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Georgia's journal of hope

Last year, 27-year-old Georgia Nedkoff was diagnosed with aggressive stage four Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and as a result, underwent nine months of intense cancer treatment. more ...

Our Ugly Xmas Rashies are here!

Introducing our NEW cockatoo print! more ...

THE WAIT IS OVER: Grand Getaway Lottery tickets on sale NOW!

Turn $50 into $160,000 CASH more ...

Swing into action for charity!

Calling all thrill-seekers! Are you willing to take the plunge to help support West Aussies affected by cancer? more ...

Talking to someone with cancer

It's normal to feel lost for words, no matter how close you are with the person who has cancer. more ...

Breast cancer in men

90% of breast cancer in men is diagnosed after the age of 50. more ...

Are you confused about sunscreen?

Sunscreen has been proven to prevent skin cancer, including the most deadly type - melanoma more ...

Q&A with our Marketing and Communications Officer, Serena!

We chat to Serena about her progression from intern to full time employee. more ...

Regional WA communities to benefit from new ‘Find Cancer Early' funding

Find Cancer Early program $1.6 million expansion. more ...

Our Lodge extensions are now complete!

$2 million Lodge extension project for WA country cancer patients. more ...

The Three Gs

Three Lodge guests, who aren't afraid of getting their hands dirty, have been helping out with the gardening at our Milroy Lodge accommodation in Shenton Park. more ...

4 Healthy Spring Food Swaps

If you're after a finger food with wow-factor try our colourful frittata, rice paper rolls or wonton cups. more ...

Lose a little and gain a lot with a healthy lifestyle

The biggest factor driving your risk of cancer is what you put in your mouth and how active you are. more ...

Silica dust - the cancer risk tradies cannot see

With new estimates showing that over 230 lung cancer cases in Australia each year are caused by exposure to silica dust in the workplace, we're calling for tradies to be more aware of cancer risks... more ...

Looking after yourself when looking after someone with cancer

Becoming a carer for a loved one or family member who has cancer can be a sudden adjustment or a gradual process. Either way, carers are bound to experience a range of different emotions about... more ...

Inspiration for the ULTIMATE Girls’ Night In

The options for your GNI are endless! So, we have compiled some ideas to help you get started. more ...

Are you doing your breast to be aware?

Our FREE 5 Signs Guide and waterproof bathroom hanger make it easier to spot new breast changes. more ...

Kayden's Story

When Kayden Gaffney was three and survived surgery to remove an aggressive brain cancer, doctors described him as a miracle boy. Surgeons around the world now discuss his case and other "child... more ...

4 food myths debunked!

With so many food myths out there today, it can be confusing to know what's true and what's false. more ...

Harleys with heart

When you think of motorbikes, you don't normally think pink. But that's not the case for Perth Harley Davidson and the Swan River Chapter of the Harley Owners Group who don their finest pink... more ...

New anti-smoking media campaign puts spotlight on emphysema

Recent data has shown that mass media anti-smoking campaigns remain an effective tool to help motivate smokers to quit. more ...

Q&A with Professor Peter Grimison

Professor Grimson will be presenting our upcoming free cancer update lecture - ‘Medical Cannabis for cancer care: current research in Australia ' on October 19. We spoke with him about what his... more ...

Three Decades of Volunteering

Innaloo grandmother Kay Donatti is a volunteer with an incredible track record having clocked up countless hours of commitment over nearly three decades of service with us! more ...

Sacred Heart tips crunch'o'meter

Sacred Heart Primary School in Thornlie have been a certified Crunch&Sip school for over two years now. Last week, they were one of the 90 schools to participate in The Great Vegie Crunch! more ...

What do carcinogen classifications actually mean?

Often, there can be confusion around the meaning of the carcinogen assessment system. more ...

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