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Strong action required immediately on e-cigarettes
14 October 2015Cancer Council SA has continued its strong opposition to e-cigarettes after appearing before the Parliamentary Committee looking at the use, sale and promotion of personal vaporisers, including e-cigarettes.
Local community can be part of Duathlon action
12 October 2015As official charity partner of the upcoming Adelaide 2015 ITU Duathlon World Championships, Cancer Council SA is encouraging the public to get involved in the event’s Fun Run and get a first-hand look at the course on Friday 16 October.
New support for ovarian cancer research
09 October 2015The inaugural Lin Huddleston Ovarian Cancer Research Fellowship has been awarded to Dr Carmela Ricciardelli from the School of Medicine, Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide, by Cancer Council SA.
SANFL supporting Cancer Council at 2015 IGA League Grand Final
23 September 2015Keep an eye out for Cancer Council volunteers at the gates of Adelaide Oval at this years’ 2015 IGA Grand Final.
Team GKR vs Cancer
14 September 2015Sean Hutton has lost two uncles to cancer, while his mother courageously fights it. He will continue to fundraise until cancer becomes a distant memory.
Film goers told they don’t have to face cancer alone
11 September 2015Film goers will be offered information and support from Cancer Council under a unique partnership with director Paul Cox on his new feature film Force of Destiny.
South Australians urged to think UV not heat
11 September 2015With the beginning of spring, South Australians are being urged to be more aware of UV levels and to protect their skin at the times when UV will damage unprotected skin.
Looking out for future generations in the fight against cancer
07 September 2015All Australians are being urged to give a thought to their favourite charity and consider including them in their wills, during Include a Charity Week, 7-13 September, 2015.
Support for smokers at Royal Adelaide Show
04 September 2015The opportunities to light up at the Royal Adelaide Show are limited and Cancer Council SA’s Quitline will provide assistance for smokers with a variety of tools to educate and support at this year’s event.
UV levels on the rise despite fluctuating weather
04 September 2015With the Royal Adelaide Show beginning this week and more people throughout the state set to enjoy the return of some sunshine, Cancer Council SA is reminding the community that UV levels are now remaining consistently above 3 in South Australia.