Surge in cancer prevalence in Western Australia over past 20 years

A new study has found the prevalence of cancer in WA has jumped more than 250% since 1992. more ...

10 tips to avoid another Christmas of wasted food and ballooning credit card debt

Plan your Christmas food budget to avoid a bin full of wasted food and debt more ...

The ultimate Christmas gift for 2014 revealed - quit smoking

Give your kids the ultimate gift this Christmas and quit smoking more ...

Bunnings urges 'kNOw Asbestos' learning course for Christmas home renovators

Bunnings teams up with Cancer Council WA to alert customers to free 'kNOw Asbestos' online course more ...

WA's first Cancer Prevention Research Unit opens at Curtin University

Professor Simone Pettigrew to head up a new research unit on cancer prevention at Curtin University more ...

Lights, camera, action as Crawford Lodge theatre room officially opens

Thanks to the generous support of our Dry July supporters our Crawford Lodge guests have added comfort more ...

An open letter to Government Members of WA Parliament

Cut skin cancer risk. Turn off commercial UV radiation machines now. more ...

Edgy SunSmart fashion hits the streets

Encouraging fashion designers of tomorrow to think SunSmart more ...

Geraldton school wins $10,000 worth of shade

Mt Tarcoola Primary School is the lucky winner of a shade competition run throughout WA more ...

Gavin's story - a deadly warning to reassess 'cool'

A Perth tradesman is on a mission to save lives after losing his brother to melanoma more ...

Report reveals huge costs to be saved from further cuts to smoking rates

A new report reveals $1.3 billion could be saved in WA if smoking rates fall to 4% more ...

Waroona District High School helps put skin cancer in the shade

A new shade structure has been unveiled at Waroona District High School more ...

The streets of WA turn pink for the Pink Ribbon day appeal

Get behind the Pink Ribbon day appeal and turn WA pink today. more ...

Regional WA GPs star in new ad with simple reminders of how to 'Find Cancer Early'

Five regional GPs have taken a lead role in the latest effort from the 'Find Cancer Early' campaign more ...

Scratching beneath the surface of 'the Australian cancer' - launch of CSIRO skin cancer book

'Sun, Skin and Health', the first definitive guide to skin cancer is being launched today. more ...

Changes to Cancer Council services

More specialised exercise programs for cancer patients and their families as CCWA redirects donors' funds. more ...

Waters an inspired choice for AFL Community Leadership Award

Cancer Council WA has paid tribute to the West Coast Eagle Beau Waters more ...

Breast Imaging Company Receives Heavy Penalties for Duping Women

Cancer Council WA believes fine for breast imaging company will result in fewer women being duped more ...

Crawford Lodge freshened up thanks to Dulux

A team of Dulux painters have recently given Crawford Lodge a new lease of life more ...

Survey finds drinkers warm to cancer warnings on alcohol labels

Cancer warning statements on alcoholic drinks may be effective, survey finds. more ...

Daffodil Day helping to provide extra care for country cancer patients

A new Cancer Council WA service to help country cancer patients more ...

Help hope bloom this Daffodil Day!

Help us make a difference by supporting Daffodil Day this Friday, 22nd August. more ...

Show you care: volunteer on Daffodil Day

Cancer Council WA is putting a call out for volunteers to help with Daffodil Day. more ...

Thousands of lives saved in bowel cancer screening rollout

The complete rollout of the national bowel cancer screening program is a welcome move more ...

Zita's Story

One of Make Smoking History's most recognised ad campaigns has been relaunched. more ...

FOODcents marks magic milestone while continuing to dish up loads of healthy food tips

A program educating West Australians how to cook healthy food on a budget celebrates a special anniversary more ...

New field of targeted drug therapy the focus of research grant

New ways of delivering drugs into tumours is being explored by a local cancer research team more ...

$3 million boost for cancer research

Cancer Council WA has announced $3.2 million funding for cancer research. more ...

Local support for cancer patients growing

Cancer Council WA is launching a new cancer support group in the Rockingham and Peel region. more ...

Update on e-cigarettes

The use of e-cigarettes is certainly a topical issue and no doubt will continue to spark debate in the community in the future. more ...

Second unproven breast cancer testing company "misleading and deceptive"

The Federal Court has found a second business guilty of false and misleading conduct more ...

The cook, the chef and the cuppa team up

Anna Gare and Herb Faust team up as ambassadors for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea more ...

Federal Court Decision on deceptive breast cancer testing service sounds warning to others

Federal Court Decision sounds warning for businesses engaged in deceptive breast cancer services more ...

Cancer Council call for volunteers to join complementary therapy team

The complementary therapy program run from our Midland office is looking for new volunteers more ...

Education seminars reaching directly out to patients

A new series of patient education seminars will be run across the metro area more ...

New report shows cancer the number 1 global killer

Australia has one of the world's highest cancer incidence rates. more ...

Sponge ad re-wrung to urge smokers to quit

A highly successful ad from the 1970s has been revamped for a new campaign more ...

New research underlines need for WA to follow suit on solarium ban

Calls for a ban on solariums in WA have been strengthened by new research published today more ...

Top tips for a healthy back to school

Instigating healthy lunchboxes are a great way to kickstart the new school year more ...

Cancer Council and eftpos put skin cancer in the shade

Applications for now open for WA high schools to receive up to $25,000 to install shade structures. more ...

Relay For Life events to go ahead as planned

Despite fire destroying sheds containing Relay For Life equipment at the weekend, all Relay For Life events will go ahead as planned. more ...

Tips for being SunSmart this Summer

Some SunSmart tips for this weekend as the mercury climbs. more ...

A New Year's Resolution that makes FOODcents®

Why not take control of your finances and health as a New Year Resolution. more ...