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(Tug of) war on cancer
19 March 2014As well as being some of the strongest men and women on the Eyre Peninsula, a group of ten staff from Port Lincoln Prison have proven they’re also some of the most generous.
Avoid being caught red-faced this Mad March
01 March 2014With the Clipsal 500 kicking off Mad March this weekend, Cancer Council SA is reminding the thousands of people heading to outdoor events that UV levels remain in the very high range in South Australia.
It is time for SA to shape up
24 February 2014This month features National Healthy Weight Week and Cancer Council SA is calling on South Australian’s to prioritise their health with evidence indicating the state is leading the nation in the rate of overweight and obese people.
SunSmart school action for next State Government
04 February 2014Cancer Council SA is marking this year’s World Cancer Day by releasing its State election policy priorities, which include nine key actions it is calling on the next South Australian Government to undertake.
Gearing up to help beat cancer
24 January 2014Thousands of riders will take off for the Santos Tour Down Under Bupa Challenge Tour today, including more than 450 people who are dedicating their ride to beating cancer.
Homeowners to help beat cancer
24 January 2014South Australian cancer research, prevention and support will receive a boost, thanks to Raine & Horne SA.
In the running to beat cancer
15 January 2014A group of city tax accountants will leave their calculators behind when they tackle the People’s Choice Undies Run for Bowel Cancer this month.
Gearing up to beat cancer
15 January 2014Just four months after losing their brother and brother-in-law Rob to cancer, Ray, Doug and Shirley Munn are focused on ensuring other families don’t experience the same sense of loss.
Cyclist sets off to honour wife, father
15 January 2014When Brian Schultz lost his wife and father to cancer within two days of each other in October, it was difficult to see a way forward.
Hundreds of thousands of lives saved since we were told the truth about tobacco, but millions still at risk
13 January 2014This month marks 50 years since the public was first told smoking was linked with disease and Cancer Council SA is using this important landmark month to urge South Australian smokers to quit and to remind the government that the war on tobacco has not yet been won.