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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 13
Survival rate at the start of the trial: 35% 💔 Survival rate at the end: 70% ❤️
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Sanchia Aranda Dec 12
RIP - you can be assured your advocacy will make a long term difference. The ovarian cancer community thanks you
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 11
In the fight for , we must put the needs of the poorest & most marginalised groups first, not last.
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 11
17,000 Aussie men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. 💔 But with 👉YOUR👈support, Cancer Council researchers are helping survivors maintain a good quality of life.
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 10
The sooner is identified and treated, the better your chance of avoiding surgery or, in the case of a serious melanoma or other skin cancer, potential disfigurement or even death.
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 9
"My daughter isn't a statistic, she had a name and she fought her whole life to be here." 😢 👆This is why we need significant investment in dedicated research to improve outcomes for those affected, especially children.
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 9
"It wasn't until I tried on my first wig that I thought It's ok. It's not going to grow back, but i've got these beautiful wigs and these wonderful services, and there's people out there who will support me and find the right wig for me."
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 8
Early diagnosis of lung cancer is critical to improving outcomes. is inviting the public to have your say on the Screening enquiry.
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 6
We’re unlocking the answers to a cancer free future through our world-class research. Find out more👇
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 4
Did you know Australia’s most disadvantaged are 37% more likely to die of cancer than the richest? The theme is "volunteer for an inclusive future". We need to recognise that social inequalities exist, impact on all health outcomes, & that the inequality gap is widening.
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 3
The latest data shows over 1.8 million women in Australia have already had the new Cervical Screening Test – are 👉YOU👈 one of them?
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Rohan Greenland Dec 2
Pleased to support today’s launch of Parliamentary Friends of Preventive Health with many health colleagues including . Strong support from all parties. Fine words from .
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 2
Replying to @CancerCouncilOz
Availability of our services varies around the country. To find out about support services for people affected by cancer in your local area, get in touch with your local Cancer Council or call 13 11 20.
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Cancer Council Aust. Dec 2
"It's such a stressful time and it consumes you. When you find people like Cancer Council who are so willing to help you, you can concentrate on your treatment more so than the accomodation, the transport."
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Christopher Steer Dec 1
Non-Melanoma skin cancer now called Keratinocyte Cancer. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Clinical practice guidelines for keratinocyte cancer - Clinical Guidelines Wiki
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Sanchia Aranda Nov 29
And the most common cause of death from cancer.
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Union for International Cancer Control Nov 26
More can be prevented, treated and even cured than ever before. Progress is Possible! Join us on the 4 February 2020 to help build a free future.
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Cancer Council Aust. Nov 27
200,000 Aussie men are living with prostate cancer. 💔 20,000 are diagnosed each year. 💔 3,500 die. 💔 New research shows these men need more support!
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Cancer Council Aust. Nov 26
"If Cancer Council didn't have the online community, people would be forced to look elsewhere for the kind of 24/7 online support that people clearly need when they're going through cancer."
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