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closer to a cancer free future. One in two Queenslanders will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85 and the funds you raise enable us to invest in life-saving cancer research, prevention programs and patient support services. Our…

News: Meet Jenny, Cancer Connect Volunteer

the switch to Cancer Council Queensland in 2006 – after her younger sister was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003. Jenny’s cancer journey continued in 2006, when she was diagnosed with lung cancer. Back then, lung cancer had a stigma…

News: Cancer Council Queensland welcomes sugary drinks crackdown

say by completing the survey at For more about Cancer Council Queensland visit or phone 13 11 20. ENDS For more information, contact: Laura McKoy, Manager, Public Relations, Cancer Council Queensland P. (07) 3634 5345 or 0409 001…

News: World Cancer Day: Volunteers Can

World Cancer Day aims to raise awareness by uniting and mobilising people the world over in the fight against cancer. The 2016 theme is “We can. I can.” – highlighting that we all have a role to play in cancer

What is cancer?

the body. How cancer spreads The cancer that first develops is called the primary cancer. It is considered localised cancer if it has not spread to other parts of the body. If the primary cancer cells grow and form another…

cancer of unknown primary

Cancer is found in the body but the location where the cancer first started growing (the primary site) cannot be determined. Also called cancer of occult primary.

Latest cancer statistics

Statistics are used to inform the development of programs and resources as well as to improve treatment and survival for people affected by cancer. Published Reports Research results published in peer-reviewed research reports and monographs. Queensland Cancer Statistics