Page 1 of 6, Total results: 132

National Skin Cancer Action Week 2018

Each year Cancer Council and the Australasian College of Dermatologists come together for National Skin Cancer Action Week. more ...

Cancer care champion Paul Katris honoured in scholarship program

Our Honours and Masters scholarships, designed to foster the careers of young cancer researchers in Western Australia, will be renamed in honour of our much-loved and greatly missed colleague Paul... more ...

WA women urged to have regular Cervical Screening Tests

We're urging women in WA to make an appointment for a Cervical Screening Test if they are due or overdue. more ...

South Perth business' Blueprint for cancer support

We celebrate five years of partnership with Blueprint Wealth. more ...

Six ways to take action against skin cancer

With the weather warming up, now is a great time to remind ourselves how easy it is to take action against the harmful effects of the sun. more ...

Concern over new junk food outlet in Northam

Environmental factors influence weight as well as individual behaviour. more ...

WA Community Support For Sugary Drinks Tax

Our Cancer Council WA LiveLighter survey has found Western Australians want a tax on sugary drinks. more ...

Around the world in 7 dinners

Eating healthy doesn't have to be boring! Taste the world in 7 days with these fresh new recipes from our LiveLighter team. more ...

Meet Hayley, our Cancer Support Coordinator in the South West

Meet Hayley, our Cancer Support Coordinator in the South West more ...

Warning for WA workers to beware hidden cancer-causing agents

It's estimated that 3.6 million Australian workers could be exposed to one or more cancer causing agents in their workplace. more ...

Anti-Poverty Week: Let’s improve cancer outcomes for everyone

Poor health is often a consequence of poverty - this includes an increased risk of cancer. more ...

WA cancer carers more distressed than patients

Ninety percent of cancer carers in WA are experiencing dangerous levels of distress, higher than levels experienced by patients. more ...

WA's Melanoma Hotspots

The new Australian Cancer Atlas shows you cancer diagnosis rates and deaths in your town or suburb. more ...

Smoking and mental health

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

LIMITED EDITION Bonnie and Neil swim range!

We've teamed up with talented design duo Bonnie and Neil to create an exclusive, limited edition swimwear and summer accessory range! more ...

Australia set to eliminate cervical cancer by 2035

Australia is set to become the first country in the world to eliminate cervical cancer following the success of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccination program and the changes to the National... more ...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: breast cancer in men

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women of all ages, but it also occurs in men. more ...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

After non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in Australian women of all ages. more ...

7 Tips for spring cleaning your lifestyle

Spring has sprung and the change of season is the perfect opportunity to start making healthier lifestyle choices. more ...

Tips for talking to someone with cancer

There isn't one perfect script - what you say will depend on your relationship and your own experiences. However, it's important to try and be empathetic and understanding. more ...

WA becomes the first state to ban kids from selling tobacco

We congratulate the State Government for passing the Tobacco Products Control Amendment Bill 2017. more ...

Learn more about our free Wig Service

Our free Wig Service offers an extensive range of wigs, turbans, beanies and scarves in a range of styles and colours. more ...

Spring back to a healthy routine

Research shows winter weight gain is common. more ...

Bowel cancer screening - your questions answered

Australia has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world, but the good news is it's one of the most preventable cancers. more ...

Volunteer support in the hospital

Did you know that Cancer Council WA has Cancer Information Hubs at some of the major hospitals in Perth? At our Fiona Stanley Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Cancer Information Hubs, we... more ...

Page 1 of 6, Total results: 132