This World No Tobacco Day, Cancer Council tobacco control experts are calling for people who smoke to ‘Commit to Quit’ after calculating that you can feed a family of six a healthy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks for a whole day for the price of a pack of 25 cigarettes.
Cancer Council welcomes in winter as local UV levels drop. The End Of May is Hats Off Day for Canberra primary schools and early childhood centres.
Cancer Council is calling for increased support for younger Australians to get active following new data revealing that only 1 in 6 (16%) Australian secondary school children (aged 12 – 17 years) meet the recommended guidelines for physical activity.
We would like to hear how people in the ACT travel to their cancer treatment.
A free talk for people with cancer, their family and friends with guest speaker Rob Tranter. Rob will speak about his personal story of living with cancer and how he has learnt to live with uncertainty.
Please give today so that people like Erin can celebrate birthdays.
Go alcohol-free in July to raise funds for people affected by cancer. You’ll be helping to continue providing our vital 13 11 20 Cancer Information and Support Line for all Australians affected by cancer
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to millions of tobacco users saying they want to quit. Commit to quit today and sign the pledge.
Tahnee Bass shares her story on why she’s been hosting a Biggest Morning Tea for the past six years. Read her story here.