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Australia ahead of NZ in cancer survival rates.Read more ›
Sunbeds are banned in most Australian states because they are dangerous to the skin. Why aren't they banned here?Read more ›
Cancer Society of New Zealand medical director Dr Chris Jackson said the delayed timeframe for the bowel cancer screening programme was disappointing.Read more ›
The Cancer Society remains committed to reducing the risk of skin cancer for all New Zealanders, thus we are currently investigating why the Consumer NZ testing has returned results different to ours.Read more ›
Thanks to our friends at the NZ Oriental Arts Society, who gifted us with a generous donation this week! ❣️Read more ›
How do you manager cancer if you have just been hit by a natural disaster?Read more ›
Volunteers help with domestic duties, gardening and reception.Read more ›
All parties are making ‘health’ an election promise. So we've asked each party standing for government four questions about national cancer issues and opportunities.Read more ›
We all need a touch of kindness and a soft place to land. So when someone is impacted by cancer, Bobbie-Joe Wilson–Massage and Relaxation Therapist, is there to help, support and listen.
What a wonderful #DaffodilDay this year! Thank you to everyone who was involved.Read more ›
We celebrated all our wonderful Wellington volunteers this National Volunteers WeekRead more ›
Speech to Labour Health Summit May 2017Read more ›
Progress towards smokefree inner cities in New Zealand requires specific policies for places like building entrances, family areas, public seating, outdoor dining and for city events, say researchers.
If you have lymphoedema you are not alone with your feelings and struggles.Read more ›
If you have completed treatment you are not alone with your feelings and struggles as you move into survivorship.Read more ›
Our Senior Cancer Information Nurse - Julie Holt reviews some of the books in our resource library.Read more ›
Margaret Alve (Marg for short) has recently come on board as our Supportive Care Manager.Read more ›
With more and more research being done to find better ways to treat breast cancer, chemotherapy is now offered to some women before they have their operations – this is called neoadjuvant chemotherapy.Read more ›