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Wyndham wins award at Relay For Life State Conference

Friday 5 September 2008
Wyndham’s reputation for being generous and supportive is growing with the local community receiving recognition from The Cancer Council Victoria at the recent Relay For Life State Conference.

Show your support for Victoria's proposed tobacco reforms

Tuesday 2 September 2008
The Victorian Government is proposing new tobacco reforms. Take a moment to voice your support online and help protect kids from the harms of tobacco.

Cancer Council proud of Melbourne Awards finalist

Monday 1 September 2008
Dr Amanda Hordern of the Cancer Council Victoria has been honoured for her work to cancer services at the Melbourne Town Hall as part of the Melbourne Awards.

ACMA’s children's TV standards fail to provide protection

Thursday 28 August 2008
As childhood obesity continues to escalate in Australia, the Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) has condemned new draft Children's Television Standards for failing to adequately protect the children.

OPC calls for national approach to junk food advertising

Thursday 28 August 2008
The Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) today applauded the South Australian and Queensland governments for their leadership in considering ways to protect young people from junk food advertising.

Australian to lead the world in cancer fight

Wednesday 27 August 2008
Professor David Hill, Director of The Cancer Council Victoria, will begin his role as President of the International Union Against Cancer (UICC) on 27 August 2008 at the World Cancer Congress in Geneva.

Inspired Italian community digs deep to raise over $12,400

Wednesday 27 August 2008

Nearly 400 Italian residents of the City of Wyndham showed their community spirit at a fundraising event for The Cancer Council Victoria that raised over $12,400 for the fight against cancer.

Global survey highlights the need for cancer prevention campaigns to correct misbeliefs

Wednesday 27 August 2008
GENEVA, Switzerland – Many people hold mistaken beliefs about what causes cancer, tending to inflate the threat from environmental factors and minimising the hazards of behaviours well established as cancer risk factors.

Major US report concludes tobacco promotion and advertising increases tobacco use

Saturday 23 August 2008
A new report released in the United States has concluded tobacco promotion and advertising causes increased tobacco use and depictions of smoking in movies can prompt youths to smoke.

Today is Daffodil Day

Friday 22 August 2008
With over 300,000 Victorians diagnosed with cancer since Daffodil Day began 15 years ago, we urge you to buy a daffodil on Friday 22 August, and send a message of hope.

Health groups welcome Vic Government’s 5-year tobacco plan

Thursday 21 August 2008
Peak health groups have nominated removing cigarettes from shop displays and extending smokefree areas to cars as keys to the Victorian Government's new 5-year tobacco strategy.

Greek cancer update: 29 August

Friday 15 August 2008
Greek people affected by cancer are encouraged to attend a free Living with Cancer Education Program at the Austin Hospital on Friday 29 August.

Shades of Glory: Entries sought for SunSmart awards

Friday 15 August 2008
The search is on to find Victoria’s best shade initiative in the 2008 SunSmart Shade Awards. For the first time, workplaces, sports clubs, schools, childhood centres and local government can enter.

Vietnamese breast cancer update

Friday 15 August 2008
Vietnamese women affected by breast cancer and their family and friends are encouraged to attend a free Living with Cancer Education Program at the Western Hospital on Tuesday 26 August.

Study suggests graphic health warnings on cigarettes may reduce teen smoking

Tuesday 12 August 2008
Graphic health warnings on cigarettes may lower teenagers' intentions to smoke, according to a new study looking at the smoking uptake of over 4,000 Australian school students.
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