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National survey reveals Aussie school students drinking less alcohol

Wednesday 9 November 2016
Alcohol consumption by students is decreasing, with around a quarter of 12 to 17-year-olds drinking in the past month compared to 37 per cent in 2008.

Winning the fight against Big Tobacco

Wednesday 2 November 2016
By Todd Harper, CEO Cancer Council Victoria

CEO statement on British American Tobacco's decision not to appeal VCAT ruling

Friday 28 October 2016
Cancer Council Victoria is pleased to learn that the lawyer acting on behalf of British American Tobacco will not be appealing the recent Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) ruling preventing access to data files containing information provided by thousands of Australian school children.

Mesothelioma gets research boost

Friday 28 October 2016
Cancer Council Victoria has announced a much-needed injection of funds into mesothelioma research today, providing hope for the future in the fight against the devastating form of cancer.

Statement from Cancer Council Victoria on the Victorian Government’s Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Bill

Thursday 27 October 2016
Cancer Council Victoria welcomes the Victorian Government’s Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Bill, currently being debated in Parliament.

Energy drinks hide up to 21 teaspoons of sugar, risky levels of caffeine

Monday 24 October 2016
Leading health experts are urging students to avoid using energy drinks to fuel study sessions and exams as some products deliver an enormous 21 teaspoons of sugar and as much caffeine as two and a half espresso shots.

Young female drinkers’ face 35 per cent higher breast cancer risk, new study finds

Friday 21 October 2016
New research by Cancer Council Victoria has found that limiting alcohol intake before a woman’s first pregnancy may reduce their risk of breast cancer later in life.

Car parking still a burden for Victorian cancer patients

Tuesday 18 October 2016
An audit released by Cancer Council Victoria today has revealed that 88 per cent of Victorian public hospitals have a formal parking policy on their website, compared to zero per cent of private hospitals.

Health groups welcome new tobacco laws for Victoria

Friday 14 October 2016
Leading Victorian health groups have welcomed new laws to bring waterpipes into line with other tobacco products, so that smoking them indoors will no longer be permitted from August 1 next year.

3 in 5 sucked in by cheap junk food and sugary drinks: survey

Tuesday 11 October 2016
Australians are being urged to steer clear of supermarket promotions on unhealthy food and drinks as new data reveals most of us fall victim to clever hard-to-resist specials, despite our healthy intentions.

Female friendship is more powerful than ever with Cancer Council's Girls' Night In

Wednesday 28 September 2016
Women are being encouraged to host a Girls' Night In during October to raise money to support the 5,600 Victorian women who will be diagnosed with a breast or gynaecological cancer this year.

Cancer Council Victoria welcomes VCAT FOI ruling on sensitive data

Tuesday 27 September 2016
Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed a Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) ruling that British American Tobacco will not be granted access to data files containing information provided by thousands of Australian school children.

Footy legend scoffs at idea that bowel test is ‘too hard’

Thursday 22 September 2016
Footscray AFL legend Dougie Hawkins was “jumped on, tackled, bashed and chucked to the ground” over his 18 year career with the AFL. So as the star of a new campaign, Hawkins scoffs at the idea that doing the faecal occult blood test (FOBT) to screen for the precursors of bowel cancer is ‘too hard’ for Australians aged 50 to 74.

‘Black-market’ fears quashed as study finds Victorian solarium ban a success

Thursday 22 September 2016
Yesterday's first successful prosecution of illegal tanning operations follows the publication of a new study that shows the ban on commercial solariums has led to a dramatic reduction in the availability of tanning machines in Victoria.

Ethnic leaders call on MPs to close waterpipes loophole in Victoria

Tuesday 13 September 2016
Leaders from local African and Middle Eastern communities have joined other ethnic groups in calling for MPs to support a proposal before the Victorian Parliament to bring waterpipe use, sale and advertising into line with other tobacco laws.
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