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Cancer information from diagnosis to treatment and after cancer care.
How to support someone with cancer from diagnosis to treatment and after cancer care.
Questions and answers in relation to the recent outbreak of Coronavirus.
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.
Download a range of printable resources, or order resources online.
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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.
We can support you in the delivery of care to your patients through the provision of cancer related...
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 percent 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.
Occupational exposure to carcinogens are estimated to cause over 5,000 new cases of cancer in Australia...
Cancer Council SA offers a range of information sessions and presentations to promote important cancer...
In most cases the earlier a cancer is diagnosed the better the outcome.
There are various ways that you can make a donation and make a difference as we work towards a cancer free...
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.
Donating In Memoriam to Cancer Council SA can be a meaningful way to show support to the grieving, and to...
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The faces and voices of Cancer Council SA in regional South Australia.
Find out more about Cancer Council SA's research initiatives.
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Behavioural research at Cancer Council SA
Learn more about the current clinical trials available to patients.
Find out more about the Beat Cancer Project at Cancer Council SA and view our researcher profiles.
Access the list of current behavioural research taking place in South Australia.
Read more about our Research Fellowships on leukaemia and ovarian cancer
Find out more about our calls for funding applications.
Understanding UV radiation and how it can damage your skin's DNA is an important step to safeguard against skin cancer.
Cancer causes questions. Call us for the answers.
Read how Kylan found inspiration in loss and created an incredible legacy in honour of his mum.
Remember your loved one’s life by helping to save others. Find out about our In Memoriam program.
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.
Every day researchers are working towards new breakthroughs in cancer, but have you ever stopped to think how many are female?