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    • Commit to a ‘corker’ race day without the hangover
      06 November 2012

      With Melbourne Cup festivities in full swing, Cancer Council SA is encouraging punters to enjoy the day in moderation and make a commitment to better health.

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    • Spend a night in with the girls and help raise money for women’s cancer research
      31 October 2012

      Each year nearly 17,500 Australian women are diagnosed with breast and gynaecological cancers. This month you can join thousands of women across the country who will be staying in to help fight women’s cancers through Cancer Council’s Girls’ Night In.

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    • SA government applauded for ban on solaria
      25 October 2012

      Many lives will be saved because of the SA Government’s announcement of a total ban on solaria.

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    • Governor’s 10 are leading the way
      24 October 2012

      Now in their third year of training for the Santos Tour Down Under Bupa Challenge Tour, the Governor’s 10 team has received more interest than ever with the Hon Jay Weatherill, Premier of South Australia, signing up to Ride for a reason.

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    • SA turns Pink today
      19 October 2012

      South Australia is turning pink today in celebration of Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon Day on Monday 22 October. Show your support towards the fight against breast cancer and visit one of Cancer Council SA’s Pink Ribbon Day stalls across the state to pick up a Pink gift.

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    • Adelaide’s inaugural ‘Undies Run for Bowel Cancer’
      18 October 2012

      They’ve done it in New York, Chicago and Washington – now it’s Adelaide’s turn! People’s Choice, Australia’s second largest credit union and Cancer Council SA are proudly launching Adelaide’s inaugural ‘People’s Choice Undies Run for Bowel Cancer’ in January 2013.

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    • A healthy night in, for a healthy future
      15 October 2012

      Around 1,500 South Australian women - grandmothers, mothers, sisters, aunts, daughters and friends - are diagnosed with breast and gynaecological cancers each year. For every one of these women, Cancer Council SA wants a Girls' Night In host to show their support this October.

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    • I ♥ PINK
      04 October 2012

      1,121 South Australian women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year and tragically more than 200 women lose their lives to this terrible disease.

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    • Cancer Council Riverland Roadshow 2012
      02 October 2012

      Cancer Council SA is hitting the road and travelling to the Riverland this Thursday 4 October to thank the community for their ongoing support, and share important information to those wanting to minimize their cancer risk, learn more about our services or get involved.

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    • Get set for a SunSmart holiday break
      21 September 2012

      As parents and kids prepare for the school holidays to commence, Cancer Council is reminding families that UV levels are rising and so it is important to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide when heading outdoors.

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