A new group for people who have been given a diagnosis of cancer and who have had or are receiving treatment and family carers.
These areas include bus stops, taxi shelters and light rail stops (when built).
The results are in and the ACT has scored a C grade for their efforts in leadership in protecting the community from exposure to second-hand smoke.
Kettles and teapots across the ACT and surrounding regions will be working overtime from today till the end of June as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea kicks off for 2017.
ACT residents encouraged to sign up for a free Living Well After Cancer Program - Sat 29th April 2017.
Cancer Council ACT is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Sandra Turner as the organisation’s new Chief Executive Officer.
Researchers are looking for people who have had neurotoxic chemotherapy to participate in a study into chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
The Canberra Region Cancer Centre is celebrating World Cancer Day 2017 with a week of tours, music, presentations by experts, stalls and activities hosted by a range of support organisations.
Applications now open for Cancer Council ACT's research project grants for 2017-18.
Cancer Council ACT recently awarded $800,000 of funding to local cancer researchers.