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Time to take action and reduce projected cancer rates
04 February 2016Today is World Cancer Day (4 Feb) and Cancer Council SA is calling on people to take action now to avoid the projected 16% increase in new cancer cases over the next decade.
Bombshells flood Brighton
01 February 2016If you’ve ever dreamed of being Marilyn Monroe for a day, the Marilyn Jetty Swim is for you!
Belinda’s battle with cancer is her reason to ride in 2016
11 January 2016“It was in the last 20km of last year’s Bupa Challenge Tour when I noticed I had suddenly hit a ‘brick wall’.”
Healthy lifestyle goals for local cancer survivors
11 January 2016With health at the top of many people’s New Year resolutions, Cancer Council SA is encouraging cancer survivors to join its free Healthy Living after Cancer program to get active, eat well and feel better after cancer.
Brian Burns will ride with hope to find cure for wife’s cancer
08 January 2016For Brian Burns, his wife’s diagnosis of cancer saw them undertake and defeat the battle of their lives. Ten years on, the couple received the devastating news of a second diagnosis—this time in an inoperable location.
Stage four of the Tour Down Under marks a significant milestone for the Morgan family.
John eager to get back on his bike to beat cancer
04 January 2016Nothing will get in the way of John Cullen living out his childhood dream of riding like a pro-cyclist in the Tour Down Under (TDU)—not even an accident leaving him with a fractured pelvis, shattered collarbone, two broken ribs, and a broken finger.
Make a life-saving change in 2016
04 January 2016Cancer Council SA is urging South Australians to make quitting smoking a priority in 2016.
Blood Service, Cancer Council SA, launch Christmas ‘Blood Blitz’
21 December 2015Blood donations needed most on 26th and 31st December
Youth Ambassadors graduate
09 December 2015Passionate and creative young South Australians have been helping to beat cancer over the last year through Cancer Council’s Youth Ambassador Project.