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Car Parking at Hospitals Still a Burden for Cancer Patients

Cancer Council Victoria CEO Todd Harper says parking at Victorian cancer treatment centres is consistently …

Winter 2016 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter contains an article explaining clinical trials, information about the opening of the …

Breast cancer patients could be spared chemotherapy with new genetic test

The results of research  published in the New England Journal of Medicine on 25 August suggest 2000 to …

Autumn 2016

This newsletter contains information about events and projects where we have been represented and about …

Death of Dr Nicola Bruce

We are sad to announce that Nicola died at home with her family on 25 …

Almost 50% of women don’t know the symptoms of ovarian cancer

Almost half of the women in Cancer Australia research were unable to identify any symptom …

Federal Parliament passes legislation for Medicinal Cannabis

On 24 February 2016 Federal Parliament passed amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act which will, …

Spring/Summer 2015 – About Cancer Action Victoria and its activities

This edition of our newsletter has details of the Management Committee for 2016 and the …

The Consumer Involvement Toolkit
Evidence shows that involving consumers leads to improved health outcomes and  a more trusted health system.

Based on the principles of the National Framework for Consumer Involvement in Cancer Control, Cancer Australia has developed the Consumer Involvement Toolkit (web-based practical tools) to encourage greater consumer engagement and involvement in cancer control.

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