Australians could be unknowingly increasing their skin cancer risk, with new data released by Cancer Council today showing that 40 percent of Australians are still confused about which weather factors cause sunburn.
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Canteen's TRUCE program supports young people aged 14 - 25 who have a parent with cancer.
The number of Australians living with or beyond cancer is expected to increase by a staggering 72% in the next 22 years Cancer Council has revealed today, in a report released ahead of World Cancer Day (Sunday 4 February).
Cancer Council share their top tips for a healthy start to the the new school year when it comes to healthy lunchboxes and sun protection.
Two Mindful Moments groups will start in February 2018.
Applications now open for Cancer Council ACT Research Grants for 2018-19
A number of Members of the ACT Legislative Assembly will be in the hot seat today as they have their skin checked to help promote the vital importance of self-examination and early detection in the prevention of skin cancer.
This week is National Skin Cancer Action Week and new data shows more than 2.7 million Aussies are still getting sunburnt on summer weekends.
Cancer Council raises awareness of silica dust risk during National Safe Work Month (October). New fact sheet on silica dust and cancer risk now available.