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The Border Mail
District digs deep again to raise more than $400,000track. The 2017 Border Relay for Life co-chairman Peter Whitmarsh praised the
The Border Mail / Posted 45 minutes ago
track. The 2017 Border Relay for Life co-chairman Peter Whitmarsh praised the commitment of everyone involved the major Cancer Council fundraising event during Sunday’s closing ceremony. Despite official registrations and team numbers down on... Read more
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The Border Mail
District digs deep againtrack. The 2017 Border Relay for Life co-chairman Peter Whitmarsh praised the
The Border Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
track. The 2017 Border Relay for Life co-chairman Peter Whitmarsh praised the commitment of everyone involved the major Cancer Council fundraising event during Sunday’s closing ceremony. Despite official registrations and team numbers down on... Read more
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Herald Sun
Alert over widespread sunscreen mythsa ‘no-brainer’, but many Australians are holding on to various sun protection m
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
a ‘no-brainer’, but many Australians are holding on to various sun protection myths – at their considerable peril say the Cancer Council. Hope Medcraft, 23, said she was vigilant with applying sunscreen to her one-year-old daughter, Indeah... Read more
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Western Advocate
RURAL NOTEBOOK: It’s time to make those mulesing decisionsHELPING HAND: From the auction price for this strapping Mt Bathurst ram, $1000
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
HELPING HAND: From the auction price for this strapping Mt Bathurst ram, $1000 will go straight to the Cancer Council for research work. DECISIONS on mulesing spring lambs or leaving them until next winter will have to be made very soon as hot... Read more
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Perth Now
Alert over widespread sunscreen mythsa ‘no-brainer’, but many Australians are holding on to various sun protection m
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
a ‘no-brainer’, but many Australians are holding on to various sun protection myths – at their considerable peril say the Cancer Council. Hope Medcraft, 23, said she was vigilant with applying sunscreen to her one-year-old daughter, Indeah... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Zippers scale skyscrapers at Circular Quaycommitted to fundraising $5,000 for one of 15 AMP Foundation charity partners i
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
committed to fundraising $5,000 for one of 15 AMP Foundation charity partners including: The Brotherhood of St Laurence; Cancer Council NSW; Clontarf Foundation; CREATE Foundation; Ganbina, Social Ventures Australia; The Funding Network... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Committee excited for 2017 Orana Relay for Lifefriendly event. The dedicated teams are now seeking the support of the Orana c
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
friendly event. The dedicated teams are now seeking the support of the Orana community to continue raising funds for Cancer Council NSW in this fight against cancer. Online registrations are open until Thursday, October 26, however, if you... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
No plan to expand smoking banNO EXPANSION: Tamworth Regional Council manager of regulatory services Ross Bri
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
NO EXPANSION: Tamworth Regional Council manager of regulatory services Ross Briggs and Cancer Council spokesperson Dimity Betts happy to keep the smoke ban to the CBD. Photo: Gareth Gardner WHILE the CBD ciggie nix has been hailed a success, the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sunscreen safety myths fuelling fears against use 'by nearly half of Australians'many Australians because people are concerned it is not safe to use that freque
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
many Australians because people are concerned it is not safe to use that frequently, according to research. A study by the Cancer Council Australia found only 55 per cent of Australians recognised it was safe to use sunscreen every day. Of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Unusual beaches fashion shop’s a hidden secretand not spend more than $100.” Details: Open Thursday and Friday 10am-3pm, and
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
and not spend more than $100.” Details: Open Thursday and Friday 10am-3pm, and the third Saturday of every month 10am-4pm, 404 Sydney Rd Balgowlah, facebook/petrasfashion. A Girls Night In shopping event for Cancer Council is planned for October... Read more
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News.com.au
Likely origin of ovarian cancer foundof women diagnosed with the disease survive for longer than five years after th
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
of women diagnosed with the disease survive for longer than five years after their diagnoses, according to the Australian Cancer Council. Dr Levine says the new findings, published in journal Nature Communications, also point to the possibility... Read more
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Perth Now
Likely origin of ovarian cancer foundof women diagnosed with the disease survive for longer than five years after th
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
of women diagnosed with the disease survive for longer than five years after their diagnoses, according to the Australian Cancer Council. Dr Levine says the new findings, published in journal Nature Communications, also point to the possibility... Read more
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University of Queensland
Sun-smart engineer puts UV alert up in lightsdisplay developed by an engineering student at The University of Queensland. J
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
display developed by an engineering student at The University of Queensland. James Cooney, 22, said he collaborated with Cancer Council Queensland to harness technology in the battle against Queensland’s soaring rates of skin cancer. “I used the... Read more
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Western Advocate
It’s decision time again: To mules now or later?HELPING HAND: From the auction price for this strapping Mount Bathurst ram, $10
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
HELPING HAND: From the auction price for this strapping Mount Bathurst ram, $1000 will go straight to the Cancer Council for research work. DECISIONS on mulesing spring lambs or leaving them until next winter will have to be made very soon as hot... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Seven Bridges: Steps to boost healthCancer Council NSW Seven Bridges Walk | News Local Invalid postcode. Sorry we
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Cancer Council NSW Seven Bridges Walk | News Local Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers Akerman Game of Moans Breaking News MoneySaver... Read more
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The Age
The bishop and the bedroom: On issue of marriage, one directive does not fit allCripps, ParkdaleThank you, Melbourne On Sunday, I ran the Melbourne Marathon.
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Cripps, ParkdaleThank you, Melbourne On Sunday, I ran the Melbourne Marathon. This year, I decided to run for a cause, the Cancer Council of Australia. What was truly inspiring was the many hundreds of volunteers and well-wishers along the way who... Read more
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News.com.au
Sun smart and stylish tooThe original 'Slip Slop Slap' TV commercial from 1980. Courtesy: The Anti-Cance
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
The original 'Slip Slop Slap' TV commercial from 1980. Courtesy: The Anti-Cancer Council of Victoria Model, Olia Burtaev wearing Queensland swimwear label SunSoaked.Source:News Corp Australia SUN safe swimwear need not be dull, according to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Border Relay for Life cancelleda meeting on October 31, from 6pm at Royal Hotel, will revitalise the annual fu
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
a meeting on October 31, from 6pm at Royal Hotel, will revitalise the annual fundraiser. The annual fundraising event for Cancer Council Queensland was set to take place from October 28-29 at Gilbert Oval in Goondiwindi, however the Relay For Life... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Carers in Queensland | researchOne in four people reaching out for support through Cancer Council Queensland’s
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
One in four people reaching out for support through Cancer Council Queensland’s 13 11 20 are carers of Queensland cancer patients, research shows. The role of becoming a cancer carer can pose significant risks to mental and emotional health, with... Read more
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The Courier
Flashback Friday | Ballarat social snaps from October, 2008Krystyna Sujecki (Altona YC Calisthenics) South Street Intermediate Div 5 Calis
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
Krystyna Sujecki (Altona YC Calisthenics) South Street Intermediate Div 5 Calisthenics at Her Maj. L to r: Director of the Cancer Council Professor David Hill, David Pye and Ceri (ceri) Henderson - Cancer Council seminar at the Bell Tower Inn L to... Read more
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Daily Mail
The five foods that aren't as healthy as we think, revealedof what is and isn't good for you. This is where LiveLighter come in. The Aust
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
of what is and isn't good for you. This is where LiveLighter come in. The Australian health programme have teamed up with Cancer Council Victoria and the Heart Foundation, to reveal some of the foods you think are healthy - but really... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Tot, 3, left with agonising burns minutes after 'using Peppa Pig sunscreen'added: "We just don't want other kids to go through what we've been through."
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
added: "We just don't want other kids to go through what we've been through." The Peppa Pig sunscreen is approved by the Cancer Council Australia. The Jaspers say the bottle had been sitting in the back of their cupboard for a year but was still... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Host girls’ night in to raise vital fundsBarrack Heights breast cancer survivor Shannon Chamberlain at her Girls' Night
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
Barrack Heights breast cancer survivor Shannon Chamberlain at her Girls' Night In last Friday to raise funds for Cancer Council. Picture: Georgia Matts It’s the sixth year breast cancer survivor Shannon Chamberlain has held a Girls’... Read more
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Perth Now
'He was screaming in agony'family has issued a warning to other parents after they say their three-year-ol
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
family has issued a warning to other parents after they say their three-year-old son suffered severe burns while wearing a Cancer Council-approved Peppa Pig sunscreen. Rivers Jasper was on holiday in Bali last week, when he broke out in welts and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
My 1kg doughnut is no worse than a sugary drinkseen in food that soft drinks are everywhere and processed food."Alarming obesi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
seen in food that soft drinks are everywhere and processed food."Alarming obesity stats External Link: Could you do it? Cancer Council Queensland's Rebecca Perkins said taking control of the obesity crisis was a societal responsibility that... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Real-life cancer heroes on right trackand wife didn't hesitate to jump on board when asked to be ambassadors for this
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
and wife didn't hesitate to jump on board when asked to be ambassadors for this year's Wollongong Relay for Life run by Cancer Council NSW. "It's definitely a cause that's close to our heart, and it's an opportunity for us to give back to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Free tests to check for breast cancer genedie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Manning River Times
Turning pink for Cancer Council NSWDay became a Pink fundraiser and saw 120 golfers participating. Club Taree has
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
Day became a Pink fundraiser and saw 120 golfers participating. Club Taree has gone all out once again to raise funds for Cancer Council NSW’s Pink Ribbon Month, even the internal columns have received a splash of colour, looking awesome in... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Huge milestone’ in female cancer fightdie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Genetic testing for patients with high risk of breast, ovarian cancer now freedie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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The Age
Genetic testing for patients with high risk of breast, ovarian cancer now freedie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Perth Now
‘Huge milestone’ in female cancer fightdie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Perth Now
Free tests to check for breast cancer genedie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Huge milestone’ in female cancer fightdie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Huge milestone’ in female cancer fightdie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Huge milestone’ in breast cancer fightmonth. Picture: AAPSource:AAP A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
month. Picture: AAPSource:AAP A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Huge milestone’ in breast cancer fightdie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Huge milestone’ in breast cancer fightdie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Weekly Times
Free tests to check for breast cancer genedie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
Weekly Times / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Free tests to check for breast cancer genedie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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News.com.au
Free tests to check for breast cancer genedie from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
die from the disease in 2017. A recent study by researchers from the Peter Mac Cancer Centre, University of Melbourne and Cancer Council Victoria found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72 per cent risk of developing breast cancer... Read more
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Perth Now
The invisible killer threatening tradiesare unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect
Perth Now / Posted 11 days ago
are unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect against silica dust on the job site, the Cancer Council says. New estimates from the cancer charity suggest more than 230 cases of lung cancer each year are caused... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The invisible killer threatening tradiesare unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
are unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect against silica dust on the job site, the Cancer Council says. New estimates from the cancer charity suggest more than 230 cases of lung cancer each year are caused... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The invisible killer threatening tradiesare unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
are unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect against silica dust on the job site, the Cancer Council says. New estimates from the cancer charity suggest more than 230 cases of lung cancer each year are caused... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Cancer fears for tradies, home renovatorsare unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
are unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect against silica dust on the job site, the Cancer Council says. New estimates from the cancer charity suggest more than 230 cases of lung cancer each year are caused... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cancer fears for tradies, home renovatorsare unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
are unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect against silica dust on the job site, the Cancer Council says. New estimates from the cancer charity suggest more than 230 cases of lung cancer each year are caused... Read more
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News.com.au
Cancer fears for tradies, home renovatorsare unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
are unknowingly putting themselves at risk of lung cancer by failing to protect against silica dust on the job site, the Cancer Council says. New estimates from the cancer charity suggest more than 230 cases of lung cancer each year are caused... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New skin cancer warning: not all suspect moles are darka lot of people assume, wrongly, that melanomas are associated with dark pigmen
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
a lot of people assume, wrongly, that melanomas are associated with dark pigmented moles," said Chris McMillan, the CEO of Cancer Council Queensland. But research has shown that risks missing a significant number of potential lethal... Read more
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The Border Mail
MEGA GALLERY: Border Relay for Lifesaw 2800 participants in 131 teams raise $418,000 towards the cause, with $2.1
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
saw 2800 participants in 131 teams raise $418,000 towards the cause, with $2.1 million donated in the last five years. Cancer Council Western NSW community relations co-ordinator Emma Ryall said everyone was proud of the Border relay and the... Read more
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Herald Sun
New guidelines to spot atypical melanomasupdated clinical guidelines for the detection and management of the deadly skin
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
updated clinical guidelines for the detection and management of the deadly skin disease being written up with support from Cancer Council Australia and Melanoma Institute Australia. Cancer Council CEO, Professor Sanchia Aranda says its important... Read more
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