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Adolescents tone down tanning 10 years on attitudes to tanning improve, but sun protection neglected

Monday 17 November 2014
New findings from Cancer Council’s National Sun Protection Survey show Australian adolescents are developing healthier attitudes towards tanning, but there is still room for improvement.

Cancer Council pleased to see health prevention on Victorian agenda

Monday 17 November 2014
Cancer Council Victoria welcomed yesterday’s announcement that a re-elected Liberal government would commit $127.2 million to tackle rising rates of obesity and chronic illness.

Greens' Public Health Action Plan a positive step forward says Cancer Council

Thursday 13 November 2014
Cancer Council Victoria has welcomed the announcement by the Victorian Greens of a major new public health policy ahead of this month's state election.

Call for better protection at work from cancer

Friday 7 November 2014
Victorian laws should be improved to better support and protect workers from occupational cancers according to Cancer Council Victoria.

Leading health and community groups applaud Vic Govt bold change to liquor licence fees

Wednesday 5 November 2014
A coalition of leading health and community groups has congratulated the Minister for Liquor and Gaming Regulation, Edward O'Donohue for taking a health-centred approach to liquor licencing with the announcement of a rise in fees for large supermarket-style liquor barns.

Summit of experts and leaders call for new national strategy to stop alcohol harm

Thursday 30 October 2014
The National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA) has welcomed the call from this week's national summit of experts and leaders for a new national alcohol strategy to address Australia's harmful drinking culture.

Obesity emerges as major cancer risk factor for Victorians

Sunday 26 October 2014
More Victorians are now at risk of being diagnosed with cancer because they are overweight or obese with Cancer Council Victoria naming this as a major cancer risk factor.

Unite in Pink for women’s cancers

Friday 24 October 2014
Victorians are encouraged to purchase Pink Ribbon Day merchandise today, Friday 24th October, to raise funds for breast and gynaecological cancers.

Thyroid cancer rates soar in Victorian women

Wednesday 15 October 2014
Cases of thyroid cancer are on the rise in Victoria with the cancer type recording one of the fastest growing incidence rates over the past three decades.

Top 5 skin cancer myths debunked as Vic heads into peak UV season

Monday 6 October 2014
As the UV levels begin to rise across the state, skin cancer experts gathered in Melbourne today to debunk the myths about sun protection and cancer at the launch of a new book designed to set the record straight.

1,300 Victorians could be saved with regular bowel screening

Monday 6 October 2014
Seniors Festival a reminder for seniors to take care of their bowels.

Bigger is better: new study looks at how large health warnings help smokers quit

Friday 3 October 2014
Size does matter when it comes to cigarette warning labels according to a study that surveyed smokers in multiple countries including Australia.

Support for families coping with a child with cancer

Thursday 2 October 2014
In partnership with childhood cancer experts, Cancer Council Victoria has launched new online resources to ensure everyone affected by childhood cancer gets the right information and support.

Large Victorian study confirms abortion is not a breast cancer risk factor

Monday 29 September 2014
A collaborative research team from Cancer Council Victoria, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and The University of Melbourne has confirmed that abortion does not increase the risk of developing breast cancer, after analysing prospective data gathered from more than 24,000 Victorian women over 18 years.

Fat chance of a fair game: New sports drinks proposal will mislead consumers on nutritional information, experts warn

Tuesday 23 September 2014
The Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) is warning that proposed changes to food regulations could allow popular sports drinks with nearly as much sugar as soft drink to carry health claims, which could mislead the public into thinking they were healthier choices than water.
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