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    • Get set for a SunSmart holiday break
      21 September 2012

      As parents and kids prepare for the school holidays to commence, Cancer Council is reminding families that UV levels are rising and so it is important to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide when heading outdoors.

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    • Make your final wish count for future generations
      17 September 2012

      All Australians are being urged to give a thought to their favourite charity and consider including them in their wills, during Include a Charity Week, 17-23 September, 2012.

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    • Let UV levels be your guide
      05 September 2012

      With the UV Index now climbing to 3 and above, the time has come to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide, but new Cancer Council research shows that less than 10% of South Australians check the UV as a guide for deciding when they should cover up.

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    • Give the gift that could save Dad’s life this Father’s Day
      31 August 2012

      Cancer Council SA is calling on sons and daughters to think past socks and jocks this Sunday and give a gift that promotes regular screening for bowel cancer – a disease that currently impacts 1 in 17 men by the age of 75.

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    • Springboard for pioneering cancer research in SA
      28 August 2012

      Seven innovative new cancer research projects that have the potential to lead significant cancer breakthroughs have received a funding boost thanks to a unique program that aims to fast-track their progress.

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    • Melanoma study shines light on patient needs
      25 August 2012

      Australians who have undergone surgery for melanoma in the past five years are being sought for a new national study looking at the ongoing needs of patients after they've been treated.

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    • What do you hope for?
      24 August 2012

      Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day is a day of hope for around 25 South Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer today, and every day. Today, Australians across the country will help to raise hope for better treatments, hope for more survivors and hope for a day without cancer.

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    • Big win against ‘Big Tobacco’
      15 August 2012

      The health of young South Australians has been put first today after the High Court of Australia ruled in favour of the federal government’s tobacco plain packaging laws... a decision that will save lives and beat cancer!

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    • Growing hope for Daffodil Day
      14 August 2012

      Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day is in full bloom, and to celebrate this year’s event, our mascot Gardener Dougal Bear will be gardening his way around the city!

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    • Show your school’s spirit and help us grow hope for Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day
      07 August 2012

      Cancer Council is inviting schools across Australia to help grow hope for a cancer-free future this Daffodil Day (Friday 24th August 2012).

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