Canberra is going ‘Yellow for Hope’ this Daffodil Day.
Canberra is going ‘Yellow for Hope’ this Friday 28 th August for Cancer Council’s much-loved campaign, Daffodil Day.
Tackling Tobacco - A new program for the ACT
Cancer Council ACT is very pleased to be a recipient of the ACT Government’s Healthy Canberra Grants: Focus on Reducing Smoking Related Harm.
Daffodil Day Thank You
We are incredibly grateful to our Canberra community for your amazing and generous support this Daffodil Day Appeal. Together, we have raised over $70,000 towards our vision of a cancer free future.
Cancer Council ACT 2019-20 research grant recipient announced
We are proud to announce that the 2019-20 Cancer Council ACT Research Grant recipient is Dr Keisuke Horikawa at the John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU.
Host Relay for Life at your school in 2022
Cancer Council ACT invite Canberra Schools to ‘Relay Your Way’ this April and host their own Relay For Life event on campus.
Hats On Reminder For ACT Schools & Early Childhood Services
With Spring just around the corner, Cancer Council ACT says it’s important for Canberra schools, early childhood services and all outdoor workers to think ultra violet (UV) not heat.
Cancer Council ACT encourages a quit smoking attempt for World No Tobacco Day 31st May 2020
World No Tobacco Day is this Sunday, 31st May and Cancer Council ACT supports the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) global campaign to encourage all young people to join the fight to become a tobacco-free generation.
Silica dust - the cancer risk tradies cannot see
Cancer Council raises awareness of silica dust risk during National Safe Work Month (October). New fact sheet on silica dust and cancer risk now available.
Number of Australians living with or beyond cancer to surge 72% by 2040.
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).
You can feed a family of six for a whole day for the price of a pack of cigarettes
This World No Tobacco Day, Cancer Council tobacco control experts are calling for people who smoke to ‘Commit to Quit’.