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Four fun ways you can show your Flower Power this Daffodil Day Appeal!

This year marks the 35th year of Cancer Council’s most iconic and much-loved fundraising campaign, our Daffodil Day Appeal! This year we are once again uniting across the country to raise vital... more ...

WA researchers need your help to develop a new clinical trial centre

West Australian researchers are seeking your voice and thoughts in the planning and development of a new purpose-built clinical trial centre, which will allow more cancer patients in WA to... more ...

Life Now provides a helping hand in time of need

Our Life Now Program offers introductory Exercise, Meditation, Mindfulness, Tai Chi and Yoga courses at no cost to West Australians affected by cancer. more ...

Help change a life this Daffodil Day Appeal

Alex Ceglinski and her family had to go through the unthinkable. At just four-years-old, her doctor discovered a brain tumour on the base of her cerebellum. more ...

Five myths about sun protection

Being SunSmart is a simple way to reduce your risk of developing skin cancer. Our SunSmart team has debunked five sun protection myths. more ...

Fast and fresh work lunches

Looking to mix up your lunch for work? Our LiveLighter team have shared some quick and simple ideas (that don't include a sandwich). more ...

NAIDOC Week celebrations at Cancer Council WA

As part of this year's NAIDOC Week, over 50 of our staff attended a cultural awareness workshop at the Kings Park Botanical Gardens Education Centre. more ...

WA health experts say junk food and sugary drink sponsorships have no place in sport

WA’s peak public health and medical experts have united in their call to end the sponsorship of sport by junk food companies, with one of the largest junk food companies in the world granted... more ...

New research shows over a quarter of alcohol brand accounts on Instagram are accessible to kids

We are calling on the Federal Government to take action to protect Australian kids from harmful alcohol marketing on social media, with new research showing over a quarter of Instagram accounts... more ...

Win $10,000 for shade at your school

We are proud to be providing one lucky school with the chance to win $10,000 worth of shade. more ...

Cancer Education Course for Aboriginal health professionals

We recently partnered with Western Australia Country Health Service (WACHS) and the Aboriginal Health Council of WA (AHCWA) to deliver the Cancer Education Course for Aboriginal Health... more ...

Five healthy eating hacks for busy people

Our LiveLighter team have put together five healthy eating hacks to help make healthy eating your norm without any extra time or burden. more ...

Marnie finds a helping hand during COVID-19

When Marnie was first diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma in 2020, it was completely unexpected. It was purely by chance that her cancer, already at stage 3, was discovered.more ...

West Australian workers urged to steer clear of food delivery

We have developed a new LiveLighter® advertisement encouraging workers to steer clear of greasy takeaway ordered from food delivery apps, and to reach for a healthy lunch instead, whether they are... more ...

Meet Dr Rachael Zemek, our 2020 Early Career Cancer Researcher of the Year

It's Sarcoma Awareness Month, we sat down with Dr Rachael Zemek, Cancer Council WA's 2020 Early Career Cancer Researcher of the Year and a 2021 Cancer Council WA Collaborative Cancer Grant... more ...

Have you heard about our complementary therapies?

What are complementary therapies and how can they help people affected by cancer? more ...

Call on WA Government to commit to making tobacco control a priority

We are calling on the WA Government to commit to making tobacco control a priority, with new data revealing that the tough approach on tobacco has saved around four lives a week from death due to... more ...

Turn $3 into $30,000 cash!

Congratulations to our Major Prize winners! more ...

Battle of the poos: Which WA region leads the bowel screening battle?

More WA residents than ever participating in life-saving bowel cancer screening, spurred on by Australian Government-funded Cancer Council campaign. more ...

Do the test!

If you receive a bowel cancer home test kit, make sure you do it! more ...

New campaign targets bowel cancer screening for Aboriginal West Australians

We recently launched a new campaign to raise awareness of bowel cancer amongst the Aboriginal West Australian community. The campaign encourages eligible people to do the National Bowel Cancer... more ...

Cancer Council WA welcomes State Government funding

Cancer Council WA welcomes the announcement today from Hon. Roger Cook, Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; Medical Research; State Development, Jobs and Trade; Science that we have been awarded... more ...

Munster champions raise over $10,000 for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Fundraising stalwarts and cancer survivors, Don and Marian Byfield, raise over $10,000 for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. more ...

Not just ads on primetime: the art and science of public health campaigns

On Thursday 13 May, we hosted more than 200 people in person and online for our Not just ads on primetime: the art and science of public health forum. more ...

Cancer in the spotlight for health professionals in the Kimberley

Health professionals in the Kimberley region are being encouraged to attend a two-part Regional Cancer Education Series in Broome, covering a range of cancer-related topics. more ...

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