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30 years of fighting cancer
24 August 2016Alex Hathaway (82) has fought cancer for over 30 years. He will join the Jamestown locals this August when Daffodil Day rolls around, also acknowledging the 30th year that Australians have supported the event.
Survivor at 16 and fighting for others
24 August 2016Seung Hun (Eddie) Han was only 15 when diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Text to donate to Cancer Council this Daffodil Day
02 August 2016South Australians can text to donate and dedicate a daffodil to someone they know on Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day Friday 26 August, 2016
Screening rates leave room for improvement
25 July 2016South Australia is performing well for cervical screening and breast screening rates in comparison with the rest of the country, but Cancer Council SA says that participation rates remain too low.
Diners to enjoy a healthier outdoor meal
01 July 2016Cancer Council SA has welcomed the introduction of legislation from Friday that will see South Australians enjoy state-wide smoke-free outdoor dining experiences.
Be a dry hero
30 June 2016Cancer Council SA is calling for support in its quest to raise much needed funds for the one in two Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85.
Finding new ways to assist rural cancer survivors
20 June 2016New research is being undertaken to find out how rural cancer survivors and their carers could be better supported when they finish treatment and return home to rural locations.
Help for parents to talk to kids about cancer
15 June 2016A resource from Cancer Council SA will help guide parents and families when talking about a cancer diagnosis with their children.
SunSmart team to educate locals in the South-East
07 June 2016Cancer Council SA’s SunSmart team will be in the state’s south-east in the coming days to talk with councils, schools and sporting clubs about the importance of sun protection and how to implement best practice strategies.
No better time to quit smoking
31 May 2016Today is World No Tobacco Day and Cancer Council SA is highlighting the costs, both health-related and financial, of being a smoker.