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Share Your Story

People with lots of different types of cancer have shared their experiences with us to let other people with cancer know they are not alone. People having treatment tell us that reading these stories is very helpful for understanding the journey ahead.

We would love to hear your radiation therapy story, so we can share it with other people going through radiation treatment.

Everyone’s story is unique, but your story might just be the one that helps someone else.

If you would like to share your story, please contact us or ask your treating radiation therapy team to contact us.


Your donation will help us spread awareness about radiation therapy through social media campaigns, providing materials education purposes and by partnering with like-minded organisations.

We are a charity organisation so financial donations are tax deductable.

Join/Volunteer/Start a Fun Run

Each year we host a Targeting Cancer Fun Run at our Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) at locations in Australia and New Zealand to highlight the importance of radiation therapy. This is for our radiation oncology community, including radiation oncology treatment team, patients, families and supporters.

If you would like to join, please visit the RANZCR website for more details.

We would love your help on the day of our annual Fun Run! Different roles are available on the day. Contact us to get involved.

You can also run as a Targeting Cancer team in any local fun run or organise your own, to raise awareness of radiation therapy. Contact us for further information on how you can represent Targeting Cancer and access merchandise.

Host or Attend a GP Education Meeting

GP education meetings provide GPs with a face-to-face opportunity to learn about radiation oncology from health care professionals in a centre close to them. They are held in radiation therapy departments.

The purpose of the GP education meeting is to raise awareness of radiation therapy as a safe and effective treatment for cancer, as GPs can be the primary referrer for patients with cancer.

GP education meetings are open to all health professionals including nurses, doctors in training and medical students.

A meeting may comprise of a presentation delivered by a radiation oncologist, covering the basic principles of radiation therapy followed by clinical cases.

There is also a guided physical tour of radiation treatment machines and a walk through of a typical patient pathway through the department.

If you are interested in running or attending a GP education meeting, please contact us.


Consumer input is important to us. If you would like to be a consumer representative in our committees or have other ideas to contribute, please contact us.

Feedback or Questions

The content published on this website should not be considered as medical advice and is not intended to replace consultation with an appropriately qualified medical professional.  

We welcome feedback and questions about this website from the radiation oncology community, health professionals, patients and consumers. If you would like to send us a message, please contact us.

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