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    • Critical action on smoking will save lives
      21 May 2014

      Cancer Council SA has welcomed the State Government’s action on smoking in alfresco dining areas and reinstating funding for critical advertising to encourage South Australians to quit smoking.

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    • Nurses provide support, information and dispel the myths
      12 May 2014

      Cancer Council 13 11 20 telephone support service receives more than 7,000 calls per year as the South Australian community seeks guidance, assurance and assistance with all things cancer-related.

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    • A record-breaking Adelaide Relay For Life this weekend
      03 May 2014

      Thousands of passionate fundraisers will walk 19 hours non-stop around Adelaide Showgrounds this weekend to raise money for cancer research, prevention and support services in South Australia.

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    • Tea time for cancer research
      01 May 2014

      Thousands of people across South Australia will come together this month to celebrate Cancer Council’s most popular fundraiser, and share a cuppa with their friends, family or workmates for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

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    • Cuppa tea good saucer funds
      22 April 2014

      Every day, about 25 South Australians are diagnosed with cancer and sadly 10 won’t survive. To help change this statistic and fight for a cancer-free future, Cancer Council’s most popular annual fundraiser is brewing as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea returns in May.

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    • Cancer Council SA – runners-up in national transparency
      11 April 2014

      Cancer Council SA is honoured to have been recognised as runners-up in the national PwC Transparency Awards, held in Melbourne last night.

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    • Progress towards a cancer-free future
      10 April 2014

      This Friday 11th April, after more than two years since the launch of Cancer Council’s Beat Cancer Project, there will be a special update of the $20m research initiative which will provide a unique look into the future of cancer research.

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    • School grants to put skin cancer in the shade
      28 March 2014

      Cancer Council SA is encouraging South Australian secondary schools to put skin cancer in the shade and take advantage of a new school shade initiative.

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    • (Tug of) war on cancer
      19 March 2014

      As 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.

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    • Avoid being caught red-faced this Mad March
      01 March 2014

      With 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.

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