Latest cancer council News

Two-thirds of people affected by cancer are missing out on vital information and support
Protect your skin this winter
Grants successes for cancer support services
Alcohol. Think Again campaign empowers parents to keep under 18s alcohol free
6 tips to shop healthy and save at checkout
West Aussies encouraged to ditch booze in July to help people affected by cancer
Tips for quick and easy meals
Emotive approach to new Make Smoking History campaign
Cancer Council warns urgent intergovernmental action is essential to stop an epidemic of e-cigarette use among young people
What NSW Government’s IPTAAS announcement means for regional and rural cancer patients
Cancer Council NSW welcomes announcement from NSW Government to improve financial assistance for cancer patients
New data shows higher survival rates for childhood cancers
Marion’s confidence in providing palliative care
Cancer Council WA President receives Officer of Order of Australia
Addressing e-cigarette use among school children
NRL legends help tackle bowel cancer
“Being a man I looked at it and thought, I’ll be right”
Aussies urged to take half-time toilet break for bowel cancer this State of Origin series
New alcohol harms campaign
New research highlights challenges of melanoma diagnosis
1.4 million Australians will die of cancer in next 25 years without intervention
New research: 1.4 million Australians will die of cancer in next 25 years unless governments intervene now
New alcohol harms campaign to launch
Call for more smoke-free areas in regional WA
Cancer Council calls for urgent investment in National Tobacco Campaign, as May 31 marks World No Tobacco Day
Covid barriers to finding cancer early
Quitting smoking is key to both your own health and health of our environment
Cancer Council encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians to get screened
New University Council member brings governance, legal and business expertise to table
Sneak peak of our new alcohol harms campaign
Cancer Council great national resource for doctors
Importance of patient voices in cancer treatment
NSW government seizes $1m of illegal e-cigarette products in 19 weeks
Benefits of going dry this July
Four things you should know about bowel cancer screening 24 May
Australia for UNHCR announces leadership change
Ann finds support when needed most
South Hedland champion becomes face of new appeal for cancer support services
Supporting people recovering from alcohol and drugs to quit smoking
People with disabilities need greater support to quit smoking
You can feed family of six for whole day for price of cigarette pack
“I’m very grateful” – Anne’s story of hope and ovarian cancer
Relaunch of campaign to target bowel cancer screening for Aboriginal West Australians
Relaunch of campaign to increase bowel cancer screening amongst Aboriginal West Australians
Rise in demand for legal and financial support for cancer patients due to cost of living increase
6 ways quitting smoking improves your health
How Diane uses her cancer experience to support others
World Ovarian Cancer Awareness Day: 7 symptoms to take seriously