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Cancer Council NSW
yesterday at 21:38. Facebook
A woman with terminal cancer says she "feels very special" after meeting her hero, Beau Ryan, who rushed to her bedside in hospital after an urgent Facebook plea.

'He kissed me': Woman with cancer gets wish to meet hero Beau Ryan

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Cancer Council NSW
12/09/2016 at 21:43. Facebook
“We’ve had to keep windows closed and doors closed to try and prevent second-hand smoke from coming into our apartment.” - Margot, the mother of a 12 week old and 2 year old, has been receiving second-hand smoke from her neighbours for the past few years.

Everybody should have the right to breathe clean air, especially in their home. Learn how you can achieve smoke-free apartment living with...
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Cancer Council NSW
12/09/2016 at 06:16. Facebook
“The thing about cancer was, I just got asked this question, “What do you want from life and how do you want to live it?” That’s what it felt like it was asking of me.” – Emma, thyroid cancer survivor and member of Cancer Council Online Community

To read more of Emma’s story head to [ Ow.ly Link ]
Cancer Council NSW
12/08/2016 at 06:02. Facebook
3/3 Before the diagnosis, my life had ground to a halt. This “voice” set me on a new path, re-starting my heart, mind and soul. It’s demanded that I speak my truth, even in the face of doctors who are only concerned with “normal” (and not what a patient’s subjective experience is). It’s asked me to make difficult life changes, and to become a staunch advocate for myself and my needs. Even when...
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Cancer Council NSW
12/07/2016 at 06:36. Facebook
2/3 I wake up in hospital 8 days later, only this time the Endone has had the opposite effect and it’s all I can do to breathe without sobbing, and I eventually fall back into a deep sleep. Two hours later, I reawaken to notice two very neat matching scars, looking like a little smile across my sore and stiff neck. They start me on daily Thyroxine – the first day of the rest of my...
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Cancer Council NSW
12/06/2016 at 06:24. Facebook
1/3 "It is unfortunately cancer. Papillary thyroid cancer. It’s also present in the lymph node we removed."
I nod, keeping my eyes focused on his face. I daren’t even glance at any other face in this room lest my entire body and mind rip apart at their very seams and all my stuffing spills out like an abandoned rag doll. He’s saying he’d like to schedule surgery to remove the remaining part of...
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Cancer Council NSW
12/05/2016 at 23:00. Facebook
"Over the years, advertisers have gotten more clever. Young children can't really tell the difference between ads and the show they're watching."

Could You Resist These Junk Food Ads When You Were A Kid?

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Cancer Council NSW
12/05/2016 at 06:35. Facebook
“By volunteering and getting involved, especially with some of the Advocacy stuff, people feel like they are making a real difference. They feel they are able to do something, even if it is for cancer generally, it’s helping their friend indirectly.” Liz Hing - CCNSW Volunteer
Today is International Volunteer day and we celebrate the passion Liz Hing brings to her role as chair of the Northern...
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Volunteering gives Liz the chance to meet amazing people

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Australians' top excuse (37%) for getting sunburnt in 2016 was: 'It was a hot day so I stayed out in the sun too long'.

Stop making excuses for sunburn

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It's Fritters Day! Yes, there's an actual day for fritters.
Don't have a fritter recipe to celebrate? Don't frit, give our zucchini and corn fritters a try!

Zucchini and Corn Fritters

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Most cervical cancers are caused by HPV infections and in the last five years, experts agree that a HPV test is in fact far more accurate in detecting these pre-cancerous changes, at a much earlier stage, compared to a Pap smear test.

What The New Cervical Cancer Screening Scheme Means For You

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Obesity is the leading cause of poor health in this country yet little is being done to make junk food less appealing, affordable or accessible.

Does junk food need the tobacco treatment?

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“These model by-laws are a good step forward. However, the best and most effective way of protecting owners and tenants from exposure to secondhand smoke is a complete ban on smoking within strata schemes." Scott Walsberger, Cancer Council NSW

New strata laws to reduce secondhand smoke exposure for NSW apartment blocks

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November is a time to focus on men's health, which is why we'll be discussing all things about men and cancer in our upcoming webinar.

From ongoing treatments to relationships and sexuality, we'll discuss strategies about how to cope with these issues affecting men who've had a cancer diagnosis.

Free Webinar: “What is the latest research telling us about men’s experience of cancer?”

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I wear an SPF sunscreen every day, and have left my obsession with lazing for hours in the sun behind me. Hats are my friend. Overshirts are my friend.

"Why I'm finally giving up my tanning obsession this summer."

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With temperatures rising, remember to put a hat on ahead of going outside this summer! #SunSmart5
Recent investigations have found that 4 alcoholic drinks could be adding a whopping 4,000 kilojoules to your diet. This is similar to 20 chicken nuggets, 12 Paddle Pops, three and a half cheeseburgers or five bowls of Froot Loops and milk.

How many calories you're really consuming at your Christmas party

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November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness of lung cancer, the most common cause of cancer death in Australia.
With the help of your support, we’re able to fund world-class research that will help us beat lung cancer.

Our Research into Lung Cancer

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From next year, women will be recommended to get an HPV test every five years, instead of a Pap test every two. The new test detects HPV, the virus that causes virtually all cervical cancers.