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  Show YOU Care for cancer Survivors at #CANSAShavathon With Shavathon events taking place nationally at selected malls, next weekend, on Saturday, 24th February, and in some instances on Sunday, 25th February 2018, the excitement is building and the news is being shared far and wide. CANSA is thankful to the SABC Foundation and SABC 3for broadcasting our Shavathon TV and Radio ads, and also to all regional…

The Cancer Association of South Africa No Images? Click here #CANSAShavathon    #CANSACares Shavathon 2018  – get LOUDin COLOUR – give HOPE DONATE HERE It’s time to get LOUD in COLOUR and give HOPE, by participating in CANSA Shavathon 2018! Thank you to all the corporates, organisations and schools that have signed up thus far, to host a Shavathon event, from Monday, 26th February…

We Can. I Can: Make an Impact and Lower Cancer Risk DONATE HERE FACT: On 4th February each year, it’s World Cancer Day (WCD). WHY? To give people, everywhere, a platform to create cancer awareness, sharing knowledge to lower the cancer risk. CONSIDER: The impact you could make through your family, local school, library, health practitioners, sports clubs, organisations, workplace and social…

Live Your Best Life with CANSA Active CANSA is excited to launch our NEW CANSA Active website, where you can find out how to get active and healthy, while having Feel Good Fun. You also have the opportunity as an individual to truly make a difference for good, by raising awareness of cancer, and funds to help us detect…

  Available for download from CANSA: Infographics: Breast Cancer | Cervical Cancer | Colorectal Cancer | Uterine Cancer | Lung Cancer   Knowing the Big Five that Assail South African Women 1 October 2017 – The link between the Big 5 and South African women has nothing to do with our country’s magnificent wildlife legacy,…

According to the South African Medical Journal¹ the overall survival rates for childhood cancer in South Africa remain low when compared to international data. Greater awareness of the warning signs of childhood cancer can encourage earlier diagnosis and lead to improved outcomes for all ethnic groups. Many childhood cancers are treatable with high treatment success…

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