Under the Improving Cancer Outcomes Act 2014, the Victorian Government is committed to developing a state-wide cancer plan every four years.
Cancer impacts many Victorians and our survival rates are among the best in the world, with more people now living with or beyond cancer. However, outcomes are not equal for all cancers and some people. To improve cancer outcomes, we need to work together to continually improve our world-leading cancer care system and adopt long-term approaches to these complex challenges.
The development of the Victorian cancer plan 2020-2024 provides an opportunity for Victorians to have a say on how to improve cancer outcomes.
A summary of the consultation and the contributions received is available on the Victorian cancer plan page on the health.vic website.
The online consultation period has now closed. Thank you for your contribution.
Privacy collection notice
The Department of Health and Human Services (the department) is committed to protecting your privacy. The department is collecting information through this survey for the purposes of informing the next Victorian cancer plan 2020-2024.
Please do not include personally identifying information in your responses to the survey. Survey responses may be available through the Freedom of Information Act 1982.
Any report for the Victorian cancer plan 2020-2024 based on this survey will not identify any individuals or organisations. The department will only use survey responses to develop the Victorian cancer plan, and will not disclose responses to any external parties, unless required by law.
As we only seek anonymous responses, you will not be able to access your survey response once it has been submitted. If you have questions regarding the survey, the department can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.