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13 Cancers

We are excited to announce the launch of the new wave of our LiveLighter® mass media public education campaign, entitled '13 Cancers'. more ...

Where to find us on Daffodil Day this year!

Daffodil Day 2019 more ...

New Supportive Care Centre opens at Fiona Stanley Hospital

In July we proudly opened our brand new Cancer Supportive Care Centre at Fiona Stanley Hospital thanks to generous funding by Dry July Foundation. more ...

Our Daffodil Day doggie ambassador brings smiles to cancer patients

Our Daffodil Day doggie ambassador, Pippen, recently visited our Milroy Lodge to bring smiles to the faces of country patients staying in Perth for cancer treatment. more ...

New podcast for people affected by advanced cancer

Cancer Council NSW has developed a new podcast series specifically for people affected by advanced cancer to help them navigate this challenging time. more ...

Maximise your productivity with these nutritious tips

Our Healthier Workplace WA team chat to dietitian Nick Nation about the best foods to fuel you for a productive day. more ...

Call for volunteers to support Daffodil Day Appeal this August

We are calling on West Australians to show their support for Daffodil Day this August by volunteering to help raise funds for life-saving cancer research on Friday 23 August 2019. more ...

Q&A with Dr Joost Lesterhuis

We spoke with Dr Lesterhuis about what we can expect to learn at his upcoming lecture. more ...

Daffodil Day sunshine at St Helena’s Catholic Primary School

Daffodil Day has been an important part of St Helena’s Catholic Primary School’s community for 8 years. The Ellenbrook school raises funds for cancer research each Daffodil Day by hosting a... more ...

Geraldton Grammar School leading the way in teenage sun protection

Geraldton Grammar School has made sun protection for all students a normal part of their school day, bucking the trend of many other WA high schools. more ...

West Coast Eagles digging deep for WA families

We are encouraging all West Coast Eagles fans to get behind the Dig Deep campaign this year and help support West Australian families affected by cancer, like our ambassador family, the Atkinsons. more ...

Register now for free exercise, yoga, tai chi and meditation classes

Did you know that mind body activities such as yoga, meditation and exercise are an important part of supportive cancer care? Cancer Council WA offers free Life Now exercise, yoga, tai chi and... more ...

Five tips for a healthy hibernation this winter

Our LiveLighter team shares there top five tips for a healthy hibernation this winter! 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 ...

Seven healthy fundraiser ideas

Our Healthier Workplace WA team have put together seven tips to run a healthy fundraiser at work - but these tips could be used at home too! more ...

Q&A with Dr Hooi Ee

Q&A with our upcoming Cancer Update Series guest lecturer, Dr Hooi Ee. more ...

Mesothelioma research funding receives $600,000 boost

Vital research into the treatment for those living with mesothelioma has emerged as the big winner at our annual research awards announced today at a special event in Perth. more ...

National Reconciliation Week 2019

National Reconciliation Week was recently held from 27 May - 3 June 2019. This year's theme ‘Grounded in Truth, Walk Together with Courage' emphasises the importance of truth in reconciliation. more ...

Meet Kimika, one of our Aboriginal Cancer Education Course participants

We would like to introduce Kimika Lee, a Yawuru woman from Broome, currently working as an Aboriginal Health Worker in the Kimberley Palliative Care Service. Kimika attended our five day Cancer... more ...

Request a callback from a Cancer Nurse

Our 13 11 20 Information and Support Line is a confidential service where you can speak to a specialist Cancer Nurse about anything to do with cancer. Did you know you can now request a callback... more ...

Six steps to workplace wellness

Given that on average we spend 60 per cent (or more!) of our day at work, workplaces are an ideal setting to improve our health and wellbeing. Our Healthier Workplace WA team shares their tips for... more ...

Ken's story

Ken thought he was still going strong at 65. He was working at an aged care home in Busselton and he wasn't ready to retire. He wanted to work for another five years. Little did he know he had a... more ...

Why bowel cancer screening is so important

We are reminding people why it is so important to complete the bowel cancer screening kit if you receive it in the mail. more ...

5 reasons to give up alcohol this July

Taking a break from alcohol is absolutely one of the best things you can do for your health (and your wallet!). Find out our top five reasons to give it a go. more ...

Six in 10 pre-teachers lacking SunSmarts

Cancer Council WA in collaboration with Edith Cowan University are trialling a new tailored SunSmart program for pre-service teachers, following new research suggesting they may be lacking the... more ...

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