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Publication profile: Our range of practical factsheets

Tuesday 13 March 2018

We offer a range of free factsheets to help guide you through financial and practical questions you may have when diagnosed with cancer.

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A conversation with Sara, Practical Support Program Manager

Tuesday 13 March 2018

Meet Sara, our Practical Support Program Manager. Read on to find out about Sara’s role, what practical support means and get a glimpse into a typical working day for Sara.

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Help us evaluate the Victorian Cancer Trials Link website

Tuesday 13 March 2018

Clinical trials are a gold standard treatment option, yet many people find the decision of whether to participate in a clinical trial a challenging one. Of those newly diagnosed with cancer in Victoria, only 6% are recruited into clinical trials. To increase patient access to and information about clinical trials, Cancer Council Victoria has recently improved the Victorian Cancer Trials Link website.

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Join us for the 20th anniversary of Relay For Life

Tuesday 13 March 2018

The year 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Relay For Life in Australia. The first Relay For Life took place in Murrumbeena, Victoria; 261 participants raised $75,000 for Cancer Council Victoria. Twenty years on, Relays are now held in every State and Territory, with more than 134,000 participants raising over $14 million each year for Cancer Councils across the country.

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7 myths about sun protection

There are many myths about sun protection. To keep you and your loved ones safe this summer, we’ve dispelled seven of the most common claims we’ve heard going around.

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John's story

“I was diagnosed two weeks before my wedding.” John’s survived cancer, not once, but twice. The second time with a baby on the way.

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Kaitlyn's story

I was the picture of perfect health, a fit person. Then I was diagnosed with brain cancer.

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New research shows Australians living with or beyond cancer to soar by 2040

1 in 18 Australians will have been diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime by 2040; cancer survival rates are the highest they have ever been.

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Research student tackles most common childhood cancer

Antonia's project aims to understand why some children relapse from the most common form of childhood leukaemia.

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