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.
For information and support call 13 11 20 to speak with an experienced cancer nurse.
Accurate, evidence-based answers to your cancer questions.
Cancer information that includes culturally appropriate and relevant resources.
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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.
Cancer support groups connect people affected by cancer and help them to share their experiences.
Up to 50% of cancers can be prevented. Find out how.
Tips for being SunSmart, the SunSmart Schools and Centres Program, workplace education and SunSmart app.
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.
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.
Do you have an idea that is out of the box? You can turn virtually anything into a fundraiser…let us help!
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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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Sharing your story can make a big difference,
Donating to Cancer Council SA is a unique way of thanking your guests for celebrating your special day.
Find out more about Cancer Council SA's research initiatives.
Find out more about the Beat Cancer Project at Cancer Council SA and view our researcher profiles.
Read more about our Research Fellowships on leukaemia and ovarian cancer
Want to know the latest cancer statistics for South Australia?
Find out more about our calls for funding applications.
Learn more about the current clinical trials available to patients.
Behavioural research at Cancer Council SA
We provide supportive accommodation for country South Australians affected by cancer.
Join the program or check your school or centre’s SunSmart status.
Shelly was 22 years old when she was diagnosed with bowel cancer. Just six months later, she died with her mum Sandra by her side – leaving her mother to cope with the devastating loss of her beautiful young girl taken before her time. Read more.
Including a bequest to Cancer Council SA in your will is not an alternative to looking after your loved ones, it’s part of it. Find out 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.
Quitline is a confidential and professional support service that can assist you to work out your quitting strategy. Register today!
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Cancer information and support resources are provided free of charge to all people affected by cancer.
Ask our trained cancer nurses for the answers.
Getting back to a healthy lifestyle after cancer is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Find out about our Healthy Living after Cancer program.
Get all the evidence based answers to your cancer questions here.
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.
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.
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guests staying at a Cancer Council Lodge tonight. 9,496 guests last year.