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Cancer Council WA partners with Telethon Kids Institute

Cancer Council WA and the Telethon Kids Institute have partnered to receive funding from Healthway to deliver a Rapid Obesity Policy Translation Project. more ...

Navigating Through Cancer Program

Navigating Through Cancer is a series of eight weekly online support and awareness presentations delivered to those impacted by cancer living in rural and remote WA. more ...

Multicultural Community Grants for bowel cancer

Reduce the bowel cancer risk. Cancer Council WA is offering up to $200 to multicultural community groups in Perth to raise awareness of bowel cancer screening. more ...

Woodside supports Cancer Council WA through COVID-19 pandemic

Cancer patients, their families and carers in the Pilbara and Kimberley regions will now have access to additional cancer support following a successful grant awarded from Woodside to help Cancer... more ...

Update to our cancer services and programs

We understand there has been some global uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic over the last few months; however, thanks to you, we were able to continue providing vital services and programs... more ...

Prioritise your health, do the test, make the call

This has been a challenging year. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live, work and play. Each one of us has been affected by the virus differently – directly or indirectly – but the... more ...

School holiday fun at home

Entertain the kids over the school holidays with fun veg and fruit themed activities! more ...

Six tips for staying healthy this winter

Our LiveLighter team shares their top six tips for staying healthy this winter! more ...

Brother-sister duo hoping to smash fundraising total to help those affected by cancer

Brother-sister duo Emma Milner and Brett Davis are hoping to raise more than $30,000 through this year’s Dry July challenge in support of their mum Valerie who was diagnosed with stage 4... more ...

Booze ads designed to keep you laughing all the way to the bottle shop

‘Get them laughing to get them drinking’ seems to be the motto of the alcohol industry according to an analysis of alcohol ads displayed across a range of media types in Australia. more ...

New mum saves $32,000 on cigarettes since appearing in 2017 Make Smoking History campaign

A young Perth mum who featured in Make Smoking History's 2017 From Every Quitter campaign, is urging the community to support other smokers who want to give up during these challenging times, after... more ...

Australian men carry the burden of occupational cancer

Cancer Council WA is using Men’s Health Week (June 15 – 21) to urge employers and employees to learn more about carcinogens in the workplace as recently published data shows Australian men have... more ...

ABC radio host calls on WA to sign up to Dry July to help those affected by cancer

Popular ABC Goldfields Breakfast presenter, Ivo da Silva is calling on the community to join him for a month off the booze to help those with cancer, after being named Cancer Council WA's regional... more ...

Larrikin TV star gives up the booze to help those with cancer

Australian Survivor reality TV star Johnny Eastoe will ditch the booze next month for Dry July 2020 in support of Cancer Council WA more ...

Sit-ups for the mind

There are a lot of stressful things happening in the world right now that are out of our control which can feel overwhelming. Practising mindfulness can put us back in control of our thoughts and... more ...

Bruce Rock family helped by Cancer Council WA’s Lodges

When Mel Blake was told that, optimistically, she had only two weeks to live, her family's life as they knew it changed completely. more ...

6 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!). Here's six great benefits you can enjoy by giving up alcohol this July! more ...

Our kids must be protected from the tobacco industry

The Australian Council on Smoking and Health, Cancer Council WA, and the Australian Medical Association WA have urged Health Minister Hon Roger Cook MLA on World No Tobacco Day to work with his... more ...

COVID-19: emotional, legal and financial support is available

Thanks to the generosity of our donors and supporters, we are able to continue providing critical support services to those affected by cancer in WA. more ...

Cancer Council WA welcomes Woodside’s support for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

We are thrilled to announce Woodside has signed up as a corporate ambassador for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea 2020 and is matching employee donations for the upcoming event, with plans to host... more ...

National Volunteer Week: Changing Communities. Changing Lives

To celebrate our incredible volunteers and the huge role they play in helping us continue to support West Aussies affected by cancer we will be sharing some stories from some of our amazing... more ...

Parliamentary Select Committee recommendations on e-cigarettes not evidence-based and irrelevant

The Australian Council on Smoking and Health, Cancer Council WA, and the Australian Medical Association WA, have advised the West Australian government to ignore recommendations on e-cigarettes... more ...

Calls for urgent State Government action following alarming new obesity report

Cancer Council WA and Telethon Kids Institute are repeating their call on the WA Government to urgently implement a ban on junk food advertising on government property, including public transport,... more ...

Two young cancer researchers take out prestigious WA award

Cancer Council WA is proud to announce the 2020 Cancer Council WA's Early Career Cancer Researcher of the Year Award has been awarded to two recipients; 35-year-old Dr Vinicius Cavalheri from... more ...

Alcohol ad every 35 seconds during covid-19

A new report has been released today showing the extent to which the alcohol industry is using the COVID-19 pandemic to market their products. more ...

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