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How Ebony walked her way through cancer

Sunday 19 July 2020

Exercise is the last thing most cancer patients want to do after chemotherapy. But for Ebony, a mum of two and a Walking Star, it helped her through her ordeal with breast cancer.

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Heavier alcohol consumption through COVID-19 has widespread impact

Friday 17 July 2020

People in Australia are drinking more since coronavirus escalated. The impacts are far reaching – affecting the physical and mental wellbeing of many Australians.

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You’re helping to kick-start cancer immunotherapy

Wednesday 15 July 2020

Thanks to your support, an exciting new $1.5 million research project could soon see better treatments helping more people survive a cancer diagnosis.

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The Lyall Watts Mesothelioma Research Fund

Tuesday 7 July 2020

Despite living with a demoralising cancer, Lyall never considered himself a victim. 

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Thank you for all that you do

Friday 26 June 2020

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

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Queen’s Birthday Honours

Thursday 25 June 2020

Three award recipients have been involved with Cancer Council Victoria in governance, research and prevention, making significant impacts on improving outcomes for those affected by cancer.

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John Colebatch - a pioneering cancer researcher

Tuesday 23 June 2020

John Colebatch (1909-2005) was the pioneer of paediatric chemotherapy in Australia. Thanks in part to his work, most children now survive cancer.

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Coronavirus sparks concern for smokers

Friday 12 June 2020

Emerging evidence suggests that people who smoke are more likely to develop infection with COVID-19 and experience its symptoms. Thanks to you, Quitline is ready to help anyone who wants to quit smoking.

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Finding the secrets of cancer super survivors

Friday 12 June 2020

An ambitious new project is studying a group of unique individuals who are seemingly immune to cancer. This could be the beginning of a whole new field of cancer research.

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