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Seven reasons to write a Will

Having a valid Will is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. Not only does a Will legally protect your spouse, children and assets, it also spells out exactly... more ...

Coping with cancer over the festive season

One of the most important things to remember is that you don't have to go it alone. more ...

Setting new priorities after cancer treatment

Have you or someone you love recently completed cancer treatment? Are you looking for support, advice or even just information on what’s next? more ...

Six ways to eat your way to better mental health

Mental and physical health go hand in hand. Our LiveLighter Team have come up with six ways to eat for better mental health. more ...

Five SunSmart tips for outdoor sports

Now that spring has well and truly sprung, you may be trying to make the most of the warmer weather by getting active in the sun - just remember to be SunSmart! more ...

The history of Crawford Lodge

Located in Nedlands, right near Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Crawford Lodge was purpose built to provide accommodation and vital support services to country cancer patients while they undergo... more ...

New initiative paves the way for improved cancer care

Cancer Council has launched the Guides to best cancer care, new look consumer versions of the Optimal Care Pathways. more ...

Golf club raises almost $50,000 for cancer prevention and research

Staff, members and guests of Araluen Golf Resort have raised close to $50,000 for Cancer Council's research, prevention and support services, by taking part in a nation-wide golf fundraising event... more ...

Margaret River couple home for Christmas after shock cancer diagnosis

After a shock cancer diagnosis, well-known Margaret River local, Nigel Anderson, received the good news he and his wife were able to spend Christmas at home with their family. more ...

Turn $3 into $30,000 cash!

Congratulations to our Major Prize winners! more ...

Celsius Property Group takes on The Longest Day golf challenge

Celsius Property Group Managing Director, Richard Pappas, sadly lost his father to cancer at just 63 years of age. Mr Pappas has decided to take on The Longest Day challenge in tribute to his... more ...

Alarming new research shows aerosol sunscreens are putting Aussies at risk of sunburn

It may be a convenient option, but with summer days ahead and high UV, it is important to know the facts about aerosol sunscreen. more ...

Generous grant offers regional cancer patients additional support

Cancer patients in Regional Western Australia now have additional access to counselling services following a generous grant of $10,000 from HBF. more ...

State Government urged to do more to protect WA

We support the call issued today from the WA Branch of the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) for all parties to #ThinkPublicHealth in to lead up to the State Election. more ...

Unintended COVID consequences: Over a third of Aussies gain weight

A new LiveLighter® survey has revealed 37 per cent of Australians reported gaining weight between February and July this year – a time when most Australian states were under some form of... more ...

Pandemic no barrier for unhealthy food marketing

Australian parents have taken a stand and are demanding that unhealthy food manufacturers distance themselves from advertising to children as part of the Parent's Voice Fame & Shame Awards. more ...

New Australian guidelines to reduce health risks from drinking alcohol

Cancer Council WA supports and commends the National Health and Medical Research Council's (NHMRC) updated guidelines to reduce health risks from drinking alcohol, in light of growing evidence of... more ...

Three ways to practice mindfulness

Mindfulness practices encourage individuals to experience the present moment in a non-judgemental way, to counter the effects of stressors relating to the cancer diagnosis. We've shared three... more ...

Retailers make it easy for WA kids to buy e-cigarettes

We are calling on the State Government to strengthen laws that protect young people from easy access to e-cigarettes following concerning new research. more ...

WA’s top cancer researchers recognised

More than 200 people attended the annual Cancer Council WA Research Awards to celebrate cancer researchers and supporters who strive to achieve a cancer free future. more ...

How you have helped us this year

As we say goodbye to 2020, we've taken the time to reflect on some of the work that has been made possible thanks to the generosity of the WA community. more ...

Health groups call on Crown Perth to make casino entirely smoke-free

WA’s leading health groups are calling on Crown Perth to make its high-roller gaming areas at the casino smoke-free. more ...

Ditch the box of choccies and try homemade treats

Instead of stocking up on wine or boxes of chocolates to take to your host, why not try something a little different this year? Our LiveLighter team have put together some great homemade ideas that... more ...

Financial assistance helped cancer patient over Christmas time

At a time when she would usually be decorating her Christmas tree and celebrating the festive season with loved ones, Marina was instead dealing with the devastating news that she had B-cell... more ...

New project to help reduce vitamin D deficiency among Aboriginal people

Curtin University, Telethon Kids Institute and Cancer Council WA are collaborating with Aboriginal Elders and communities in Perth and the Kimberley on a five-year project funded by the National... more ...

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