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Thank you and farewell, Professor Lin Fritschi

After 10 years as the Chair of our Research Grants Advisory Committee, today we farewell Professor Lin Fritschi. more ...

4 Biggest Morning Tea themes to inspire you!

Stuck for ideas? Check these out! more ...

Getting to know our services - distress screening

Distress is the sixth vital sign in cancer care after temperature, respiration, heart rate, blood pressure and pain. more ...

Hunting for a healthier Easter?

Our top tips for enjoying a healthier Easter more ...

Sustainable Health Review outlines plans for obesity and alcohol

Today we applaud the state Government for it's commitment to increase the investment in prevention to five per cent of total health expenditure by July 2029, as it releases its Sustainable Health... more ...

Q&A with our Cancer Prevention and Research Director, Melissa!

Find out how Melissa went from Intern to Director! more ...

Cancer Council welcomes federal Opposition's ‘landmark' $2.3b cancer care plan

Cancer Council Australia has welcomed the federal Opposition's $2.3 billion commitment to reduce cancer inequities through strengthening Medicare and the public hospital system and fast-tracking... more ...

Have you ever called 13 11 20?

Every year, we help thousands of West Australians get the support they need through our 13 11 20 Information and Support Line. If you have called 13 11 20 or requested a call back via our website... more ...

Hope to win, hope to help

By purchasing a ticket in our Hope More Lottery, you’re not the only one getting more hope! There are thousands of WA families affected by cancer that come to us for support and guidance every... more ...

Regional Community Grants for bowel cancer

Reduce the bowel cancer risk in your regional community. Cancer Council WA is offering grants of up to $200 to community groups in regional WA to raise awareness of bowel cancer. more ...

Seeking shade stories in your community

We're calling on the community to share their shade stories - good, bad and everything in between. more ...

It’s National Advance Care Planning Week

National Advance Care Planning Week aims to and encourage Australians to speak up about their future care by telling loved ones what living well means to them. more ...

Do you know where asbestos may be found in a typical Aussie home?

It’s reported that approximately one third of all Australian homes built or renovated before 1990 contain asbestos products. more ...

Speaking up could save a life

We're searching for regional stories to help others find cancer early. more ...

The busy people’s guide to pantry essentials

When life happens, it’s great to have some long-life pantry staples on hand to whip up a quick meal. more ...

Not sure how to read food labels?

Check out our easy guide! more ...

8 tips for dealing with unhelpful thoughts

Our guide to managing unhelpful thoughts. more ...

New tobacco laws will help smokers quit and protect kids

WA Health Minister Roger Cook has today announced new tobacco seller laws to affect sales, signage, smoking areas. The new laws, coming into effect on Monday, will protect kids, and smokers trying... more ...

Vale Judy Robertson

We are very saddened to learn of the passing of one of our long-standing Relay For Life Perth committee members, Judy Robertson. more ...

Give happy live happy

Volunteers like Barbara Harris and Denise Schmidt play a crucial role in providing free wigs, turbans, scarves and beanies to thousands of West Australians going through cancer treatment through... more ...

Patrick urges others to get checked

‘Most guys hesitate and I did to start with. It was my wife who said “go and see the doctor” and it’s lucky that I did’. Kalgoorlie local, Patrick is urging others to get to the doctor if... more ...

Kombucha - your questions answered

With more and more kombucha products hitting the shelves, have you been left wondering whether this tangy and quirky tasting drink is actually a healthy choice? To find out, our LiveLighter team... 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 ...

Bentley business leading the way in workplace wellbeing

Bentley IT business is proving health and wellbeing can remain a priority amongst the myriad of daily tasks at work. more ...

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