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Cancer Institute NSW

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Western Advocate
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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Manning River Times
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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The North West Star
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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The Border Mail
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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The Courier
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Smoking in pregnancy remains a problem, as caesarian rates riseNSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
NSW Quitline and the iCanQuit website – icanquit.com.au. “In 2017-18, the NSW Government invested $1.8 million through the Cancer Institute NSW to these two services, and $4.4 million to tobacco control measures,” she said. “NSW Health services... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney suburbs where one in 10 heavily pregnant women smokestep is raising the issue … asking women, if they do smoke and if they say yes,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
step is raising the issue … asking women, if they do smoke and if they say yes, then offering them support,” she said. The Cancer Institute NSW iCanQuit campaign provides resources for pregnant women, including pathways to nicotine-replacement... Read more
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Australian Senior Golfer
Swinging golfers toward good sun protection: The “Improve Your Long Game Program”Paul Gow to encourage sun protection awareness amongst golfers through the Impr
Australian Senior Golfer / Posted 14 days ago
Paul Gow to encourage sun protection awareness amongst golfers through the Improve Your Long Game Program. Co-funded by Cancer Institute NSW, Improve Your Long Game supports participating golf clubs to help keep members protected from the sun by... Read more
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Manning River Times
Club Taree swings members towards good sun protectionto Improve their long game and reduce their skin cancer risk by using sun prote
Manning River Times / Posted 28 days ago
to Improve their long game and reduce their skin cancer risk by using sun protection every time they play. Co-funded by Cancer Institute NSW, Improve Your Long Game supports participating golf clubs to help keep members protected from the sun by... Read more

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