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Leading a healthy lifestyle can reduce breast cancer risk
23 October 2017With October marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cancer Council SA is urging women to commit to making positive lifestyle choices to decrease their risk of breast cancer.
Strategic program helping to drive down Indigenous smoking rates
20 October 2017A South Australian developed training program is helping to Close The Gap. New modelling by the ABS has found the proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 18 years and over who smoke tobacco fell by 22 per cent over 20 years from 1994 to 2014–15.
Mobile website helps cancer patients find their way
16 October 2017As of today, Cancer Council SA is helping Australians recently diagnosed with cancer to access a free online self-help tool from any device around the world.
Being breast aware saves lives
13 October 2017This October, Cancer Council SA is encouraging women under 50 to be breast aware by regularly checking for changes in their breasts.
25 years of Fundraising for Cancer Council SA
11 October 2017Kaye Copley and her fundraising group ‘Friends of Daffodil Day’ were presented with a special certificate Wednesday, 11 October to recognise more than $190,000 raised for Cancer Council SA.
Commissioner launches 10 years of Riding for a reason
09 October 2017Police Commissioner Grant Stevens APM will lead the Commissioner’s 100, a dedicated team of riders who are committed to raising over $100,000 in the 10th anniversary of Cancer Council SA’s Ride for a reason.
Annabelle and Lilly’s afternoon tea Girls’ Night In
09 October 2017When seven year old Annabelle and five year old Lilly first heard about Cancer Council SA’s Girls’ Night In they turned to their mum and said – let’s do a Girls’ Night In for Nanny.
Garage sale with the girls’
21 September 2017For the past three years, Naracoorte local Julie Zanol has hosted a Girls’ Night In with a twist. Based in regional South Australia, it’s hard for Julie and her girlfriends to get together for a night in. So instead Julie encouraged her girlfriends and their families to come to her for ‘Everyone’s Day Out’.
10 Years of Nights In with the Girls’
20 September 2017In 2007 Cancer Council SA Ambassador Leanne Prior was diagnosed with breast cancer. The diagnosis was one which changed her life and started her ten year connection with Cancer Council SA.
Host a Girls’ Night In and support women affected by cancer
15 September 2017Register to host a Girl’s Night In anytime in October and raise funds for those affected by breast or a gynaecological cancer.