Cancer information from diagnosis to treatment and after cancer care.
How to support someone with cancer from diagnosis to treatment and after cancer care.
Up to 50% of cancers can be prevented. Find out how.
Call 13 11 20 to speak with an experienced cancer nurse for information and support.
Accurate, evidence-based answers to your cancer questions.
Cancer information that includes culturally appropriate and relevant resources.
Cancer Council SA periodically provides submissions on a range of issues to the South Australian Government...
Subsidised accommodation for country people in Adelaide for cancer treatment.
Our free cancer counselling service allows you to discuss your cancer experience and its impact on your life.
Comprehensive information for rural South Australians affected by cancer.
Services to help you deal with many of the challenges of a cancer diagnosis.
We can help you find relevant community and government resources that may be able to assist you financially.
Support for health professionals treating people with cancer.
Connecting to people who've had a similar experience.
Up to 50% of cancers can be prevented. Find out how.
Talk to the professionally trained Quitline counsellors to get support through your quitting journey.
Buy the latest SunSmart products to protect your family from harmful UV.
Ensure your Early Childhood centre has the right balance between sun protection and sun exposure for...
Apply for SunSmart school status and ensure your school has the right balance between sun protection and...
Overexposure to UV radiation during childhood and adolescence is known to be a major risk factor in the...
Protect your employees from over exposure to UV and meet your occupational health and safety requirements.
Bowel cancer is 90 per cent curable if found at an early stage. You can buy an FOBT kit by calling 13 11 20.
There are various ways that you can make a donation and make a difference in the fight to beat cancer.
Taking part in one of our exciting events can be a fun and rewarding way to support Cancer Council SA.
Leaving a gift in your will to a cause close to your heart is a wonderful way for your life to be celebrated.
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We will only beat cancer by uniting with the community. You can be a part of that. Read more.
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I was honoured and delighted when the Premier, The Hon Jay Weatherill, approached me recently to take on the position of Lieutenant Governor of South Australia. Read more.
Cancer Council SA is honoured to have been recognised as runners-up in the national PwC Transparency Awards for the quality and transparency of our reporting.
A simple bowel cancer screening test kit could save your life or that of a loved one. To purchase your kit click here or call Cancer Council 13 11 20.
Have you ever wanted to ride the Santos Tour Down Under - every day, every stage? The 2015 Beat Cancer Tour is for you.
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If Professor Howarth’s project is a success, not only will a lot of people be spared a lot of pain. Lives will be saved as a result of treatments continuing that would otherwise have been stopped prematurely. Read more.
In December 2012, rising Australian basketball star Josh Bond texted his mum Lisa from America with the devastating news he’d been diagnosed with cancer. This is his story.
Cancer Council books and information are provided for all people affected by cancer and we want to know if we are providing the information you want and need. We would love your feedback on our Understanding Radiotherapy book.
The Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run is just around the corner, being held on Sunday 21 September 2014! As part of your participation in this iconic South Australian fun run, why not become a Cancer Council SA SUPERHero?
Are you currently going through cancer treatment and looking for a convenient way to improve your physical and mental well-being? Read more.
Raise awareness about important cancer issues
and help others cope with treatment and feel less alone. Read more about how to share your story.
Call 13 11 20 to speak to a nurse for cancer information and support
calls to a Cancer Council nurse for information and support today. 7,039 calls last year.
Quitline calls providing support to people wanting to quit smoking. 7,774 calls last year.
room nights of accommodation provided last year to country people with cancer and their families.