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Join our cost of cancer focus group

Tuesday 24 March 2020

Cancer can be expensive. Join our focus group and share your experience to help others and influence change.

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Afterburn: the impact on people affected by cancer

Thursday 19 March 2020

For people affected by cancer the bushfires have had far-reaching affects. Our Holiday Break property owners share their heartbreak of what remains of their property. 

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International HPV Awareness Day

Wednesday 4 March 2020

March 4th is International HPV Awareness Day. If you’re aged 25-74 and have a cervix, you need a Cervical Screening Test every five years.

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Unhealthy product marketing to kids

Thursday 19 March 2020

A revolutionary new method to monitor how products that increase the risk of cancer are marketed to children, is one of five research projects newly funded under Cancer Council Victoria’s $2.3million Venture Grants program.

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Cancer care for all Australians

Thursday 19 March 2020

 We need to do more. This ground-breaking report shines a stark light on the experiences of trans and gender-diverse Australians in general health care and cancer care.

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Ginger fluff, a croquet club and a cone of silence

Thursday 19 March 2020

What makes a successful support group - Ararat organisers share their tips after 20 years

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Share your cancer experience with Peter Mac 

Thursday 19 March 2020

Peter Mac’s researchers are looking to learn from your experiences of cancer and treatment to advance the search for cancer cures. Become a community representative - you don’t need a science background.

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Reducing travel costs for patients

Thursday 19 March 2020

As part of our ongoing work to reduce the costs of cancer, Cancer Council Victoria has made a submission to the Parliament of Victoria’s Inquiry into Expanding Melbourne’s Free Tram Zone.

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Teenage cancer patients and adult clinical trials

Thursday 19 March 2020

Cancer Council Victoria supports US  guidelines  being adopted in Australia to increase the access of young Australians to potentially effective therapies and better outcomes.

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