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  • Australian Cancer Atlas

    Australian Cancer Atlas unpacks cancer burden by locality

    Australians can now discover the impact of cancer in their suburb or town, with the launch of a new cutting-edge Australian Cancer Atlas. 

    The interactive digital cancer atlas shows national patterns in cancer incidence and survival rates based on where people live for 20 of the most common cancers in Australia - such as lung, breast and bowel cancer – likely reflecting the characteristics, lifestyles and access to health services in the area.

    This world-leading project, led by researchers from Cancer Council Queensland, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and FrontierSI, will give health agencies and policy makers a better understanding of geographic disparities and health requirements across the country.

    For more information and to visit the Australian Cancer Atlas visit https://atlas.cancer.org.au.  
     


    Today at Cancer Council SA

  • Fundraising Events

    Fundraising Events

    We have a wide range of exciting events that give you the opportunity to support our vision of a cancer free future in a fun, easy yet symbolic way.

  • Leave a gift in your Will

    Leave a gift in your Will

    Continue the love and generosity you have shown in your lifetime even after you are gone by deciding to leave a gift in your Will.

  • Sam's story

    Sam's story

    Looking to the future with a stage 4 cervical cancer diagnosis. Read Sam’s story here.

  • Share your story

    Share your story

    Raise awareness about important cancer issues while helping others cope with treatment and feel less alone. Read more about how to share your story.

  • SunSmart

    SunSmart

    Find SunSmart apps, resources and information, tips for workplaces and the SunSmart Schools Program.

  • Volunteer with us!

    Volunteer with us!

    Register today to help us support people affected by cancer.