Cancer Council NSW
Cancer Council NSW
yesterday at 22:32. Facebook
"We know our own love and admiration will be magnified many times over, across the world, by people who knew him for his films, his television shows."
We know our own love and admiration will be magnified many times

James Bond actor Roger Moore dies aged 89

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Cancer Council NSW
Cancer Council NSW
yesterday at 07:10. Facebook
More funding for specialist palliative care will improve support for people with many illnesses other than cancer. We’re pleased to announce Alzheimer's Australia NSW has just endorsed our I Care for Palliative Care campaign.
This week is National Palliative Care Week and if your organisation or business is yet to endorse the campaign, this week is the perfect time. [ Ow.ly Link ]
More funding for specialist palliative care will improve support for people with

Will your organisation or business support palliative care?

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Cancer Council NSW
Cancer Council NSW
05/25/2017 at 07:01. Facebook
It's the official Australia's #BiggestMorningTea day! If you're hosting or thinking of hosting here's the perfect menu plan from our own Australia's Biggest Morning Tea cookbook!
Its the official Australias BiggestMorningTea day If youre hosting or thinking of

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea menu plan

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Cancer Council NSW
Cancer Council NSW
05/24/2017 at 00:20. Facebook
Thank you to The Hon. Shelley Hancock MP for hosting her 6th Australia's #BiggestMorningTea today at NSW Parliament House! We thank you for your continued support.
If you'd like to join Hon. Shelley Hancock and host your own Australia's Biggest Morning Tea, visit
Cancer Council NSW
Cancer Council NSW
05/23/2017 at 07:10. Facebook
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea is fast approaching! A Morning Tea would be muffin without some savoury muffins! Try out Steve Flood's yummy muffin recipe.
To host an Australia's Biggest Morning Tea visit [ Ow.ly Link ]
Cancer Council NSW
Cancer Council NSW
05/22/2017 at 07:14. Facebook
May is Brain Cancer Action month with the aim to increase awareness for brain cancer.
Dr David Ziegler is developing a new therapy to treat the most aggressive of all childhood cancers - diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas. These tumours cannot be removed surgically and don't respond to chemotherapy. Dr. Zieglar's project focusses on new and innovative treatment approaches.
May is Brain Cancer Action month with the aim to increase awareness for brain cancer

Cancer Council has awarded $6million in new cancer research funding

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Scott Stevenson
Belinda Barbagallo
Julianne Fraser
Cancer Council NSW
Cancer Council NSW
05/20/2017 at 22:10. Facebook
Get inspired for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea with this tasty but healthy carrot cake from chef Sian Redgrave!
Get inspired for Australias Biggest Morning Tea with this tasty but healthy

Healthy carrot cake Recipe

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The good news is that there is an exciting field of research currently evaluating how we could best identify the people who could potentially be screened for lung cancer.
The good news is that there is an exciting field of research

Who should be screened for lung cancer?

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Thousands of Australians are gathering together this May and June to share a cup of tea and give back to a good cause for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
Thousands of Australians are gathering together this May and June to share

Download Your Free Cookbook For Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

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The free Brain Tumour Education & Support Forum is an opportunity for people diagnosed with brain cancer, their carers and families to learn from the experts about the latest research treatment options, support and community services.
The free Brain Tumour Education Support Forum is an opportunity for people

Brain Tumour Education & Support Forum - supported by Cancer Council NSW

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It's World Baking Day! Bake yourself happy with these yummy Daffodil cookies!
Making them for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea will also make you a smart cookie.
For the full recipe visit [ Ow.ly Link ]
Nicole Ponce
“Research like this study is made possible by donations from events like Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea – in May and June, Cancer Council NSW is encouraging people across the state to gather their friends, family or workmates for a cup of tea and a bite to eat whilst raising money to support Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.”
Research like this study is made possible by donations from events like

6000 to be saved from rare cervical cancer

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Sue Daniels
The tool could be used in the future to determine which heavy smokers over the age of 55 would be good candidates for a potential screening program.
The tool could be used in the future to determine which heavy

Lung cancer risk prediction test developed using algorithm

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Lisa Rose
Caz Vero
Mother's Day is a tough time of year for those who have lost their mums. Leigh lost her mum to cancer and shares how she came to terms with the "cold hard fact that I had just been deemed ‘motherless’."
Mothers Day is a tough time of year for those who have

How one woman reclaimed her life through her grief

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Nicolina Parigiani
Kerry Adcock Hunt
In 1995, Fae Sproule, the warm, widely-loved grandmother from Mullumbimby on the NSW north coast realised that the community was crying out for a cancer support and fundraising group, and she got together with like-minded locals to form the Brunswick Valley Cancer Action Group. With Fae as its president, the group went on to raise more than $200,000 for cancer research.

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In 1995 Fae Sproule the warm widelyloved grandmother from Mullumbimby on the
"I hope my children will never hear the words "You have cancer” and cancer will lose the ability to take lives because we are able to address it easily and simply. Get out and get involved in your local community, together we are stronger and WILL make a difference. Imagine if everyone was able to pitch in just a little bit what a difference we would make! " – Verity Currey - CCNSW...
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I hope my children will never hear the words You have cancer
“Just by virtue of the fact that you’re volunteering with a community organisation… you find lots of other volunteers and people with similar ideas and similar ideals and they become your friends. People who are wanting to do things for others.” - Doug Stinson, Cancer Council NSW volunteer.

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Just by virtue of the fact that youre volunteering with a community

How Doug became involved in his community by volunteering

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Denise Harris
Our family and friends living in nursing homes deserve care from a Registered Nurse. Right now, that’s not always possible in NSW. But this Thursday the NSW Parliament will debate a Bill that, if passed, will ensure that a Registered Nurse has to be on duty at all times.
Will you join us in letting your local MP know that you support this legislation? Visit [ Ow.ly Link ] to find your MP and...
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Our family and friends living in nursing homes deserve care from a
Helen Turnbull
It’s difficult to imagine that any good can come from cancer. But so many people who survive it find that something does. For Trish, it was the chance to meet people she thinks of as “cancer veterans” – men and women who have lived with a cancer diagnosis and survived for 10, 15 years, even 20 years. Their wisdom and strength gave her the courage to continue her own cancer journey, and meeting...
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Its difficult to imagine that any good can come from cancer But

From cancer survivor to cancer inspiration

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Keely Bennett
Beverley Bromfield
Liezl Little
Many women believe that a routine pap smear will detect ovarian cancer as well as cervical. This is not the case!
Make sure this World Ovarian Cancer Day you and the women in your life know the symptoms of ovarian cancer.
Many women believe that a routine pap smear will detect ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer: what are the symptoms?

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Susan Carabine
Em Callachor
Sandra Beckett