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Men And Managing Cancer

The Australian Institute Of Health And Welfare estimates that around 20,000 men die every year from cancer in Australia and the treatment of cancer places a heavy burden on the health system on an ongoing basis.

This section outlines resources that are being implemented to raise awareness of cancer prevention and effective engagement of males in actions that hope to reduce deaths from cancer.

Cancer Council Australia

Cancer Council: Cancer Resources For Males

For cancer advice and awareness information directed at males, these resources may provide useful guidance.

Cancer In Australia - An Overview 2012

AIHW: Cancer In Australia - An Overview 2012

Like many conditions, cancer affects propertionally higher rates of males than females. Understanding the major risk factors for cancer to bring about effective prevention and treatment is useful for services.

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