Did you know some cancers can be prevented through healthy lifestyle choices?
Some cancers can be prevented, either because we know what causes them or we have screening methods that can detect pre-cancerous changes. In fact we have the potential to prevent nearly 57,000 new cancers in Australia in 2025 alone1. You can reduce your risk and help Cancer Council Queensland work towards a cancer free future – join the QUEST.
Cancer Council Queensland can help you and your loved ones reduce their cancer risk. It’s simple, join the QUEST today!
Be the first to hear about ways you can join the QUEST!
- individual (QUEST@cancerqld.org.au)
- workplace (email@example.com)
- School (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Early childhood centre (email@example.com)
- local government (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- sports club (email@example.com)
- health professionals (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Additional information on how to prevent cancer is available using the links below.
- Smoking and tobacco
- Skin cancer
- Body weight
- Nutrition and physical activity
- Cancer in families
1Youl, P., Baade, P., Meng. X. Impact of prevention on future cancer incidence in Australia in Cancer Forum March, 2012 36 (1 )
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