Blog Topic: Cancer info & support

The NSW Government announced $149.5m to improve the Isolated Patient and Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS) – scheme that provides financial support for people in regional NSW who need to travel to get healthcare. This is a major win for people affected by cancer in regional and rural communities and is something Cancer Council NSW has […]

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We’ll look at six sex-related questions that people affected by cancer are commonly faced with.  

Checking for signs of melanoma is important as it can spread to other parts of the body. Learn how to spot it.

COVID-19 continues to be challenging for everyone, but we are working hard to support those affected by cancer.

Masked doctor giving vaccination to young woman wearing mask.

New evidence shows that COVID-19 poses a threat to cancer outcomes and the key is to get vaccinated.

Elissa has brain cancer and is a part of the Cancer Council’s brain cancer telephone support group. Read her story.

Learn how we are providing the community with education on bowel, breast and cervical screening.

After a lifetime of struggling with the devastating long-term effects of childhood cancer, Dave Cassar admits he was close to giving up.

When John Fox heard that Cancer Council was looking for Transport to Treatment drivers during COVID-19, he was happy to step in.

Our accommodation services helped one cancer patient continue her breast cancer patient during the 2019 bushfires.