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New campaign launched to address hepatitis and liver cancer in North Western Melbourne

Monday 3 June 2019

Cancer Council Victoria, in partnership with the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health and St Vincent’s Hospital have launched a campaign to encourage Chinese, Thai and Filipino Australians to get tested for hepatitis B and C.

Survey finds worrying increase in popularity of roll-your-own tobacco amongst Australian teens

Friday 31 May 2019

Latest stats show that teenage smoking rates have declined, but roll-your-own tobacco remains a threat

Smoking prevalence reaches landmark 10% figure in Victoria

Wednesday 29 May 2019

Data from Cancer Council Victoria’s Victorian Smoking & Health Survey 2018 show that just one in ten Victorian adults now report being daily smokers, with significant decreases in smoking seen across regional Victoria and in communities with socioeconomic disadvantage.

Inquiry announced into Bellarine cancer incidences

Thursday 16 May 2019

We are aware that the Federal Government and Opposition have today committed their intention to conduct an Inquiry to investigate cancer incidence on the Bellarine Peninsula in response to public concern that the number of cancer cases in the area could indicate a potential cancer cluster.

Novel initiative tests quit smoking advice inserts inside cigarette packs

Wednesday 15 May 2019

A new study has found that Australian smokers would welcome a novel intervention that would put inserts containing tips and advice on how to quit smoking into their cigarette packets.

Canada becomes 14th country to adopt plain packaging laws

Thursday 2 May 2019

Cancer Council Victoria and Quit Victoria have today welcomed Canada’s adoption of new national regulations for tobacco plain packaging, with Canada the 14th country in the world to pass the life-saving laws.

Wearing a fitness device gets cancer survivors active

Friday 26 April 2019

Wearable fitness technology could be used to improve the amount of physical activity done by cancer survivors, found researchers from Cancer Council Victoria in new study published in Cancer this week.

New campaign to tackle low bowel screening rates in SE Melbourne

Monday 8 April 2019

Cancer Council Victoria has launched a new campaign to help reduce the impact of bowel cancer by increasing screening in the Sri Lankan, Vietnamese, Indian and Aboriginal communities living in South Eastern Melbourne.

New and improved SunSmart app is a reminder to think UV not heat

Friday 22 March 2019

SunSmart has released a new version of its popular mobile app, in time to dispel the myth that sun protection is limited to summer.

Skin microscope and training for almost 170 GPs will save Victorian lives

Tuesday 19 March 2019

Victorian GPs will be able to detect skin cancer earlier, saving local lives and unnecessary procedures, thanks to a SunSmart training program funded by Cancer Council donors and the Victorian Government.

Research begins into innovative melanoma treatment to provide long-term benefit for patients

Friday 8 March 2019

A study aiming to understand how we can harness a particular type of immune cell, termed tissue-resident memory T cells, to generate long-term benefit in the treatment of melanoma.

Cancer Council aims to combat nation’s second biggest cancer killer

Monday 4 March 2019

Australia’s first major national campaign promoting bowel cancer screening launches.

Research begins to uncover new treatments for cancers with low survival

Friday 22 February 2019

A ground-breaking study in oesophageal cancer patients trialling new blood tests (liquid biopsies) to identify the extent of disease and how likely a patient is to respond to treatment is one of three new research projects into low survival cancers announced today thanks to funding from the Victorian Government.

Graphic ad shows the lasting effects of alcohol

A graphic new campaign that outlines how alcohol makes its way through the body, damaging the healthy cells it passes along the way, aims to highlight the devastating link between alcohol and cancer to help Australians make more informed decisions about what they drink.

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