Have you recently completed treatment for cancer? Life after cancer treatment is not always as expected. A free 6 week program.
Cancer Council ACT is proud to continue to support local cancer researchers who strive to improve treatments for cancer and with the ultimate goal of a cancer free future.
The peak bodies responsible for sun safety advice in Australia and New Zealand have adopted a new policy on sunscreen use, recommending that people apply it daily as part of a regular morning routine.
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. Explore Cancer Council's interactive Lunch Box Builder.
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea is Cancer Council's most popular fundraising event and the largest, most successful event of its kind in Australia.
Cancer Council ACT provides information and support to people accessing palliative care as well as their families as friends.
During the week of the 20th to 26th May Australia says thank you to the 6 million Australians who volunteer their time.
Toward the end of May we witness daily UV levels in the ACT drop and stay low (under 3) which signals the start of the Hats Off period.
In the lead up to World No Tobacco Day on the 31 May, Cancer Council ACT is encouraging all smokers to have a go at stopping smoking, even if it is just for one day.