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.
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.
The ACT cancer community needs your help now - more than ever! Please show your local support and donate now.
Cancer research is in a race against time. You can help us win. Each year, Daffodil Day is a day to remember all those whose lives have been touched by cancer.
Spring greetings to everyone! It’s lovely to have some warmer days and some sunshine to brighten what has been a few very dark months for all.
Warmer days bring with it the risk of skin damage, even on cloudy days, so it’s important to be SunSmart.
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.
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