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Manning River Times
Support available over holiday periodto connect with others who can relate to what they are experiencing. “The plat
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
to connect with others who can relate to what they are experiencing. “The platform is designed to complement existing Cancer Council NSW information and support services, connecting people with each other in real time, regardless of when they... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Driving palliative careAdvocating: Cancer Council NSW's Katherine Hodges (between mascots) at the Oran
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 days ago
Advocating: Cancer Council NSW's Katherine Hodges (between mascots) at the Orana Relay for Life, where the push for palliative care continued. Dubbo community members are being invited to throw their support behind a push for extra palliative care... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Funding allows for new palliative care specialistthink that’s [the investment] great news, not only for Dubbo but for the surrou
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 days ago
think that’s [the investment] great news, not only for Dubbo but for the surrounding areas,” Mrs Williams said. Cancer Council NSW has long been campaigning for more specialist palliative care doctor and nurse positions, a push that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Nearly one million NSW women overdue for Pap test as new cervical screening program kicks off – often over 10 years – justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
– often over 10 years – justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
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The Border Mail
Nearly one million women overdue as new cervical screening program begins- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Nearly one million women overdue as new cervical screening program begins- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Nearly one million women overdue as new cervical screening program begins- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 days ago
- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
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The Age
Nearly one million NSW women overdue for Pap test as new cervical screening program kicks off – often over 10 years – justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
– often over 10 years – justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Nearly one million NSW women overdue for Pap test as new cervical screening program kicks off – often over 10 years – justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
– often over 10 years – justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
15 related articles
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Western Advocate
Nearly one million women overdue as new cervical screening program begins- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
Western Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Nearly one million women overdue as new cervical screening program begins- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 days ago
- often over 10 years - justifying the longer interval. The program was a "win-win scenario" said director of research at Cancer Council NSW, Professor Karen Canfell. "It's not women's favourite procedure, so the good news is they'll need to go... Read more
15 related articles
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Canberra Times
Sun-safe hats not worn by nearly half of Sydney primary school students: reportapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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Western Advocate
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
Western Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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Manning River Times
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
Manning River Times / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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The North West Star
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
The North West Star / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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The Border Mail
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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The Courier
Sun safety on the backburner in Sydney primary schoolsapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sun-safe hats not worn by nearly half of Sydney primary school students: reportapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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The Age
Sun-safe hats not worn by nearly half of Sydney primary school students: reportapproaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlin
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
approaches and actions to protect students from the sun". "One approach outlined in the guidelines is to implement the Cancer Council NSW SunSmart Primary School program. The department works closely with the Cancer Council NSW which... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Orana Relay for Life raises over $50,000well as prevention and support programs in the local Orana Community. Katherin
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
well as prevention and support programs in the local Orana Community. Katherine Hodges, Community Relations Coordinator at Cancer Council NSW Western Region said not only does the money raised help to fund and conduct world class research, the... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW still burning our skintogether for National Skin Cancer Action Week from November 19-25 to remind Aus
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
together for National Skin Cancer Action Week from November 19-25 to remind Australians how to best protect their skin. Cancer Council NSW Western Region’s Brianna Carracher expressed concern that sun protection behaviours among adults in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Number of adults being sunburnt “alarming”National Skin Cancer Action Week (November 19-25) to remind Australians how to
Manning River Times / Posted 28 days ago
National Skin Cancer Action Week (November 19-25) to remind Australians how to best protect their skin. Abby Wallace from Cancer Council NSW northern region has expressed concern that sun protection behaviours among adults in the state had... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week that was around the region in pictures | Friday, November 10, 2017are preparing to close Totally Music. Photo: BEN WALKER DUBBO: Dubbo cancer su
Western Advocate / Posted a month ago
are preparing to close Totally Music. Photo: BEN WALKER DUBBO: Dubbo cancer survivor Flo Ashby with Brianna Carracher from Cancer Council NSW Western Region who is encouraging people to host a Girls' Night In this month. ORANGE: Heather Cameron,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week that was around the region in pictures | Friday, November 10, 2017are preparing to close Totally Music. Photo: BEN WALKER DUBBO: Dubbo cancer su
Daily Liberal / Posted a month ago
are preparing to close Totally Music. Photo: BEN WALKER DUBBO: Dubbo cancer survivor Flo Ashby with Brianna Carracher from Cancer Council NSW Western Region who is encouraging people to host a Girls' Night In this month. ORANGE: Heather Cameron,... Read more

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