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What it means to work as a Cancer Council SA Lodge Social Worker

In celebration of World Social Work Day, Joanna Lill and Michelle Ruchin—social workers at Cancer Council SA Lodges—are sharing a little about who they are, what they do
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Compensation for work related cancers

If your work has caused or contributed to you developing your cancer, you may be able to claim compensation. To be eligible for compensation, your work must have ‘substantially contributed’ to the cancer diagnosis. Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text.
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What it means to work as a Cancer Council SA Lodge Social Worker

In celebration of World Social Work Day, Joanna Lill and Michelle Ruchin—social workers at Cancer Council SA Lodges—are sharing a little about who they are, what they do
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Understanding ovarian cancer

Cancer Council SA is the state’s leading non-government cancer control organisation and provides printed information that is produced in collaboration with Cancer Council’s across Australia.
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What it means to work as a Cancer Council SA Lodge Social Worker

In celebration of World Social Work Day, Joanna Lill and Michelle Ruchin—social workers at Cancer Council SA Lodges—are sharing a little about who they are, what they do
Go to page

Compensation for work related cancers

If your work has caused or contributed to you developing your cancer, you may be able to claim compensation. To be eligible for compensation, your work must have ‘substantially contributed’ to the cancer diagnosis.
Go to page

What it means to work as a Cancer Council SA Lodge Social Worker

In celebration of World Social Work Day, Joanna Lill and Michelle Ruchin—social workers at Cancer Council SA Lodges—are sharing a little about who they are, what they do
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