Stunning Mural in Newtown!

Stunning Mural in Newtown!

A stunning project has happened at our Wellington HQ, thanks to a grant from the Dry July Foundation.

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Cancer Society wants to be included in new health targets.

Cancer Society wants to be included in new health targets.

The Government is working on new, more effective reporting measures.

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Daffodil Day Flowers on sale for Daffodil Day!

Daffodil Day Flowers on sale for Daffodil Day!

Interflora is partnering with Cancer Society Wellington this year to make it easier than ever to order flowers for #DaffodilDay. :)
Orders can now be placed online & flowers will still be delivered the week of Daffodil Day. Price and size of the bunch is still the same - $55 for 50 daffs.

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We have been down at parliament!

We have been down at parliament!

The Cancer Society of New Zealand have been down at parliament today, advocating for the reduction of tobacco availabilty to the Maori Affairs Select Comitte. We talk to Shayne, from National Office on what today's korero was all about.

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An Appeal from our CEO

An Appeal from our CEO

We need your help, every day our trained staff are meeting more people who reach out to us for support. We have a huge challenge for the year ahead. Please enable us to provide people like Louise with the support they need.

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Cancer number one killer in New Zealand - numbers on the rise

Cancer number one killer in New Zealand - numbers on the rise

Dr Chris Jackson says more needs to be done to reduce New Zealand's rising cancer numbers.

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Hundreds more missed from Bowel Cancer Screening

Hundreds more missed from Bowel Cancer Screening

Hundreds of New Zealanders missed out on potentially life-saving bowel cancer screening because of another problem with sending invitations.

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Lack of effective treatments for blood cancer patients

Lack of effective treatments for blood cancer patients

Lack of access to effective treatments is forcing blood cancer patients to take desperate measures

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Skin cancer rate hits all-time high: Cancer Society wants urgent action

Skin cancer rate hits all-time high: Cancer Society wants urgent action

Skin cancer affects a "staggering number" of Kiwis and there is an urgent need to increase sun protection and reduce UV damage, says Cancer Society medical director Dr Chris Jackson.

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Why bowel cancer is a national emergency

Why bowel cancer is a national emergency

Four times as many people are dying of bowel cancer in New Zealand as on the roads.

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 Order your NEW 2018 | 2019 Entertainment™ Membership now!

Order your NEW 2018 | 2019 Entertainment™ Membership now!

Your purchase of an Entertainment Membership contributes to our fundraising. Help us achieve our goal by sharing this link with your Friends and Family. Thanks for your support!

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We are excited to introduce our new Manager of Volunteering - Moana!

We are excited to introduce our new Manager of Volunteering - Moana!

"Hi, my name is Moana Uerata Jennings"...

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New Zealand could be close to eliminating cervical cancer

New Zealand could be close to eliminating cervical cancer

Our immunisation rate is slightly lower than Australia's

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 Lagging NZ cancer survival rates ‘frankly appalling’, says expert

Lagging NZ cancer survival rates ‘frankly appalling’, says expert

Australia ahead of NZ in cancer survival rates.

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Sting catches sunbed sites running unsafe operations

Sting catches sunbed sites running unsafe operations

Sunbeds are banned in most Australian states because they are dangerous to the skin. Why aren't they banned here?

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Outrage over bowel cancer screening delay

Outrage over bowel cancer screening delay

Cancer Society of New Zealand medical director Dr Chris Jackson said the delayed timeframe for the bowel cancer screening programme was disappointing.

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Cancer Society agrees with the need for better sunscreen regulation in New Zealand, but confirms its sunscreens are safe

Cancer Society agrees with the need for better sunscreen regulation in New Zealand, but confirms its sunscreens are safe

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.

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Thanks to our friends

Thanks to our friends

Thanks to our friends at the NZ Oriental Arts Society, who gifted us with a generous donation this week! ❣️

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Coping With Cancer After a Natural Disaster

Coping With Cancer After a Natural Disaster

How do you manager cancer if you have just been hit by a natural disaster?

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We need volunteers for the Margaret Stewart House

We need volunteers for the Margaret Stewart House

Volunteers help with domestic duties, gardening and reception.

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