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13 11 20 Cancer Information and Support Line Christmas opening hours

See the 13 11 20 Cancer Information and Support Line Christmas opening hours. more ...

WIN a 12-person suite to watch Team Spain at the ATP Cup

Congratulations to the winner of our ATP Cup Raffle, Janine Hunter (ticket number 1060) Janine and her family and friends will enjoy a fantastic experience in a fully catered suite at RACArena... more ...

Power tools and asbestos dont mix - especially at Christmas

Power tools are always a popular choice at Christmas for DIY enthusiasts, but this year Cancer Council is encouraging gift recipients to do a free online course to minimise the risk of asbestos... more ...

Coping with cancer over Christmas

We've put together some tips for coping over the festive season for those living with cancer or who’ve lost someone dear to them from cancer. more ...

Renata’s passion for palliative care

One of our McLarty Scholarship winners, Renata Osario-Stevens recently completed her Master of Nursing – Chronic Disease and Palliative Care. Read about Renata’s passion for palliative care. more ...

Palliative care education for GPs in 2020

Cancer Council WA’s Palliative and Supportive Care Education (PaSCE) team have a great calendar of evidence-based education events lined up for General Practitioners in 2020. more ...

Simmone's story

Most of us have our own stories for working at Cancer Council WA and this Christmas, our Marketing & Communications Manager, Simmone has shared hers. more ...

What we've achieved in 2018/2019

We've taken the time to reflect on some of the work that has been made possible in 2019 thanks to the generosity of the WA community. more ...

Five tips to stay SunSmart this festive season

Read our top five tips for staying SunSmart and protecting yourself against skin cancer this festive season. more ...

Don't Let The Sun See Your DNA - summer skin cancer campaign

Cancer Council WA has launched it’s 2019/20 summer skin cancer campaign ‘Don’t Let The Sun See Your DNA' more ...

The Instagrammability of Pink Drinks: How alcohol is marketed to women in Australia,

A new report has uncovered the tactics the alcohol industry is using to make their products more appealing to women. more ...

How many kilojoules will you be drinking this festive season?

While we all know that alcohol is bad for our health, many people are surprised to find out about the huge number of kilojoules that alcoholic drinks contain. more ...

The high cost challenge of personalised screening for bowel cancer

Personalised screening could improve the diagnosis of bowel cancer and re-shape the future of Australia’s National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP), according to new research at The... more ...

Aboriginal palliative care workshop with PEPA

The Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach recently ran a two-day workshop for health professionals on Culture Centre Palliative Care from an Aboriginal perspective. more ...

Lung Cancer Awareness Month

More than 90 people a month being diagnosed with lung cancer in WA more ...

Terry's advice to others

Before Terry, from Toodyay, was diagnosed with lung cancer, he was a pensioner and loving every minute of it. more ...

Become a healthy lunchbox pro through Packed with Goodness!

Cancer Council WA recently launched an exciting new program to help equip parents with the skills and confidence to pack healthy lunchboxes and prepare nutritious food at home. more ...

Catering to avoid the post-lunch slump

Our LiveLighter team have put together six fun catering ideas to put healthy twist on your next big event. more ...

Are you applying enough sunscreen?

With summer fast approaching, Cancer Council WA is urging all Western Australian to brush up on their sun protection knowledge with a survey showing that 19 per cent of WA adults rarely or never... more ...

Doubleview student wins SunSmart fashion design competition

20-year-old Curtin University student, Abbey Telfer, has been named as Cancer Council WA's 2019 SunSmart Fashion Project winner for her unique design inspired by the humble tennis skirt. more ...

Leading cancer experts recognised for their lifetime contribution

Two of Australia’s leading cancer experts, Dr Heather Mitchell and Emeritus Professor Mike Daube AO, have been recognised for their efforts in improving cancer outcomes in Australia and the... more ...

Mandurah Rotary gives Cancer Council WA a helping hand as demand increases

Cancer Council WA received a $2,000 contribution from the Rotary Club of Mandurah to assist with petrol costs, as demand for the Transport to Treatment program in the Peel Region increased by 35... more ...

Breast implants and anaplastic large cell lymphoma

A number of breast implants have been recalled due to a risk of anaplastic large cell lymphoma. more ...

New data shows just 1 in 22 singles willing to date a smoker

Cancer Council WA is hoping a new campaign focusing on ‘all the crap’ that goes with smoking will encourage WA smokers to butt out, as new data from RSVP.com.au reveals only 1 in 22 people on... more ...

A home away from home for country cancer patients

For East Augusta couple, Sue and Steve Fisher, having a comforting and supportive place to stay while Sue underwent cancer treatment in Perth, was a real blessing. more ...

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