Research coauthored by Professor Sanchia Aranda - CEO Cancer Council Australia released this week

Where you live affects chances of undergoing life-saving pancreatic surgery, NSW study shows
We’re looking for a team of superheroes to volunteer with us at the HSBC Sydney 7s. We’ll collect donations and sell programs throughout the tournament. Join the action and help support World Cancer Day. #WeCanICan

HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series
February 4 is World Cancer Day! See how you can get involved here: #WeCanICan
Thinking about your New Year’s Resolutions? Cancer Council has done the work for you!

3 Healthy resolutions for 2017
We would like to thank all our wonderful supporters this year! Your donations have helped people with cancer and their families access a range of support services. We couldn't do it without you.
Did you know your donations can help provide financial advice and support to someone with cancer?
Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Cancer Council Australia!
If you're going to be outside this Christmas Day, don't forget to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide!

Blue skies, hot temperatures predicted for Christmas Day
What a great Christmas story. Thanks to NARTA and Hisense for helping make this happen - of course a huge thanks to Annelyn Van Der Hoek and her husband Peter Vestjens who funded it.
Did you know that by reducing your alcohol intake you can also reduce your cancer risk?

What is a standard drink?
The holidays often mean a decrease in blood donations - which are vital for some Australians with cancer. If you are interested in donating, please visit

Cancer patients at risk of blood shortage
NEWS: Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre will lead a new Centre for Research Excellence for Infection to better predict which cancer patients are at risk of infection as part of their cancer treatment.

Challenge to defeat cancer infections
Can you get skin cancer if you tan, but never burn? Find out what our experts said.

Fact or fiction?
Even low levels of 'social' cigarette consumption are damaging to you and the people around you.

'Tis the season of the social smoker
"For all the times I cried and raged, I laughed and laughed and laughed too." Alice writes about her experience with breast cancer

7 Things You Learn When You Get Breast Cancer At 26
Looking for information on menopausal symptoms after treatment for breast cancer?

Managing menopausal symptoms after breast cancer - a guide for women | Cancer Australia
This Christmas, give a gift for someone you know. Donate now and send a card to a loved one

The Gift of Giving - Donate now
NEWS: Only 37 per cent of people surveyed knew that bowel cancer is one of the most prevalent forms of cancer in women.

Not a man's disease: bowel cancer risk underestimated among women