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  • The Daffodil Edition

    Read our latest stories of your support. See below for selective stories or download the full edition of The Daffodil.

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    • Answers to your cancer questions
      10 February 2020

      Finding reliable information and the right kinds of support can help enormously. Thanks to your ongoing generosity, our 13 11 20 phone lines continue to stay open.

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    • The 20 year movement of a purple army
      10 February 2020

      For two decades, Relay For Life has given South Australians a unique and special way to celebrate, remember and fight back against cancer—with events held right across the state and throughout the year.

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    • Researcher Profile - February 2020
      10 February 2020

      Associate Professor Gregory’s research aims to discover new strategies to detect and treat therapy-resistant metastatic prostate cancer and identify factors that cause specific breast cancer cells to gain aggressive properties.

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    • What's in your lunchbox?
      10 February 2020

      Do you know the impact a good and balanced diet can have? By eating a diet full of healthy foods and teaming it with being physically active every day and maintaining a healthy body weight, you can lower your risk of cancer.

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    • Beech boys ride 220 kms in memory of mum, Tammy
      10 February 2020

      Last year 17 year old Kylan Beech came up with the idea to ride 220kms from Adelaide to the Riverland with his brothers and raise funds for Cancer Council SA. His motivation was his mum, Tammy, who was diagnosed with lung cancer and passed away a few years ago.

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    • Be a part of Daffodil Day
      08 July 2019

      The Daffodil Day Appeal is happening again this August, culminating on Daffodil Day, 23 August. Learn about how you can donate, get involved, or attend a VIP Researcher Showcase event to meet the researchers that you help to support through your donations.

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    • Researcher profile - July 2019
      08 July 2019

      Cancer Council-funded researcher Dr Tessa Gargett’s current work is investigating how the body’s immune system can be enhanced to attack and kill cancer cells more effectively. Her early trials with melanoma patients show that around 40 per cent of tumours are eliminated completely.

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    • Life after cancer
      08 July 2019

      Most people think that life after cancer would be something to smile about—but the cancer journey doesn’t always end when treatment does. Read about how to deal with emotions, fears, health, finances and more.

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    • The facts on fibre
      08 July 2019

      Have you considered how your daily fibre intake can actually impact your risk of bowel cancer? Hear from Cancer Council SA’s Nat von Bertouch about why fibre is so important, and find a great high-fibre salad recipe that’s sure to be a family favourite.

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    • A cuppa for a cause
      08 July 2019

      This year’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea raised over $1 million in South Australia alone for cancer research, prevention and support services, thanks to the hard work of 2,800 hero hosts in homes, communities and workplaces across the state. An incredible effort!

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    • Hayley's update
      08 July 2019

      Remember six-year-old Hayley from our recent Christmas Appeal? After enduring toxic chemotherapy to attack the soft-tissue cancer growing in her nasal cavity, we’re overjoyed to share that Hayley is now back to being her cheeky and smiley self—all thanks to your generous support.

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    Do you have a cancer question?

    Cancer causes questions. Call us for the answers.

  • Donate to cancer research

    Donate to cancer research

    Read how Kylan found inspiration in loss and created an incredible legacy in honour of his mum.

  • Donations In Memoriam

    Donations In Memoriam

    Remember your loved one’s life by helping to save others. Find out about our In Memoriam program.

  • Fundraising Events

    Fundraising Events

    We have a wide range of exciting events that give you the opportunity to support our vision of a cancer free future in a fun, easy yet symbolic way.

  • Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

    Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

    Every day researchers are working towards new breakthroughs in cancer, but have you ever stopped to think how many are female?