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Brooke running in memory of her dad

Beechboro resident Brooke Beardman is running in memory of her dad for this year's HBF Run for a Reason. more ...

Cancer Council WA congratulates Cancer Council Australia's CEO on international award

Cancer Council WA congratulates Cancer Council Australia's CEO Professor Sanchia Aranda for receiving international nursing award. more ...

WA bosses get behind Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

WA business leaders have stepped out of the boardroom to pop the kettle on in support of ABMT more ...

New research to predict risk of primary liver cancer in people living with chronic liver disease

A University of Western Australia researcher is using a Cancer Council WA grant to predict the risk of primary liver cancer in 16,000 West Australians living with chronic liver disease. more ...

2000 burpees for CCWA? Hear Levi's Reason

Armadale resident Levi Kissick-Ponga is raising $1 for Cancer Council WA for every burpee he can perform ahead of this year's HBF Run for a Reason. more ...

Biggest Morning Tea blooms in Applecross

Applecross resident Mary Easterbrook is holding a special Biggest Morning Tea this Thursday. more ...

$4 million boost to foster WA cancer research

A vital funding boost with Cancer Council WA announcing $4 million for researchers and projects more ...

LiveLighter takes the fight to junk food

The LiveLighter Campaign is today urging West Australians to reduce their consumption of junk food as a key strategy to reduce the epidemic of overweight and obesity. more ...

Successful campaign returns to help regional West Aussies Find Cancer Early

A successful awareness campaign targeting people living in regional WA will hit television screens again this year. more ...

Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery ambassador Mike Hussey speaks to Nathan, Nat and Shaun on Nova

Cancer Council WA ambassador Mike Hussey spoke with the Nova breakfast crew this morning about the Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery. more ...

Cancer Council WA launches Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery

A 1 in 15 chance to win in Cancer Council WA's first ever ‘Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery’ more ...

New transport to treatment for Peel and Rockingham cancer patients

Peel and Rockingham cancer patients can now get to treatment more easily with Cancer Council WA launching a dedicated transport service in March. more ...

Jack's Big Cut turns into a big surprise for nine-year-old fundraiser

After more than two years of growing his hair for charity, Jack Churchman got it lopped off today by none other than West Coast Eagles Luke Shuey and Andrew Gaff. more ...

Self-check to catch skin cancer before it spreads

The ‘Is it? Isn’t It?’ website is aimed at educating people on the importance of detecting potential skin cancers by thoroughly checking their own skin on a regular basis. more ...

The March Charge - Australians called upon to challenge themselves this month

Cancer Council calls on people to help run, ride or swim down cancer more ...

New figures show men still more likely than women to get cancer

New Cancer Registry WA 2014 report provides a snapshot more ...

New cancer information hub at St John of God Midland Public Hospital

A new cancer information hub provided by Cancer Council WA has opened for patients and family members at St John of God Midland Public Hospital. more ...

Healthy Living after Cancer a phone call away

A new telephone service designed to help cancer patients return to a healthy lifestyle after treatment is now available in WA. more ...

"Sponge" campaign to put the squeeze on smoking

After a successful run in 2014, the Make Smoking History "Sponge" anti-smoking campaign will hit TV screens again this Valentine's Day. more ...

Australian cancer prevalence exceeds 1 million: new estimates

Time to rethink management of our most feared disease more ...

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

February, Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, helps us to raise awareness of ovarian cancer and directs our focus as a community on the disease and its impact on those affected. more ...

Supporting World Cancer Day

February 4 2016 is World Cancer Day. more ...

Kick-start your kids' school year with healthy lunches

Planning the contents of children's lunch boxes is just as important as the contents of their school bag. more ...

Volunteers sought for ovarian cancer survivor trial

St John of God Subiaco Hospital is seeking ovarian cancer survivors interested in volunteering for a trial evaluating the effectiveness of mindfulness meditation courses to help manage fears about... more ...

Pamper package perfect for Coodanup cancer survivor

A competition provided by Cancer Council WA and the Parmelia Hilton Perth for people affected by cancer is helping reduce the burden of the disease. more ...

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