We run free cancer education programs, forums and seminars for people with cancer, and their family and friends.
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Bronte and Wilko of Hit 106. 3 Canberra Radio are joining forces with Cancer Council ACT as Relay For Life ambassadors on Sunday 3 April at the AIS athletic track.
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Golfers across Canberra are challenging themselves to playing up to 72 holes in a single day, to raise vital funds for Cancer Council ACT’s research, prevention and support services.
The Quit Pack provides practical information to help you plan and quit smoking. The Quit Pack is free for individuals living in the ACT and immediate regional areas.
After extensive senior experience in the Royal Australian Air Force, Phil retired as a Wing Commander and moved to the not-for-profit sector, where his working career culminated in his appointment as CEO of a major medical charity.
Quitting smoking is the single best thing you can do for your health and to reduce your risk of cancer. No matter how long you have smoked, quitting will benefit your health now and in the future.