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Finding the right support when you need it most is important to your overall wellbeing as you manage the news of a diagnosis, treatment and life after cancer.

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Information and support 13 11 20
Support in your language 13 14 50

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Family and friends

Understand more about supporting someone affected by cancer including family, friends and work colleagues. Read more

Holiday break program

Free short breaks for those affected by cancer and their families.

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Connect and learn

Connect with others as well as participate in our free education programs offered in metropolitan and regional Victoria. Read more

Wig service

Our wig service is free, private and personalised. We offer an extensive range of synthetic wigs along with headscarves, beanies and cotton caps.

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Legal and financial

Having cancer can raise financial and legal issues that can be challenging. Cancer Council provides a variety of support programs and information to assist you. Read more


Sunday 1 January 2017
A cancer diagnosis can create challenges to your ability to work. Workplaces are often unsure of how to create a fair and supportive workplace, and employees are often unsure of their rights and responsibilities. Read more

Facing end of life

Understand more about what might happen physically, the emotional impact of knowing you are dying and how to prepare for death. Read more

Aboriginal communities

Cancer information and support services for Victorian Aboriginal communities.

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Cancer services Guide

This guide is an essential resource for people affected by cancer, including their family, friends and carers

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Questions about cancer?


Information and
support call

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Information in your
own language call

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Email a
cancer nurse