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Quit Victoria releases its most emotional campaign yet as new data reveals what helps smokers to quit

Sunday 26 May 2013
Anti-smoking campaigns are one of the most helpful aids in assisting former smokers to stay quit, new Cancer Council Victoria data has revealed.

Victorian Government takes home Dirty Ashtray for second year in a row

Friday 24 May 2013
The Victorian Government has been awarded the Dirty Ashtray award for the worst-performing government in tobacco control in 2012.

Thank you Ian Robson

Thursday 23 May 2013
Cancer Council Victoria would like to acknowledge and thank outgoing Essendon Football Club chief executive Ian Robson for his support and enthusiasm for our cause.

Timely reminder on CT scans

Wednesday 22 May 2013
A study of almost 11 million Australians, published in the British Medical Journal today, suggests people are at slightly greater risk of cancer after having a CT scan in childhood or adolescence.

Angelina Jolie and genetic breast cancer risk

Wednesday 15 May 2013
Actress Angelina Jolie's recent public comments about her decision to undergo a prophylactic (preventive) double mastectomy have attracted worldwide media interest. Although breast cancer is common in Australia, only 5% to 10% of cases are linked to known genetic factors.

Internet searches indicate renewed interest in solariums

Tuesday 14 May 2013
The findings of a new study published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health provides evidence that solarium use may be making a comeback with renewed interest in recent years.

Leading health groups call on Victorians to bone up on vitamin D knowledge

Sunday 12 May 2013
SunSmart, Osteoporosis Australia and Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria are joining together to raise awareness around the importance of vitamin D for healthy bones and in the prevention of osteoporosis.

197 cancer clinicians join together to call on Victorian State Government to Keep Fresh Air Fresh

Friday 10 May 2013
Almost 200 of Victoria's most respected cancer specialists and clinicians have joined the call for the Victorian State Government to introduce a ban on smoking in outdoor dining and drinking areas.

New study: 61,000 cancer deaths avoided in 20 years

Thursday 9 May 2013
About 61,000 Australian lives have been saved by improvements in cancer prevention, screening and treatment over the past 20 years, according to new Cancer Council research released today.

New research: AFL/NRL broadcasts one long booze ad with a bit of sport

Sunday 28 April 2013
Alcohol sponsors dominated close to a fifth of the entire broadcast of the NRL grand final and around 20 minutes per AFL semi-final, according to new research, Alcohol Advertising in Televised Broadcasts of Australian Football Finals Series, released today by Cancer Council Australia into the pervasiveness of alcohol advertising in live sport.

Leading health groups call on Govt to stop Victoria becoming a ‘secondhand smoke state'

Wednesday 17 April 2013
Children are breathing in secondhand smoke in outdoor dining areas while Victoria lags behind in smokefree dining legislation, say five of Victoria's leading health agencies.

State Government commitment to cancer research welcomed

Tuesday 16 April 2013
The Cancer Council Victoria today welcomed a $1.7 million funding commitment from the Victorian Government towards cancer research.

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.
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