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        Bowel cancer is Australia’s second biggest cancer killer. Cancer Council is encouraging eligible Australians to participate in the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. When your kit arrives in the mail – make sure you do the test, it could save your life.?

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        The Australian Government has updated the cervical cancer screening program for women. Cancer Council's leading experts have come together to explain what this means for you.

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        With your help, our research is making an impact

        The exciting breakthroughs and discoveries made by Cancer Council researchers are all thanks to the generosity of our supporters. Learn more

        Aged 50-74? Put your mind at rest.

        Bowel cancer is Australia’s second biggest cancer killer. Cancer Council is encouraging eligible Australians to participate in the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. When your kit arrives in the mail – make sure you do the test, it could save your life. Read more

        Informed Financial Consent

        Read more about Cancer Council's draft statement on Informed Financial Consent and provide your feedback. Read more

        What does this mean for me?

        The Australian Government has updated the cervical cancer screening program for women. Cancer Council's leading experts have come together to explain what this means for you. Tell me more

        Help us reach our vision of a cancer free future

        Your support helps us fund vital cancer research, run life-saving education programs, and support the thousands of Australians affected by cancer each year who need our help. Donate now

        With your help, our research is making an impact

        The exciting breakthroughs and discoveries made by Cancer Council researchers are all thanks to the generosity of our supporters. Learn more
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        Opposition’s skin cancer prevention campaign would save lives and money

        13 April 2019 |

        Getting slip, slap, slop, seek, slide back on the agenda

        The federal Opposition’s plan for an $8.6?million national sun protection awareness campaign would significantly reduce the social and economic costs of skin cancer, according to Cancer Council Australia.

        Chair…

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        Cancer charities welcome Opposition’s $10m plan for reducing bill shock

        11 April 2019 |

        Leading cancer charities have welcomed the federal Opposition’s plan to help protect patients from the shock of unexpected medical costs through a $10 million plan to embed informed financial consent into the health system.

        The federal Opposition has committed to build on work started in the not-for-profit sector by Cancer Council Australia, Breast Cancer Network Australia, Prostate Cancer…

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        Opposition’s $40m plan to revive national anti-smoking campaign could save 55,000 lives

        10 April 2019 |

        Cancer Council Australia has commended the federal Opposition for its $40 million commitment to revive Australia’s landmark National Tobacco Campaign, which could prevent more than 55,000 deaths and save at least $740 million in healthcare costs.

        Cancer Council Australia CEO, Professor Sanchia Aranda, said the Opposition’s $40 million plan would be the most significant investment in anti-smoking…

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        Reducing smoking rates to 10% by 2025 could prevent almost 100,000 lung cancer deaths

        5 April 2019 |

        Cancer Council calls on governments to revive tobacco campaigns to reduce Australians risk of lung cancer

        New Cancer Council research shows 100,000 lung cancer deaths could be avoided this century if smoking rates are reduced to 10% by 2025, prompting calls for renewed Government action in tobacco control.

        Currently over 12% of Australians are daily smokers…

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        Cancer Council welcomes federal Opposition’s ‘landmark’ $2.3b cancer care plan

        4 April 2019 |

        Cancer Council Australia has welcomed the federal Opposition’s $2.3 billion commitment to reduce cancer inequities through strengthening Medicare and the public hospital system and fast-tracking drug subsidies.

        Cancer Council Australia CEO, Professor Sanchia Aranda, said the plan was a “landmark” moment towards improved outcomes…

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        Closing the gap in Australia’s second biggest cancer killer

        22 March 2019 |

        Cancer Council has launched a new campaign to encourage more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to take part in Australia’s free national bowel screening program.

        A report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare released last year suggests that 4 out of 5 eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians may be missing out on a simple test that could save their…

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        Opposition’s skin cancer prevention campaign would save lives and money

        13 April 2019 |

        Getting slip, slap, slop, seek, slide back on the agenda

        The federal Opposition’s plan for an $8.6?million national sun protection awareness campaign would significantly reduce the social and economic costs of skin cancer, according to Cancer Council Australia.

        Chair…

        Read more

        Cancer charities welcome Opposition’s $10m plan for reducing bill shock

        11 April 2019 |

        Leading cancer charities have welcomed the federal Opposition’s plan to help protect patients from the shock of unexpected medical costs through a $10 million plan to embed informed financial consent into the health system.

        The federal Opposition has committed to build on work started in the not-for-profit sector by Cancer Council Australia, Breast Cancer Network Australia, Prostate Cancer…

        Read more

        Australian Cancer Research - Are we really getting closer to a cancer free future?


        11 December 2018

        With Australia investing millions of dollars in cancer research every year and daily news bulletins endlessly promoting promising breakthroughs, it's no surprise that the Australian community wants to be reassured that the work taking place around Australia is really making a difference.

        Continue reading Australian Cancer Research - Are we really getting closer to a cancer free future?

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        Young or old, there's nothing healthy about a tan


        23 November 2018

        As a dermatologist I see a lot of damaged skin. I can still remember my first melanoma death. He was a young man in his thirties with three small children. It was a tragedy.

        Continue reading Young or old, there's nothing healthy about a tan


        Here are the nine things you should know about the new cervical screening program.


        10 September 2018

        Australia's new cervical screening program is good news for all of us with a cervix. A more sophisticated test means that the early signs of cervical cancer can be picked up one step earlier, helping to further improve early detection.

        Continue reading Here are the nine things you should know about the new cervical screening program.


        Every cancer patient should be prescribed exercise medicine


        7 May 2018

        Every four minutes someone in Australia is diagnosed with cancer. Only one in ten of those diagnosed will exercise enough during and after their treatment. But every one of those patients would benefit from exercise.

        Continue reading Every cancer patient should be prescribed exercise medicine

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        How does sunscreen work, what is SPF, and can I tan with it on?


        9 January 2018

        Sunscreen use not only reduces the risk of skin cancer and sunburn, it also reduces the ageing effect of the sun. But whenever summer rolls around, it's easy to forget the basics ? like, how should I apply sunscreen? How long should I wait after applying it to go in the sun, and how long can I stay in the sun with it on? And how does it work anyway?

        Continue reading How does sunscreen work, what is SPF, and can I tan with it on?


        Australian Cancer Research - Are we really getting closer to a cancer free future?


        11 December 2018

        With Australia investing millions of dollars in cancer research every year and daily news bulletins endlessly promoting promising breakthroughs, it's no surprise that the Australian community wants to be reassured that the work taking place around Australia is really making a difference.

        Continue reading Australian Cancer Research - Are we really getting closer to a cancer free future?

        Categories:


        Young or old, there's nothing healthy about a tan


        23 November 2018

        As a dermatologist I see a lot of damaged skin. I can still remember my first melanoma death. He was a young man in his thirties with three small children. It was a tragedy.

        Continue reading Young or old, there's nothing healthy about a tan


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