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Turn mindless eating into mindful meals

Our top tips for eating more mindfully (your waistline will thank you!). more ...

Farewell and Congratulations to our Education and Research Director, Terry Slevin

It's the end of an era here at Cancer Council WA as we farewell our Education and Research Director, Terry Slevin. more ...

Joe ‘Bushie’ Bush kicks back at Milroy Lodge thanks to Dry July

Bushie has been staying at Milroy Lodge for almost three months while he receives treatment in Perth for lung cancer. more ...

Dani and Emma walk for James

This year marks 10 years since Emma's brother, James, passed away from brain cancer. more ...

Looking for loved ones: a skin check buddy could save your life

Research out today shows melanomas are more likely to be detected early by married couples, as partners keep a watch on skin spot changes. more ...

2018 Research Excellence Awards celebrate 3 of WA's brightest researchers

Congratulations Prof Rob Newton, Prof Anna Nowak and Dr Chan Cheah more ...

$3.7m boost for WA cancer research in 55th year of Cancer Council WA awards

Today we've announced $3.7m funding for 68 WA cancer researchers and 33 projects as part of our annual cancer research funding program. more ...

Mother's Day Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

The perfect Mother's Day gift! more ...

Exercise and cancer

What to do and where to start. more ...

Meet our Wig Service Volunteer, Christine!

Christine has recently been nominated for Volunteering Australia's Spirit of Volunteering Award. Read more about her story here! more ...

Irene credits yoga with helping in her recovery

Despite a battle with cancer, Irene remains remarkably positive & credits yoga with helping in her recovery. more ...

We visit Albany to celebrate our 60th Anniversary

2018 marks a significant year for us as we celebrate 60 years of operation by touring WA to debunk some of the most common cancer myths. more ...

Kids in the kitchen

Research shows that when kids are involved with food (from gardening to choosing, shopping, cooking... and cleaning up!) they eat healthier. more ...

A guide to talking to kids about cancer

Learn how to pick up on signs of distress in children and provide age-appropriate support. more ...

Why does Australia have so much skin cancer? (Hint: it's not because of an ozone hole)

People with pale skin types are more vulnerable to skin cancer and, broadly, the more sun they are exposed to – and the greater the intensity of the UV radiation – the higher their risk. more ...

New resource to help close the gap in Aboriginal cancer outcomes

We've recently released a new video for health professionals who work with Aboriginal communities to increase knowledge about cancer and it's prevention, screening, early detection, treatment, and... more ...

10 years of Relay For Life

2018 marks 10 years since the Norwell family of Narrogin participated in their first Relay For Life event in 2008. Their son, John, was just 14 when he was diagnosed with brain cancer and the... more ...

25 years of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea!

2018 marks 25 years of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea more ...

Alcohol causes nearly 6,000 Australian deaths in one year, cancer responsible for one in three

Almost 6,000 Australians died from alcohol-attributable disease in a single year, about one every 90 minutes, according to new research being released today. more ...

Ray's 10 years of volunteering

It was a bittersweet moment at our Midland Hills Cancer Support Centre when Janebrook resident, Ray Belton, announced his retirement after 10 years of volunteering. more ...

Powerful new campaign encourages smokers to quit for their kids

National data reveals almost 2 in 3 Australian smokers are parents, prompting a new WA campaign calling for parents to quit for the sake of their kids. more ...

The best eggs you'll eat this Easter

As Easter chocolate starts to find its way into our homes and workplaces, our LiveLighter dietitian, Anne Finch, recommends we embrace a different sort of egg - the chicken kind. more ...

Warwick SHS students are now better protected from the sun

Warwick Senior High School students are now better protected from the harsh Australian sun thanks to a unique partnership between Cancer Council and eftpos. more ...

Work lunches that pull their weight

Check out LiveLighter's guide to healthy work lunches that won't break the bank. more ...

We’re touring WA to bust cancer myths

Everyone's heard a cancer myth, but what's true and what's false? more ...

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