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Daffodil Day - Hope Blooms in August

Monday 27 July 2009
One in two people will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85. If you think this is one too many, buy a daffodil in August and give hope to all those touched by cancer.

Free Greek cancer update: 24 August

Friday 24 July 2009
Greek people affected by cancer are encouraged to attend a free Living with Cancer Education Program at St Vincents Hospital on Monday 24 August.

10,000 Australians demand bowel cancer screening

Monday 20 July 2009
Cancer Council’s community-based advocacy campaign (www.getbehindbowelscreening.com.au) has motivated 10,000 Australians to call for expansion of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, amid new research showing 93% of bowel cancer patients can survive if diagnosed early.

Consumers want regulation of SMS, email, web & pay TV marketing to kids

Sunday 19 July 2009
Australian consumers want the government to stamp out the many avenues used by junk food companies to reach children such as games on websites, email promotions, text messages and pay TV, according to Jane Martin, Senior Policy Adviser for the Obesity Policy Coalition.

Mildura raises cup and $25,000 for cancer research

Monday 13 July 2009
Mildura residents have raised an impressive $25,000 through Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea this year to support the 250 locals diagnosed with cancer each year.

Yarra Ranges Relay For Life

Monday 13 July 2009
Yarra Ranges residents are preparing for what organisers expect to be the most memorable local event this year – the Cancer Council Victoria’s Yarra Ranges Relay For Life.

Chronic shortage prompts call from Cancer Council

Thursday 9 July 2009
A chronic shortage of family members and close friends who have cared for someone with cancer has prompted the Cancer Council to call for volunteers and reduce the feelings of isolation attached with such care.

Arts Awards Melbourne Exhibition

Friday 3 July 2009
Providing a creative voice for Australians touched by cancer, Cancer Council Victoria is proud to open its inspiring Arts Awards Exhibition at 120 Collins St, Melbourne on Sunday 19 July 2009.

Brain cancer survivor joins Call To Arms

Wednesday 1 July 2009
Cancer Council Call To Arms supporter James Logan was only 31 when he discovered he had a malignant brain tumour. Heavily involved with his football club, he's helped lead the club's Call To Arms fundraising activities to fight cancer in men.

Professor David Hill, AO, honoured with National Drug & Alcohol Award

Monday 29 June 2009
The Director of Cancer Council Victoria, has been acknowledged with the Honour Roll Award at the National Drug and Alcohol Awards (NDAA), presented at the culmination of Drug Action Week, Friday 26 June 2009, in the Great Hall of Parliament House in Canberra.

PapScreen Victoria celebrates its 18th birthday

Wednesday 24 June 2009
Since PapScreen Victoria was established in 1991, one woman's life has been saved from cervical cancer every week, so as the program turns 18 there are hundreds of reasons to celebrate.

Sun sets on solariums: number of solarium sites cut in half

Sunday 21 June 2009
The sun is setting on the solarium industry as effective legislation coupled with more informed consumers are having a dramatic impact on the industry, according to SunSmart Manager, Sue Heward.

Time is running out for free cancer vaccine

Monday 15 June 2009
Women aged 18 to 26 are being urged to get their first dose of the vaccine by 30 June 2009. The vaccine helps to protect women against cervical cancer and also protects against 90% of genital warts.

Quit calls for the great Australian ‘smoko' to be renamed

Friday 12 June 2009
Quit has called on fellow Australians to get behind a push to change the name of a work break from 'smoko' to 'quito', saying the term no longer represents the habits of most Australians, and could act as a trigger for those trying to quit to have a cigarette.

What's On: Clash For Cancer 2009

Tuesday 9 June 2009
The 4th annual Clash For Cancer AFL match between founding partner Essendon Football Club and the Melbourne Football Club will kick off Cancer Council’s 2009 Call to Arms campaign on Friday 19 June.
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