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Could brain cancers be starved to death?

New research suggests it's possible. more ...

Child care sector gets Slip Slop Slap right

WA's youngsters who attend childcare are officially the most SunSmart bunch in the state. more ...

16 Cancers

This powerful WA-made campaign highlights both the common and lesser-known cancers that can be caused by smoking and emphasises the immediate and long-term consequences these cancers can have on a... more ...

Let us help tick peace of mind off your to-do list

More than 50% of West Australians don't have a Will, potentially leaving their loved ones with unnecessary stress and uncertainty when they're gone. more ...

February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

This Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month we're asking women to talk about ovarian cancer and understand the symptoms. more ...

Forty storeys of hope

Imagine stepping off the roof of a 40-storey office building with nothing to hold onto except a rope! more ...

Bringing more hope to people like Tony

Tony Speechley and his wife Heather have spent approximately six of the past twelve months at our Milroy Lodge in Shenton Park while Tony undergoes treatment for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in Perth. more ...

The ultimate bbq spread

The long weekend is the perfect time to fire up the barbie and have a catch-up with family and friends. Are you keen to swap the usual greasy snag and coleslaw dripping with mayo for something a... more ...

Four ways to stick to healthy eating at work

Given that we spend on average a third of our day at work, it's just as important to create healthy habits at work as it is at home. When we consume healthy food and drinks at work it helps to... more ...

Dot's Place Peel recognised for supporting the Mandurah region

Our Dot's Place Peel team were recognised recently for their continued support for those impacted by a cancer diagnosis in the Mandurah/Peel region. more ...

Don't let the sun see your DNA!

That's the tag line from SunSmart's new summer skin cancer campaign. Produced by Cancer Council WA and supported by Healthway and Department of Health, the campaign uses a special UV camera... more ...

200,000 cancers could be avoided over 25 years if Australians get active and maintain a healthy weight

World Cancer Day 4 February 2019 more ...

How healthy is the food the grandies are giving your kids while you're at work?

How healthy is the food the grandies are giving your kids while you're at work? The common perception is probably ‘too many lollies!', but most are actually doing okay. more ...

Help us bring hope to those touched by cancer

All you need is a ticket, and a little bit of hope more ...

Q&A with Dr Ryan Sullivan

Our Cancer Council Update Series bring new research findings to the community and shine a light on important cancer issues. more ...

Karratha pharmacy helping in the fight against cancer

We have recently teamed up with Karratha Pharmacy 777 to address smoking cessation and early cancer detection in the Pilbara. more ...

Cleaning Up Junk Food In Sport – It’s Just Not Cricket

Public health groups are calling on elite sporting clubs to clean their act up as new research shows mums and dads are sick of major sports codes partnering with junk food companies that put... more ...

Have you heard about our Complementary Therapy program?

What are complementary therapies and how can they help people affected by cancer? more ...

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