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Vitamin D needs rise as UV levels drop in Victoria

Wednesday 27 May 2009
Victorians should now be checking how much sun they need to ensure they get enough vitamin D over winter, according to SunSmart.

Women aged 18 to 26: Get your free cervical cancer vaccine now

Friday 22 May 2009
Women aged 18 to 26 are being urged to access the free cervical cancer vaccine now, as it will cost $450 in 6 weeks time: half of the economic stimulus payment.

Quit says an increase in tobacco prices would be a major public health victory

Friday 15 May 2009
An increase in tobacco prices would provide smokers with key motivation to quit the deadly habit, and result in enormous public health gains, according to anti-smoking group Quit.

Cancer Council bowel screening tests not affected

Tuesday 12 May 2009
We wish to assure those who've purchased a bowel cancer screening kit through Cancer Council Victoria that these tests are not affected by the government recall of some kits from the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.

Health experts call for alcohol tax reforms in budget

Thursday 7 May 2009
A Coalition of health agencies has today urged the Federal Government to implement more aggressive taxing of high-alcohol products in response to recent ABS statistics that highlight a disturbing trend away from lower strength beer towards mid and full strength.

Victorian on-line 'self-service' cancer statistics system launched

Thursday 7 May 2009
The Victorian Cancer Registry today launched its new “self-service” data system to make available, for the first time, on-line access to extensive Victorian cancer data.

500,000 Victorians have a cuppa for cancer

Friday 1 May 2009
When 10-year-old Lily Chanter's father lost his life to melanoma 3 months ago, she knew she wanted to do something to make a difference. This month, she's turning her passion into action, and joining more than 8,000 other Victorians as an Australia's Biggest Morning Tea host.

Cause for a Cuppa

Friday 1 May 2009
Cancer Council Victoria is urging all Victorians to take time for a tea this May and help save lives by taking part in Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

Carers who get cancer overwhelmed

Thursday 30 April 2009
People caring for someone with a disability or chronic illness who get cancer can become overwhelmed with their situation. Like 67 year-old Redmond recently diagnosed with advanced throat cancer who is the full time carer of his frail wife with dementia.

Shamburger video evens stakes on junk food advertising blitz to children

Thursday 30 April 2009
Parents, leading health and consumer groups have renewed calls for tougher advertising regulations, after releasing figures warning that Australian children are force fed about 2200 junk food advertisements on television per year.

Cancer Quackery the target of new information

Thursday 23 April 2009
People who falsely promote and provide unethical, fraudulent and potentially dangerous treatment for cancer are the focus of three significant documents launched by the Cancer Council today.

Free cancer forum in Warragul: 4 May

Wednesday 22 April 2009
Living well while facing the uncertainty of advanced cancer will be the focus of a special Cancer Council forum to be held in Warragul on Monday 4 May.

Relay For Life celebrates 10 years in Australia

Thursday 16 April 2009
Relay For Life, the Cancer Council's largest fundraising event, is celebrating its 10th anniversary in Australia, and to mark this significant milestone a special event is being held at Federation Square, 8am-2pm on Thursday 16 April.

New data reveals a key way to reduce smoking rates, and save money

Wednesday 15 April 2009
Almost three-quarters of smokers (74%) say they would try to quit the habit if cigarette prices increased by 50% according to new research released today.

Cancer Council makes life-saving bowel cancer tests available to all Victorians over 50

Tuesday 7 April 2009
Bowel cancer kills 80 Australians every week. However, if detected early enough, nearly all cases could be cured. That's the message behind Cancer Council Victoria's initiative to make bowel cancer screening accessible to all Victorians over 50.
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