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Remember seeing Sid the Seagull on television in the 1980s with his message to ‘Slip!, Slop!, Slap!’? Some things might’ve changed over the last 40 years, but it’s still the same sun.
This summer we’re reminding Aussies that it’s still important to stay SunSmart – for themselves and their kids.
With COVID-19, some things may have been forgotten. It’s never been more important to tick cervical screening off your list.
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UV exposure from the sun is the single greatest risk factor for skin cancer. With around 2,000 Australians dying from skin cancer every year, protecting yourself from the sun, no matter what your age, is as important as ever.
With the first weekend of summer approaching, Cancer Council is again reminding Australians about the importance of being SunSmart with new data showing an alarming number of Aussies are still getting a tan despite the well-known risks.
Cancer Council is delighted to welcome Tanya Buchanan as our new Chief Executive Officer, commencing today.
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