Tag: cancer survivor

How does it feel to learn your newborn son was born with cancer? This is exactly what happened to Natasha Lucas. Shortly after being born, Natasha’s son Ashton was diagnosed with congenital Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML), a form of blood cancer that only affects 1 in 5 million people.   To raise awareness of this rare […]

Diane Holt

Over the last decade, Diane Holt has provided phone support to people diagnosed with cancer and cancer survivors.

Anne Moston smiling at the camera

Anne Moston was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in May 2012. She shares her story of going through treatment and how Cancer Council supported her.

Middle aged man and woman posing in front of a scenic background.

After being diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at just 24, Michelle Bowen’s life changed.

Elderly couple laughing

Study shows majority of men living beyond prostate cancer feel abandoned by clinicians

Cancer patient exercising

When you’re getting treated for cancer or recovering, staying active will help improve your health and wellbeing.

Renowned broadcaster and LGBTQI-rights advocate Julie McCrossin shares her experience with oropharyngeal cancer.

When Chris was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, it came as a shock because she did not have any clear symptoms.

Cheryl Waller was enjoying her motorhome lifestyle until she received news that changed her life.

A jagged scar on Stacey’s right leg is a constant reminder of her melanoma diagnosis and the importance of sun protection for her kids.