This Friday (25th August) there will be more than 25,200 daffodils (2,520 bunches) for sale across most shopping centres in the ACT.
Amaroo School in the ACT is one of 18 schools around Australia to receive a grant through the eftpos Shade for Secondary Schools Program.
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.
New AIHW report shows mesothelioma rates expected to rise in coming years.
ACT residents encouraged to sign up for a free Living Well After Cancer Program - Sat 29th April 2017.
World Cancer Day on 4 February 2022 will focus on inequities in cancer care under the theme ‘close the care gap’. Cancer Council ACT wants to help close the care gap by highlighting the inequities of cancer care that have, and continue to, occur throughout the COVID pandemic.
There are some things in life we only do once, but for a bold group of Canberra women, they will be celebrating 21 years of incredible achievement in March 2020 when they participate in Cancer Council ACT’s 21st annual Relay For Life.
We are pleased and extremely excited to announce that Canberra Relay For Life 2020 remains strong and will continue in a different way... Virtual - Relay Your Way! REGISTER NOW.
Canberra is going ‘Yellow for Hope’ this Friday 28 th August for Cancer Council’s much-loved campaign, Daffodil Day.
Cancer Council ACT is very pleased to be a recipient of the ACT Government’s Healthy Canberra Grants: Focus on Reducing Smoking Related Harm.