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Cancer Council SA welcomes new Board members
18 February 2015Two prominent South Australians have become the newest members of Cancer Council SA’s Board of Directors, bringing with them knowledge and experience that will deliver many benefits for the organisation.
Chief Executive to retire after a decade leading the cancer fight
06 February 2015Cancer Council SA Chief Executive, Professor Brenda Wilson, has announced that she will retire from the organisation in the coming months.
Essential to capture more data on cancer survivorship
06 February 2015Despite more and more South Australians surviving a cancer diagnosis, very little is known about the quality of life of survivors. More must be done to address those at highest risk of falling through the gaps of the health system, a conference in Adelaide will hear this weekend.
New research shows almost 2.4 million Aussie adults (147,000 in SA) sunburnt on summer weekends
04 February 2015Today is World Cancer Day (4 Feb) and new research released by Cancer Council shows that approximately 430,000 more Australian adults are getting sunburnt on the weekend than they were four years ago, increasing their risk of skin cancer.
Ceduna to renovate room at Cancer Council Lodge - Greenhill
27 January 2015A team of fundraisers in Ceduna have raised over $10,000 to renovate a room at Cancer Council Lodge - Greenhill.
Berri Bike Boys back in action
22 January 2015Formed in 2013, the Berri Bike Boys are a group of Riverland residents, riding for a reason in the Bupa Challenge, to help beat cancer.
Holden supporting the cause
16 January 2015Iconic car manufacturer Holden is supporting a team of almost 50 employees to participate in Cancer Council’s Ride for a reason to help beat cancer.
Aish’s swap footy shorts for undies
08 January 2015The Aish family will swap their traditional footy shorts for undies this January in the third, annual People’s Choice Undies Run for Bowel Cancer.
Make a life-saving New Year’s resolution
27 December 2014Cancer Council SA is urging South Australians to make quitting smoking a priority this New Year.
Support is only a call away over festive season
23 December 2014The festive season can be a stressful and challenging time for those who have had their lives affected by cancer, and Cancer Council SA wants to remind people that support is available during this period.