Research funded by the Cancer Society

Research funded by the Cancer Society

Check out what research is recently being funded by the Cancer Society

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Where do Political Parties stand on cancer issues this election?

Where do Political Parties stand on cancer issues this election?

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.

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Survey about New Zealand charities

Survey about New Zealand charities

Have you been invited to take part in our charity survey? If so, you can read more about it here.

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Red tape removed for cancer patients!

Red tape removed for cancer patients!

Red tape removed for cancer patients!

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National Office Chief Executive's resignation

National Office Chief Executive's resignation

Today the National Board of the Cancer Society of New Zealand accepted the resignation of our Chief Executive, Claire Austin.

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Twenty years of voluntary service honoured

Twenty years of voluntary service honoured

Professor Brett Delahunt’s exceptional, long-standing voluntary service and leadership to cancer research has been acknowledged by the Cancer Society.

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PHARMAC decision puts New Zealand melanoma treatment out of step with other countries

PHARMAC decision puts New Zealand melanoma treatment out of step with other countries

PHARMAC has given the breakthrough melanoma drug Pembrolizumab a “low” priority – effectively meaning it won’t get funded.

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PNCC Proposed Smokefree Remit

Cancer Society support for Palmerston North City Council Local Government proposed Smokefree Remit

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An open letter to the team at Cricket World Cup

An open letter to the team at Cricket World Cup

As your New Zealand Charity Partner for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 we would like to say a huge thank you for your support.

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New edition of "Talking to a friend with cancer" is available now

New edition of "Talking to a friend with cancer" is available now

Cancer Society's popular leaflet "Talking to a friend with cancer" has been fully reviewed with up-to-date information and a fresh new look.

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