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News: Cancers triple in Queensland in 30 year period

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News: $4 million in cancer research funding announced

the generosity of Queenslanders. For more information about Cancer Council Queensland and the ACCR grants, visit cancerqld.org.au/researchgrants. ENDS Media are invited to attend for photo, filming and interview opportunities: Who: Cancer Council Queensland CEO Ms Chris McMillan,…

News: Australian researchers map the way to a cancer-free future

McAlister, Cervical cancer survivor Skye Dutson. Cancer Council Queensland CEO Ms Chris McMillan said the Atlas of Cancer in Australia was based on the success of CCQ’s Atlas of Cancer in Queensland, released in 2011. “This ground-breaking project will…

News: Volunteer Voice March 2017

Help us make the next cancer breakthrough Cancer Council needs Australians who have never been diagnosed with cancer to take part in our Australian Breakthrough Cancer Study. By recruiting one of the largest Australian research groups ever, the study aims…

Cancer in the School Community

practical issues for people with cancer, their families and friends Early detection and reducing cancer risk Cancer Council Queensland support services Order or Download Resources QUEST Cancer Prevention Program QUEST provides strategies, resources and ongoing support to promote health…

News: Cancer Survivors Miss Out on Help With Mental Wellbeing

for all cancers, at 66 per cent1, up to 70 per cent of cancer survivors have reported clinical levels of fear of their cancer returning2, with close to a third of all cancer survivors experiencing psychological issues (such as anxiety…

News: Volunteer Voice December 2018

…activist and volunteer Kristen Larsen was named as a state finalist for Queensland Young Australian of the Year, diagnosed with Stage 3C ovarian cancer at the of age 21 in 2013, Kristen has selflessly volunteered in Australia and internationally…

News: 28 Brisbane locals diagnosed with cancer every day

five most common cancers for Brisbane men are prostate cancer, melanoma, bowel cancer, lung cancer and non-hodgkin lymphoma. “The top five most common cancers for Brisbane women are breast cancer, melanoma, bowel cancer, lung cancer and uterine cancer. “Melanoma is…