. Almost all cancer treatments have the potential to alter sexual function. The workshop will discuss ways to stay sexually confident regardless of partnership status.

New hope for advanced cancer patients

Tuesday 25 November 2008
Living well while facing the uncertainty of advanced cancer will be the focus of a special Cancer Council forum to be held in Carlton on Wednesday 3 December. The free forum will help people achieve quality-of-life and answer questions about superannuation and legal wills.

Cancer Council applauds Coxy’s decision to speak out

Monday 24 November 2008
Having TV presenter and musician Geoff ‘Coxy’ Cox speak publicly about his recent bowel cancer diagnosis will boost awareness of a cancer that kills 80 Australians each week.

Cancer Council makes bowel cancer screening kits available to all Victorians over 50

Monday 24 November 2008
Bowel cancer kills 80 Australians every week. However, if detected early enough, nearly all cases could be cured. That’s the message behind our initiative to make bowel cancer screening accessible to all Victorians over 50.

Local cancer campaigner acknowledged

Thursday 20 November 2008
Dr Ian Roos has been acknowledged as the winner of our prestigious President's Award in a ceremony at the Melbourne Museum today to celebrate and thank supporters.

Life after cancer seminar

Wednesday 19 November 2008
Life after cancer treatment will be the focus of a special Cancer Council seminar to be held in Carlton for survivors and their family and friends on Saturday 29 November.
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