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.
Subsidised accommodation for country people in Adelaide for cancer treatment.
Our free cancer counselling service offers you an opportunity to discuss your cancer experience and its impact on your life.
Comprehensive information for rural South Australians affected by cancer.
Cancer Council SA runs two eduction programs to help you cope with the difficulties that arise from a cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Services to help you deal with many of the challenges of a cancer diagnosis.
Cancer Council 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 experienced and professionally trained Quitline counsellors to get support while you work through your quitting journey.
Buy the latest SunSmart products to protect your family from harmful UV.
Apply for SunSmart Early Childhood status and ensure your centre has the right balance between sun protection and sun exposure for vitamin D production.
Apply for SunSmart school status and ensure your school has the right balance between sun protection and sun exposure for vitamin D production.
Overexposure to UV radiation during childhood and adolescence is known to be a major risk factor in the development of skin cancer.
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.
Whether you take part in one of our exciting events or create and organise your own – fundraising can be a fun and rewarding way to support Cancer Council SA.
Do you have an idea that is out of the box? Do you think it rocks? You can turn virtually anything into a fundraiser…let us help you turn your idea into reality.
Leaving a gift in your will to a cause close to your heart is a wonderful way for your life to be celebrated. A gift to Cancer Council SA can help those affected by cancer and create hope for future generations.
Established by Marjorie Jackson-Nelson—the Lithgow Flash and former Governor of South Australia —in memory of her husband, Australian Olympic cyclist, Peter Nelson.
Every day people from all walks of life donate their time, knowledge and energy to help Cancer Council SA support people affected by cancer. Register today.
We will only beat cancer by uniting with the community. You can be a part of that. Read more.
Access the list of current behavioural research taking place in South Australia.
Join us and make a difference in the fight to beat cancer by becoming a Cancer Council Ambassador.
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Keep in touch with what is happening in the fight to beat cancer.
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What will you do today to help beat cancer?
Read about A/Professor Deborah White's research that could radically change the way we think about the diagnosis and treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
Understanding your family history of bowel cancer just might save your life!
Some cancers progress so quickly, there isn’t time for a second chance at treatment. This turned out to be the case for Nathan when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. Read Nathan’s story.
Don't forget to buy your new Entertainment Book!100% of profit generated from the sale of each book goes towards Cancer Council SA’s fight to beat cancer!
Cancer Council understands the need for doctors and health professionals to be able to access the most up-to-date, evidence-based cancer information and resources. Prevention, diagnosis and treatment raise questions. We can help you answer them.
Cancer Council SA was pleased to be recognised as one of 10 finalists in the revenue $5m to $30m category in the
2012 PwC Transparency Awards for the quality and transparency of our reporting.
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Call 13 11 20 to speak to a nurse for cancer information and support
Join our growing network of Ambassadors who represent us in the community: sharing awareness and prevention messages, connecting people with support services and speaking up on our behalf.
Do you have an idea that is out of the box? Do you think it rocks? You can turn virtually anything into a fundraiser… let us help you turn your idea into reality!
No. Quite the opposite. Quitting smoking, or better still not taking it up, is the best thing you can do to reduce your risk of developing lung cancer. Read more...
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The Quitline is a confidential free telephone information, counselling and support service for those who want to quit smoking cigarettes and other tobacco products. Read more.
calls to a Cancer Council nurse for information and support today. 6,335 calls last year.
Quitline calls providing support to people wanting to quit smoking.
guests staying at a Cancer Council Lodge tonight. 8,184 guests last year.