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      Watch our latest video: Changing the lobster nation

      From the 1980s till today, Cancer Council has been front and centre in skin cancer prevention. Join us as we take a step back in time to the campaign that started it all – Slip! Slop! Slap!

      With your help, we’ve come a long way in skin cancer prevention, but as long as the sun shines on Australia, we won’t stop working to reduce melanoma rates and save lives.

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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.

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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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      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.?

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      Get sun set.

      Cancer Council has launched a national campaign, reminding Australians to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide using the latest range of sun protection products.?

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      Watch our latest video: Changing the lobster nation

      From the 1980s till today, Cancer Council has been front and centre in skin cancer prevention. Join us as we take a step back in time to the campaign that started it all – Slip! Slop! Slap! Learn more
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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
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      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
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      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
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      Get sun set.

      Cancer Council has launched a national campaign, reminding Australians to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide using the latest range of sun protection products. Find out more
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      Watch our latest video: Changing the lobster nation

      From the 1980s till today, Cancer Council has been front and centre in skin cancer prevention. Join us as we take a step back in time to the campaign that started it all – Slip! Slop! Slap! Learn more
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      Global survey highlights actions Australians want on cancer

      4 February 2020 |

      World Cancer Day survey shows Australians most concerned about affordable and equal access to cancer services

      This World Cancer Day (Tuesday 4 February), Cancer Council Australia is calling for more action to reduce inequities in cancer outcomes, following a new global survey showing nearly half (45%) of all Australians believe Government…

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      Leading health groups welcome new recommendations for embedding smoking cessation in healthcare

      28 January 2020 |

      Cancer Council Australia and Quit Victoria have welcomed new smoking cessation recommendations released today by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, saying the latest guide highlights the crucial role of health professionals in supporting smokers to quit and notes there is insufficient evidence to endorse the use of e-cigarettes for cessation.

      The new evidence-based guidelines,…

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      Power tools and asbestos don’t mix – especially at Christmas

      19 December 2019 |

      Power tools are always a popular choice at Christmas for DIY enthusiasts, but this year Cancer Council is encouraging gift recipients to do a free online course to minimise the risk of asbestos related disease in the future.

      Professor Tim Driscoll,…

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      Cancer Council research shows sun mistakes putting Aussies at risk

      19 December 2019 |

      With the UV index at extreme levels and many Australians aiming to beat the nationwide heatwave, Cancer Council Australia is reminding Australians to be vigilant about their sun protection, with new data showing we are making simple mistakes when it comes to protecting ourselves from sunburn.

      The latest data from the National Sun Protection Survey has shown that nearly 40% of adults who…

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      Bowel cancer campaigns could save over 4300 Australian lives

      3 December 2019 |

      Cancer Council Australia calls for extended Government investment to continue to increase screening program participation

      New research released today has highlighted the lifesaving potential of promoting bowel cancer screening, showing that a national four-year awareness campaign could prompt over one million Australians to participate in the screening program and…

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      Independent experts back stronger government stance on e-cigarette threat

      2 December 2019 |

      Leading independent health groups have backed a whole-of-government statement issued today highlighting?concerns about “the?direct?harms?e‐cigarettes?pose?to?human?health”.

      Cancer Council Australia, the Public Health Association of Australia, Lung Foundation Australia and Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand commended all nine federal, state and territory governments, and federal…

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      Global survey highlights actions Australians want on cancer

      4 February 2020 |

      World Cancer Day survey shows Australians most concerned about affordable and equal access to cancer services

      This World Cancer Day (Tuesday 4 February), Cancer Council Australia is calling for more action to reduce inequities in cancer outcomes, following a new global survey showing nearly half (45%) of all Australians believe Government…

      Read more

      Leading health groups welcome new recommendations for embedding smoking cessation in healthcare

      28 January 2020 |

      Cancer Council Australia and Quit Victoria have welcomed new smoking cessation recommendations released today by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, saying the latest guide highlights the crucial role of health professionals in supporting smokers to quit and notes there is insufficient evidence to endorse the use of e-cigarettes for cessation.

      The new evidence-based guidelines,…

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      What’s the bravest thing we can do for cancer this World Cancer Day?


      4 February 2020

      February 4 is the 20th anniversary of World Cancer Day and this year we are celebrating the progress Australia has made in cancer, while recognising that there is still a long way to go to reach a cancer free future.

      Continue reading What’s the bravest thing we can do for cancer this World Cancer Day?

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      The birth of Slip, Slop, Slap and the science behind nation-wide behaviour change


      23 January 2020

      Former Cancer Council Victoria CEO, David Hill, shares how science was used to change a nation's attitude towards skin cancer and its prevention with iconic programs and campaigns such as ‘Slip, Slop, Slap,’ and ‘Timebomb.’

      Continue reading The birth of Slip, Slop, Slap and the science behind nation-wide behaviour change

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      What happens to your skin when you get sunburnt? A dermatologist explains


      22 November 2019

      Too many Australians pay with their lives for their past sun exposure, with over 2,000 dying from skin cancer each year. The good news is skin cancer is primarily a preventable cancer.

      Continue reading What happens to your skin when you get sunburnt? A dermatologist explains


      Globally, and at home, we need a plan to reduce cancer inequalities.


      31 July 2019

      Australia has some of the best cancer survival rates in the world, but unfortunately this success story masks some stark inequalities. For instance, Australia’s most disadvantaged populations are 37 percent more likely to die of cancer than the richest.

      Continue reading Globally, and at home, we need a plan to reduce cancer inequalities.


      Why men with cancer need improved emotional support throughout their cancer experience


      5 July 2019

      The focus on men’s physical health in preventing cancer is important, but it’s also critical that we promote men’s emotional health, particularly for those living with cancer.

      Continue reading Why men with cancer need improved emotional support throughout their cancer experience


      What’s the bravest thing we can do for cancer this World Cancer Day?


      4 February 2020

      February 4 is the 20th anniversary of World Cancer Day and this year we are celebrating the progress Australia has made in cancer, while recognising that there is still a long way to go to reach a cancer free future.

      Continue reading What’s the bravest thing we can do for cancer this World Cancer Day?

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      The birth of Slip, Slop, Slap and the science behind nation-wide behaviour change


      23 January 2020

      Former Cancer Council Victoria CEO, David Hill, shares how science was used to change a nation's attitude towards skin cancer and its prevention with iconic programs and campaigns such as ‘Slip, Slop, Slap,’ and ‘Timebomb.’

      Continue reading The birth of Slip, Slop, Slap and the science behind nation-wide behaviour change

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