Women should have the opportunity for a more personalised, less invasive treatment of breast cancer. Donate now and help make this trial a reality for more mothers and daughters across Australia.
I've had about 12 or 13 surgeries. You know you go to a hospital too much when you walk in the door and you see nurses and they recognise you and say hello and they know your name.
When the women in our lives get sick, it affects everybody. That's what the boys at St Joseph's College learned when their teacher assigned them the task of hosting a Girls' Night In last year.
This Daffodil Day, every daffodil, every donation, grows hope. Hope for better treatments. Hope for more survivors. And hope for a cancer-free future. Help grow hope by registering or donating.
This July Essendon is teaming up with Cancer Council Victoria to give you the chance to get your hands on limited edition, signed guernseys from our players. This is all part of our involvement with the Cancer Council's Call to Arms campaign.
There's plenty you could do to raise money for cancer. But why bother when you can do nothing? Join the Non-a-thon on Friday August 24. Do nothing to do something about cancer.
I recall coming back up from Sydney and I was with my father in law. I just said, "I'm not going to see the kids." And um, he just said, "We take it one day at a time."
Our passionate fundraisers tell some stories of what they've done to help fight cancer and why. The options are limitless from shaving your head to organising functions or completing endurance events. What will you do?
Professor Graham Giles discusses the epidemiology research behind the forgotten cancers project and where it might lead.
By supporting Daffodil Day, you can help families like Morgyn's to fight cancer.
Host David Cotter takes us on an inside tour of the Tuxedo Junction Ball, including a preview of performers and interviews with guests.
How do participants describe the Relay For Life experience? Find out from our fundraisers themselves.
Featuring Tim Cahill, Andrew Welsh and Tim Mannah. Register your sports club to wear yellow armbands and raise funds to help fight men's cancer.
Without people's incredible energy, and their generosity and their donations, we couldn't do what we set out to do every day.
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What is cancer?
Cancer is a disease of the cells, which are the body’s basic building blocks.
Types of cancer
Information about the diagnosis and treatment of different cancer types.
Understand more about treatments that you may undertake. Find your local treatment centre in metropolitan and regional Victoria.
Find out more about advanced cancer including what it is, how it is treated, what might happen and what support is available.
Children, teens and young adults
Understand more about when cancer is diagnosed in children, teen and young adults and how to manage the needs of the child, family, friends and community.
Genetics & risk
Understand more about the role genetics has in cancer risk and how to find out more if you are concerned about a family history of cancer.
Cancer information for aboriginal communities.
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A holiday break
Free short breaks for those affected by cancer and their families.
Connect and learn
Our wig service is free, private and personalised. We offer an extensive range of synthetic wigs along with headscarves, beanies and cotton caps.
Legal and financial
Facing end of life
Cancer services guide
Cancer information and support services for Victorian Aboriginal communities.
Managing daily life
Common side effects
Understand the common reactions people have when they are diagnosed with cancer and suggestions for adjusting to the diagnosis.
Learn about the importance of exercise and its benefits during and after cancer treatment. Includes tips and example exercise techniques.
Understand the grief experienced when losing someone close to you and find out ways to live with the loss.
Holidays and travel
Learning to relax
Tips for ways to cope with the emotional impact of cancer.
Life after treatment
Information to assist you with the emotional, physical, practical, spiritual and social challenges you may face now that treatment has finished.
Understand more about nutrition and eating well during and after cancer treatment.
Sexuality and intimacy
Information and tips for people with cancer and their partners to help understand and deal with the ways cancer and its treatment may affect your sexuality.
Early detection offers one of the best chances of cure.
Eat a healthy diet
Be a healthy weight
Convincing evidence links obesity to various cancers.
Be physically active
We're working to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Scientific work funded in universities, hospitals and research institutes.
Victorian Cancer Registry
We register details of all cancer diagnoses to keep statistics.
A centre studying population groups and their characteristics.
Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer
Our Forgotten Cancers Program
Our Forgotten Cancers Program is committed to improving survival for less common and low survival cancers.
Meet our researchers
Team of researchers who have expanded our understanding of cancer.
In Australia, any research involving humans must consider ethics.
Search our research
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Education and training
Cervical Screening Providers
Cancer Council Victoria is dedicated to supporting the work of Nurse Cervical Screening providers.
Resources for dietitians
Network of specialist health care professionals.
Clinical practice guides
Optimal Care Pathways
Review of the Optimal Care Pathways (formerly known as Patient Management Frameworks).
Referral information for Legal and Financial Assistance Programs.
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Join the fight against cancer and volunteer with us.
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Honour your loved one
Create a unique and lasting space to remember your loved one, or give a gift in memory.
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Make a lasting contribution when you celebrate your next special occasion.
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Research awards are a chance to fund a specific type of cancer research.
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News from Cancer Council Victoria and stories of those affected by cancer.
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Cancer Council Victoria is a company limited by guarantee governed by a Board of Directors who are advised by committees.
Annual review, newsletters, booklets, information sheets and videos.
Download our detailed reports on our achievements each year.
Snapshots of people and events from our long history.
Aboriginal communities peoples' health is everyone's responsibility.
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