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The Cancer Institute NSW supports programs to target reducing cancer among key communities.

To help partner organisations deliver programs that contribute to the goals of the NSW Cancer Plan

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The Aboriginal Cancer Partnership Program enhanced cancer care and cancer outcomes for Aboriginal peoples in NSW.

ACON is engaging with LGBTIQ people across NSW to improve cervical screening rates.

Alive and Out There is a multicultural theatre project with important messages about cancer prevention and early detection.

The B+ Agents of Change program ran Change of Our Lives in 2013–a film made by the Fairfield Vietnamese community to demystify hepatitis B.

The Cancer Good News Project is multilingual online resource aiming address cancer related stigmas among Macedonian and Serbian communities in the Illawarra.

Happy and Healthy Life in Sydney is a community based project to increase cancer screening among African and Chinese women in Australia.

promoting skin safety at golf courses John Buchanan Club Captain at Pennant Hills Golf Club

Improve your long game is a three year strategy to develop skills of golf clubs and golfers to improve sun protection.

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.

PROMPT-Care will integrate patient-reported outcomes to deliver an integrated e-health system.

A NSW community initiative is giving women from multicultural backgrounds support and education through their cancer journey.

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

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