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Thank you for all that you do

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Our photo gallery acknowledges the work of our amazing supporters who are dedicated to a cancer free future.

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Amazing Change™ Giveaways. Join the fight against cancer

We are excited to announce a new national partnership with social enterprise digital fundraising Amazing Change™, which aims to make donations to support cancer a two-way street.

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“Dig deep and fight.” Kate and Ava’s story

Wednesday 16 February 2022

Kate was pregnant with her daughter Ava when she was diagnosed with stage two colorectal cancer.

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Thank you for all that you do

Wednesday 16 February 2022

Our photo gallery acknowledges the work of our amazing supporters who are dedicated to a cancer free future.

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Cancer Support during Covid-19

Thursday 10 February 2022

With a surge of COVID-19 cases throughout the community and conditions changing rapidly, it’s a critical time for Cancer Council Victoria to provide support for people affected by cancer.

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“If cancer doesn’t get me, COVID’s going to.”

Wednesday 12 January 2022

Kathrine’s immunocompromised, in remission from ovarian cancer, and has tested positive for COVID. This is her experience. 

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“It’s got to be better.” Advocating for greater regional support

Wednesday 8 December 2021

Paul didn't mind the two hour commute from his regional hometown to Melbourne for his cancer treatment – but it was an entirely different story when it came to getting support.

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Increased biobank funding will deliver more cancer breakthroughs

Wednesday 13 October 2021

The Victorian Cancer Biobank has received $6 million in funding to continue its vital work over the next three years. This funding will improve the lives of people facing cancer.

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Getting the jab is helping people with cancer take back control

Wednesday 13 October 2021

Our new research of more than 1,500 people diagnosed with cancer reveals the vast majority are getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

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