Cancer Council ACT will be relocating to its new office in Deakin at the end of August.
ACT Health is currently offering free ‘No Smoking’ signs for local businesses, community groups and body corporates. There are 1600 signs available. Apply now.
A University of Canberra research project looking at the communication experiences of people diagnosed with cancer, their carers and health professionals.
A free six week mindfulness course run by ACT Health's Cancer Counselling Service for people with cancer and their family carers.
National Tobacco Control Scoreboard 2018- The results are in! View the top 4 actions required for the ACT.
Cancer Council ACT fundraisers out and about in Canberra over April and May looking to inspire new monthly donors.
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.
Pre - order the NEW 2018/19 Entertainment Book now and receive up to $200 on bonus Early Bird Offers - but hurry this is a limited time offer.
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).