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Smoking and mental health

Smoking is a highly addictive behaviour that can have a negative impact on our mental health. more ...

School fundraiser celebrates 20 years

Over the past 20 years, students at John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School have raised over $100,000 for us! more ...

Thanks for supporting our #PinkRibbonDay street appeal!

The generosity we received from the thousands of you who stopped to give us a donation or buy a pin or pen warmed our hearts more ...

Levi’s World Record Attempt

Levi has broken a Guinness World Record AND raised over $8,000 for us at the same time! more ...

Free Sunday Fun-day for families!

Finding time to have fun with your kids can be incredibly difficult when you’re a parent with cancer. To help you take a break and meet other families in a similar circumstance to you, we’re... more ...

We’re painting Perth Pink today!

Today is our #PinkRibbonDay street appeal! more ...

Congratulations Professor Christobel Saunders

Professor Christobel Saunders who was recently inducted as a fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. more ...

What’s the difference between SPF30+ vs. SPF50+?

The SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of a sunscreen is a measure of how well it protects the skin from sunburn. more ...

How does tobacco smoking contribute to poverty?

For Anti-Poverty Week (16th-22nd October) our Make Smoking History team are highlighting the impact tobacco smoking has on people living in poverty and our ongoing commitment to reducing it. more ...

Helen, the cancer 'cure'sader

Helen made the brave decision to chop off her ponytail to raise funds through her Do It For Cancer page. more ...

Is your school a SunSmart School?

Helping children and teenagers to be SunSmart at school is vital as the sun damage to our skin that causes skin cancers in later life occurs in primarily during our schooling years. more ...

Coping with cancer - exercise

Exercise can help manage some of the common side effects of treatment, speed up your return to your usual activities, and improve your quality of life. more ...

Upcoming information sessions

As part of our Life Now program we hold regular, FREE information sessions for cancer patients and their carers. We have a range of sessions coming up that may be of assistance to you. more ...

Meet our REO for the Great Southern Region, Janet McBride

Find our more about our REO for the Great Southern Region more ...

Explainer: Immunotherapy

Radiotherapy and chemotherapy are two well-known forms of cancer treatment. But what is immunotherapy? more ...

Ugly Xmas Rashies Have Arrived!

Our Ugly Xmas Rashies are the must-have Christmas gift this year more ...

3.6 million Aussies exposed to cancer-causing agents at work annually

We're calling for greater cancer awareness in the workplace, following new estimates that about 130 workers are diagnosed each year in Australia with lung cancer as a result of work-based exposure... more ...

New eftpos grants help protect teens in Warwick and Churchlands

Warwick and Churchlands teens will be better protected from the sun thanks to funding from eftpos more ...

The Pink Ribbon Day street appeal is coming! Here’s how you can help on October 21st

Friday, October 21 is our #PinkRibbonDay street appeal! more ...

Meet our Cancer Support Coordinator for the Hills region, Christina Line

Find out how Christina can help you. more ...

Coping with cancer - talking to kids about cancer

To help you navigate through this sensitive issue we have compiled some tips on discussing all stages of cancer with children. more ...

Meet some of the amazing volunteers who joined us for #DaffodilDay last month.

We spoke to some of our incredible volunteers about why they chose to get involved with Daffodil Day. more ...

Has your dog helped you through your cancer recovery?

Has your dog helped you through your cancer recovery? Or has your dog inspired (or forced!) you to be more active than you once were? more ...

Coping with cancer - caring for a loved one

When someone you love has cancer things can change for everyone. Caring can be both a wonderful and a challenging experience. It is important that you learn about the needs of the person you are... more ...

SunSmart doesn't mean daggy!

Today, the 18th annual Telstra Perth Fashion Festival kicks off. Unfortunately, our SunSmart range didn’t get a gig (perhaps an admin error?), so we’ve compiled some of our must-have SunSmart... more ...

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