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Living with cancer and loss at Christmas

Christmas can be difficult for people living with cancer and who have experienced a major change or loss in their life. These tips aim to help you make the most of this holiday season.

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You don't have to be big to make a big impact

Wednesday 31 October 2018

After his aunty passed away from cancer and his grandpa was diagnosed, 10-year-old Kyen decided to sell his prized footy card collection to raise money for Cancer Council.

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Clinical trial gives Ryan precious time

Thursday 1 November 2018

Ryan was 32, fit and healthy, and had never smoked a day in his life, when he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer.

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Funding boost for hard to treat cancers

Tuesday 30 October 2018

Ground-breaking research which is investigating a new way to treat cancer, has received a major funding boost.

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The girl with one eyelash

Six-year-old cancer patient Hayley lost her hair during cancer treatment.  Dad, Andrew, photographed this one eyelash that clung on for weeks.

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The value of carers

Thursday 18 October 2018

Looking after someone with cancer is often something you just do. It’s part of your relationship so the word ‘carer’ may seem unfamiliar. This week we celebrate National Carers Week to say thank you and acknowledge the impact this role may have on your life.

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Styling headwear with confidence

Thursday 18 October 2018

If you are experiencing cancer-related hair loss, our new range of videos can help you choose and style your headwear with confidence. Watch tips from experts Dr. Susan Carland and Dianne Haynes on wearing and styling a headscarf or wig.

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Frequently asked questions about cancer pain

Thursday 18 October 2018

With release of the latest edition of Overcoming Cancer Pain, Dr Tim Hucker answers some frequently asked questions about cancer pain. Dr Hucker knows all about this topic as one of Victoria's leading pain specialists and lead reviewer of our booklet.

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What to Expect - a guide to your cancer care

Thursday 18 October 2018

It’s normal to feel uncertain about what happens after a cancer diagnosis. To help, we’ve developed the What to Expect guides for 19 different cancer types. Each guide covers all expected stages of cancer care from diagnosis to treatment and living with cancer.

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