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5 ways your workplace can help us beat cancer!

There's tonnes of easy ways your workplace can get involved! more ...

Celebrating the Great Vegie Crunch!

More than 27,000 West Australian kids representing over 90 schools are participating! more ...

Act now: Reduce your exposure to deadly diesel engine exhaust

The occupational groups identified to have the greatest exposure include farmers, heavy vehicle drivers, miners and metal workers. more ...

Thank you for helping make Daffodil Day a success, WA!

A HUGE thank you to everyone who supported us on Daffodil Day last week! more ...

New online tool makes it easier to support loved ones in need

Often when a loved one is affected by cancer it can be hard to know how to help. more ...

Give the Gift of Hope

Please help us raise $80,000 so more children like Kayden can have a real hope of surviving cancer and living a healthier life. Your gift today will give Kayden and other young people affected by... more ...

Find us on Daffodil Day!

Daffodil Day raises vital funds to help us continue funding research, running prevention programs and providing support for West Aussies affected by cancer. more ...

Financial hardship hits WA cancer patients

2016-17 has seen a 40 per cent increase in financial hardship payments made to cancer patients and their families as more people struggle to make ends meet while dealing with a cancer diagnosis. more ...

Vale George Ramanui

We have been saddened to learn of the passing of George Ramanui who became an inspirational guest to staff in our Lodges over the last five years. more ...

National Student Volunteer Week 2017

NSVW gives us an opportunity to reflect, showcase and celebrate the contribution of our wonderful student volunteers, who help us in our mission to reduce the impact and incidence of cancer in WA! more ...

Close shave for Shuey as students lose locks for cancer

West Coast Eagles star and our Dig Deep Ambassador, Luke Shuey kept his hair but showed off his hairdressing prowess when he took the shears and helped out at the annual Me No Hair day at a... more ...

Why is having a Will important?

50% of West Australians don't have a Will more ...

World Hepatitis Day 2017

#WorldHepDay more ...

World Head and Neck Cancer Day

4,900 Australians will face a head or neck cancer this year. more ...

"The program costs nothing, yet there is so much to be gained from it."

Congratulations to Kim Hutchinson, who was recently named a finalist in the WA Health Consumer Awards after being nominated by Rosemerry Hodgkin from our Cancer Information and Support Services... more ...

Q&A with our Business Engagement Team

We caught up with our Business Engagement Manager, Addy Wetzler for a chat! more ...

Personal Development Workshop for our Cancer Support Coordinators

Last week our Regional Support Coordinators from across the state attended a two-day Professional Development Workshop. more ...

Shout Ray a donation this Dry July

Having accessed our support services last year following his own diagnosis, Ray Divall is on a mission to raise funds for us this Dry July and support other West Aussies facing a similar situation. more ...

Monthly lunch club is a celebration of Life Now

Once a month, a varied group of individuals gather for a catch up over lunch in Balcatta. While the common factor that connects them looms large, it's a subject rarely spoken about amongst the... more ...

Resource rethink needed for cancer care

A project aiming to more closely align what cancer patients want from their treatment with how treatment is provided has secured one of our funding grants. more ...

Guest blog: Colin Melville

Seven year old, Austin Melville will perform the coin toss at our Dig Deep game this year. Austin’s Dad, Colin has written a blog post for us about losing his wife and the mother of his children... more ...

"Patients First" Project to improve patient care

Congratulations to our former President and Board Member, Professor Christobel Saunders, who's been awarded a Cancer Research Trust grant to conduct much-needed research into improving care... more ...

Q&A with Professor Eva Segelov

Professor Segelov will be presenting our upcoming free cancer update lecture – ‘Improving cancer care through clinical trials’ more ...

Crawford and Milroy Lodge renovations to accommodate more patients

We expect to be able to accommodate an estimated 300 extra country cancer patients in Perth each year. more ...

Tips for talking to kids about cancer

These general guidelines may help you to pick up on signs of distress in children and provide age-appropriate support. more ...

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