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2 in 3 Aussie adults still bronzed
Global survey highlights actions Australians want on cancer
Leading health groups welcome new recommendations for embedding smoking cessation in healthcare
Power tools and asbestos dont mix especially at Christmas
Cancer Council research shows sun mistakes putting Aussies at risk
Bowel cancer campaigns could save over 4300 Australian lives
Limiting alcohol could prevent almost 30,000 cancer cases
New guidelines for Australias national cancer
Cancer Council calls on workplaces to do more to help prevent skin cancers
New silica resources launched during Safe Work Month
New international research shows Australia leads world in cancer survival
Cancer Council applauds Minister Hunt’s strong stance on e-cigarettes
A Fathers Day reminder to dads to protect themselves as well as their kids
Cancer Council welcomes funding as liver cancer rates skyrocket
Cancer Council asks, 5.5 million poo tests. Have you had yours?
Survey finds worrying increase in popularity of roll-your-own tobacco amongst Australian teens
Survey finds worrying increase in popularity of roll-your-own tobacco amongst Australian
Health groups support Labor commitment on prevention
Cancer Council: Labor commitment to tackling obesity, alcohol could help prevent thousands of cancer cases
Oppositions skin cancer prevention campaign would save lives and money
Opposition’s skin cancer prevention campaign would save lives and money
Cancer charities welcome Oppositions $10m plan for reducing bill shock
Labor’s plan to lessen medical bill shock
Cancer charities welcome Opposition’s $10m plan for reducing bill shock
Oppositions $40m plan to revive national anti-smoking campaign could save 55,000 lives
Reducing smoking rates to 10% by 2025 could prevent almost 100,000 lung cancer deaths
Cancer Council welcomes federal Oppositions landmark $2.3b cancer care plan
BCNA welcomes Labor’s pledge to reduce financial toxicity of cancer
Closing gap in Australias second biggest cancer killer
Promoting bowel cancer screening key to saving lives and driving health system efficiency
Cancer Council aims to combat nations second biggest cancer killer
200,000 cancers could be avoided over 25 years if Australians get active and maintain a healthy weight
Cancer Council Australia position on non-health public policy issues
Peak health bodies recommend new approach to sunscreen use
Cancer Council welcomes $10 million Government investment in bowel cancer
Tanning teens still seek the sun