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Campaigns developed by Cancer Institute NSW have been used by governments and other organisations around Australia and internationally. They are subject to copyright and require a licensing process.

This campaign encouraged women aged 50-69 years to screen every two years to find breast cancers in the early stage and appropriate medical treatment can be provided.

This campaign prompted women to think about the importance of mammograms and detecting breast cancer early.

Early detection of breast cancer is key to survival and effective treatment—Aboriginal women are currently less likely to participate in this cancer screening program.

Kerri’s Story is TV campaign to encourage women aged 50-74 to have a potentially life-saving mammogram.

Smoke Free, Still Fierce is helping to reduce smoking rates of lesbian, bisexual and queer women in NSW.

The Pink Sari Project external is working to increase the number of women in Indian and Sri Lankan communities in NSW being screened for breast cancer.

The NSW Cervical Screening Program implements a range of activities within specific priority populations in order to increase cervical screening rates.

This campaign engages Aboriginal women aged 18-69 to increase awareness of cervical cancer and the importance of Pap tests.

Win is a new supportive push style anti-tobacco campaign targeting smokers aged 18 to 54 years in NSW. The campaign will run from 22 October to 2 December 2017.