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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 ...

Five healthy tips that aren't weight-focused

Our LiveLighter student dietitian, Georgia Chevin, shares her tips on developing healthy habits that aren't focused on your weight. more ...

Why sugary drinks are a rotten choice

Dr Rebecca Williams, paediatric dentist, gives us the rundown on why sugary drinks are a rotten choice. more ...

Schools help fund breakthrough cancer research

In 2019, Western Australian schools raised more than $144,000 for Cancer Council WA! more ...

Call the Quitline in 2020

Cancer Council WA launches new digital campaign to encourage WA smokers who are planning to quit in 2020 to include free support from Quitline 13 78 48 as part of their quit attempt. more ...

Jump out of your comfort zone in 2020

Receiving a cancer diagnosis can feel like you're in freefall... But you can help ensure no one faces cancer alone, by challenging yourself to Freefall For Cancer! more ...

Exercise and meditative courses for cancer patients

Our Life Now program offers free exercise and meditative courses for cancer patients and their carers at many locations across Perth and some regional areas. Registrations for Term 1 courses are... more ...

Meet our Midwest Cancer Support Coordinator, Jill Sanders

Jill Sanders is one of our passionate Regional Cancer Support Coordinators. Find out more about Jill, including her role as Regional Cancer Support Coordinator and more. more ...

Family meets cancer researcher

Cancer Council WA supporters, Julie and her sons Alex and Chris have been participating in Relay For Life since 2015 in memory of their husband and father. They recently got to tour a cancer... more ...

Three ways to re-think your health this year

The start of a New Year is a great time to reflect and make some health goals for the year ahead. But it's easy to get caught up in the resolutions flurry and end up spending money on un-used gym... more ...

How schools are turning the tide of skin cancer

Good news - the tide of melanoma rates is turning, with rates in Australians under 40 dropping and a significant decline in the number of young people seeking a sun tan. more ...

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