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Cancer Council calls for increase in tobacco excise

Wednesday 31 July 2013
The Australian Government should back up its outstanding record in tobacco control and announce a significant increase in the excise on cigarettes and other tobacco products, Cancer Council Australia said today.

Quit Victoria calls on Australian Government to increase cigarette excise as new data shows price increases a powerful motivator for quitting

Saturday 31 August 2013
A cigarette excise increase would help hundreds of thousands of Australians to kick the habit, Quit Victoria Acting Executive Director Kylie Lindorff said today.

Smokefree round a breath of fresh air for Red Cliffs footy fans

Tuesday 30 July 2013
The Red Cliffs Football Club will go smoke free for their round 15 clash against South Mildura this weekend. The club will be smoke free on the grounds and in the club except for designated smoking areas, as a first step towards becoming smoke free on a more permanent basis.

Plain packaging increases urgency to quit and lowers appeal of smoking, new research reveals

Monday 22 July 2013
Plain packaged cigarettes with larger health warnings increase smokers' urgency to quit and lower the appeal of smoking, the first research paper into its effects has revealed.

Second Kellogg's ad pulled in two weeks following OPC complaint

Thursday 4 July 2013
For the second time in two weeks Kellogg's has been forced to withdraw two TV advertisements after a complaint from the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) was upheld by the Advertising Standards Board (ASB).

Webinar reassures Australian women who have a family history of breast cancer

Wednesday 26 June 2013
More than 500 people registered to take part in Cancer Council Victoria's free national webinar titled ‘Breast cancer in the family: What does that mean for me?' that was held last night.

Kellogg's pulls Coco Pops ad after OPC complaint

Thursday 20 June 2013
A complaint made by the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) about a Kellogg's TV commercial directed to children has been upheld by the Advertising Standards Board (ASB) this week and the ad has been removed from viewing.

Cancer Council responds to 'The Angelina Effect' with innovative webinar

Tuesday 18 June 2013
In response to increased community concern, the Cancer Council will host a free national webinar 'Breast cancer in the family: What does that mean for me?' on Tuesday 25th June 7.30pm – 8.30pm.

Cancer Council CEO urges caution as more Victorians seek cancer answers online

Monday 17 June 2013
A Cancer Council Victoria survey shows more than 75% of Victorians are affected by cancer (either themselves or a loved one), and increasingly they seek information about these diseases online.

Message on the beer bottle (and the cereal pack) = improved health for Victorians

Friday 14 June 2013
Today's announcements about food and alcohol labelling are two important initiatives which will improve the health of Victorians, according to Todd Harper, CEO of Cancer Council Victoria.

Major health organisations urge Parliament to support bill to ban smoking in outdoor dining and drinking areas

Thursday 13 June 2013
Four of Victoria's major health organisations have urged all sides of parliament to support a new bill in Victorian parliament to ban smoking in outdoor dining and drinking areas.

Cancer Council Victoria joins health experts to call for action on alcohol

Tuesday 11 June 2013
CEO of Cancer Council Victoria calls for urgent action to control alcohol advertising and promotion to young people and reduce alcohol related harm at the launch of the Alcohol Advertising Review Board's (AARB) Annual Report for 2013.

New research finds smoking employees cost companies nearly $6000 more than non-smoking employees

Wednesday 5 June 2013
Quit Victoria has encouraged workplaces to help their employees give smoking the flick with new research finding smokers cost their employers an extra $5,816 annually compared with non-smokers.

Blokes urged to get lean and screen during Men's Health Week

Tuesday 4 June 2013
Victorian men are being urged to commit to some lifestyle changes this week (Men's Health Week) to cut their cancer risk. They're also being asked to screen for bowel cancer and keep an eye out for any changing spots that could be skin cancer.

Young Cancer Researcher Collects Premier's Award

Tuesday 4 June 2013
Dr Aung Ko Win was last night awarded the prestigious 2013 Premier’s Award for Health and Medical Research which recognises achievement, celebrates creativity and acknowledges excellence across all fields of health or medical research.
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