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Important update to our cancer services and programs

Important update to our cancer services and programs more ...

Cancer Council WA disappointed by alcohol labelling delay

Cancer Council WA has accused the alcohol industry of putting profits before children's health after the Ministerial Forum on Food Regulation voted for a three-month review of the design and... more ...

"Whisper No More" Workshop - a time to yarn about Cancer & Palliative Care in Geraldton

PaSCE & PEPA have been collaborating with the WA Centre for Rural Health to deliver a pilot workshop in Geraldton called "Whisper No More". This two day workshop delivered was designed for health... more ...

An urgent message from our CEO

Australia has entered into uncharted territory, and I am writing this in the most trying of circumstances given the economic downturn amid the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. more ...

Our second accredited Cancer Education Course for Aboriginal Health Professionals

Cancer Council WA recently delivered the second accredited version of our Cancer Education Course for Aboriginal Health Professionals in partnership with the Aboriginal Health Council of Western... more ...

LiveLighter® ‘16 Teaspoons of Sugar’ campaign

Cancer Council WA currently broadcast ‘16 Teaspoons of Sugar' as part of the latest LiveLighter® campaign more ...

Bassendean resident, Kellie Curtis, alerts women to ovarian cancer symptoms

Bassendean resident Kellie Curtis is urging women to familiarise themselves with the symptoms of ovarian cancer, following her diagnosis at just 38 years old. more ...

Information and support regarding cancer and Coronavirus

Cancer Council understands that Australians undergoing cancer treatment, cancer survivors and their families and friends may have questions in relation to the recent outbreak of Coronavirus. more ...

E-cigarette liquids being sold next to children’s lollies and toys

Cancer Council WA is calling for the ban on all e-cigarette liquids after it was revealed some Perth retailers were blatantly displaying fruit and chocolate-flavoured e-cigarette liquids next to... more ...

State of the art equipment boost for WA researchers

Medical innovation and research capabilities in Western Australia have received a substantial boost thanks to generous support from Cancer Council WA and Lotterywest. more ...

Making vegies fun again this March

School kids still aren't eating enough vegies, so this month WA students will be challenged to eat vegies every day as part of Crunch&Sip's® March Munch initiative. more ...

Three generations of Albany family helped by Cancer Council WA’s Lodges

Cancer Council WA’s Crawford Lodge recently celebrated its 20th anniversary marking two decades of providing accommodation and support to thousands of country cancer patients and their carers.... more ...

Four easy ways to get more fibre in your diet

We all know fibre is important, but less than a third of Australian adults get enough. Our LiveLighter team shares their top tips for getting more fibre in your diet. more ...

Cancer Council WA and Reflections awards funding to Mesothelioma Cancer Research

Through the generous contributions of our community, Cancer Council WA and Reflections have donated $225,000 to support Dr Jonathan Chee’s Postdoctoral Fellowship - Cracking the code to... more ...

Joanna finds her strength again

Joanna shares her cancer story and how our Life Now exercise and meditative programs helped her regain her strength. more ...

Beaumaris primary school wins $10,000 worth of shade for playground

Beaumaris Primary School are the lucky recipients of new shade through Cancer Council WA’s SunSmart Schools Program. In a recent competition, Cancer Council WA, in partnership with the West Coast... more ...

Around the world in 7 dinners

Eating healthy doesn't have to be boring! Taste the world in 7 days with these fresh new recipes from our LiveLighter team. more ...

Complete our shade survey

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

Secret Harbour local charging up to cycle 1000km in memory of Mum

Secret Harbour resident Vanda Brzozowska Ladds will put her fitness to the test next month after pledging to cycle 1000km in memory of her mother who she lost suddenly to pancreatic cancer. more ...

Kimberley residents wish to spread word about Cancer Council WA Lodges

For Nevanka McKeon's mother Veronica, Crawford Lodge was a home away from home, and according to Nevanka, her mother's wish was to raise awareness about the facilities and spread the word to other... more ...

The future begins now. Let's make it a cancer free one

Our former President, Professor George Yeoh shares his hopes for a cancer free future and the next generation of cancer researchers. more ...

Life after cancer treatment - setting new priorities

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 ...

Find Cancer Early in regional WA

Our Regional Education Coordinator, Hannah Cauchi, recently featured on an episode of Matt Michael’s Life of Mine podcast, talking about the importance of cancer symptom awareness and what to do... more ...

Cancer Council WA welcomes five-year cancer plan

We have welcomed the launch of the WA Cancer Plan 2020-2025 and will hold the State Government to account on its commitment to cancer research and prevention outlined in the framework. more ...

The history of Crawford Lodge

On 28 February 2020, Cancer Council WA will celebrate a milestone event – the 20th anniversary of the opening of Crawford Lodge. This is a momentous occasion for the organisation as we reflect... more ...

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