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No Duff-ence: beer found to breach code by appealing to kids

Friday 5 September 2014
The Alcohol Policy Coalition (APC) applauds a recent decision under the Alcohol Beverages Advertising Code (ABAC) to uphold a complaint against Woolworths' "Duff" beer.

OPC applauds Greens' policy to phase out junk food advertising from junior sport and outdoor areas

Friday 5 September 2014
The Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) applauds The Greens on the launch of its new plan to combat harmful advertising to children and urges other political parties to follow suit.

Counter-advertising protects parents from junk food marketing

Monday 1 September 2014
New research reveals that counter-advertising could be part of the solution to combating unhealthy food choices in the children's snack food aisle, but children can't be expected to accurately interpret the counter-advertisement on their own.

Health experts urge young women to have regular Pap tests after the release of concerning new research

Monday 1 September 2014
Cancer Council Victoria and Victorian Cytology Service Inc are reminding young women that even if they’ve had the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, regular cervical screening is still essential to prevent cervical cancer.

Women urged to put their own health first during Women's Health Week

Monday 1 September 2014

Cancer Council Victoria is urging women to put their health first and take steps to reduce their cancer risk during Women's Health Week (1–5 September).

Tobacco industry’s plain packaging predictions a bust, new research shows

Friday 29 August 2014
NEW research published today suggests that several of the tobacco industry's major predictions about the introduction of plain packaging have not been borne out.

AFL Players urging fans to Make More Memories

Thursday 28 August 2014
As part of a new partnership between the AFL Players’ Association and Cancer Council Victoria, AFL footballers are challenging footy fans to have the harder conversations with the men in their lives to ensure they’re around in the future to make more memories.

Top smoking triggers revealed as Quit launches new animated campaign

Sunday 24 August 2014
Quit Victoria has launched a ground-breaking new campaign to assist smokers to recognise and effectively respond to, the impulse to smoke.

Cancer survival increase: 1 in 25 Victorians have had cancer

Friday 22 August 2014
A record number of Victorians are living longer after a cancer diagnosis, according to new Cancer Council Victoria data released for Daffodil Day today.

Media statement: Improving Cancer Outcomes Bill 2014

Friday 22 August 2014
The Victorian Government has undertaken a review of the Cancer Act 1958 and as part of this consulted with Cancer Council Victoria about changing its governance structure.

Victorian Aboriginal healthy eating campaign

Tuesday 19 August 2014
Cancer Council Victoria and the Heart Foundation, in partnership with the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO), are launching a campaign to encourage Victorian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members to make small changes to their eating habits for better health and wellbeing.

First graphic obesity TV campaign launched in Victoria

Sunday 17 August 2014
Victorians will come face-to-face with the health impacts of ‘toxic fat' as the state's first ever, hard-hitting campaign about the risks of being overweight or obese is launched today.

Growing divide in cancer patient survival

Tuesday 12 August 2014
People with rarer cancers face the same poor prognosis of a generation ago, according to new data.

Daffodils to provide beacon of hope

Monday 11 August 2014
The daffodil will once again provide a symbol of hope for all affected by cancer this Daffodil Day, Friday 22 August.

Media Statement

Friday 8 August 2014
No reliable evidence exists of an association between abortion and breast cancer according to Cancer Council Victoria and Breast Cancer Network Australia.
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