Cancer Awareness
CANCER The 4th annual Little Fighters Cancer Trust gold event is here
As you will know, this event is NOT a fundraiser for the Little Fighters Cancer Trust, but created as a platform to raise much needed Childhood Cancer Awareness. September of
10 Sep 2014
CANCER The Little Fighters Cancer Trust
The Little Fighters Cancer Trust’s “Snug-as-a-Bug” Campaign started in 2013, after our Team noticed that many children in Paediatric Oncology Wards, do not have
21 May 2014
CML is a serious concern Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia receives treatment boost
Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia, or CML, is one of the lesser known strains of Leukaemia, but one which is receiving increasing media attention due to the dramatic success rate of a relatively new treatment plan
23 Oct 2013
Paint the town pink Pink Drive & Women’s Walks bring awareness where most needed
With astounding support from millions of walkers across the country, embarking on a fun 5km walk, Pick n Pay was able to hand over R800 000 towards the Pink Drive
18 Oct 2013
Cancer recieves TLC Bestmed Donates Golf Day Proceeds to Tough Living with Cancer (TLC)
According to the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA), between 800 and 1500 children are diagnosed with cancer annually and most children, regardless of ethnicity, are affected by Leukemia (blood cancer)
05 Sep 2013 - S. l. G.
Running the risk of cancer Women across the globe continue to fight breast cancer
For many women breast cancer is a real fear and the odds are even greater when diet and family history are taken into account. Knowing the risk factors means women can take preventative action.
01 Jul 2013 - A. E.
Heartburn could lead to cancer Those who suffer frequent heartburn are at an increased risk
People who suffer from frequent heartburn may be at an increased risk for cancers of the throat and vocal cords even if they don't smoke or drink alcohol, a new study says.
27 Jun 2013 - J. K.
Bursting the bubble The hubbly bubbly puts users at risk of lung disease
There’s a misconception that water pipes, also known as hookahs or hubbly bubblies, are a harmless way of sharing a recreational drug that has no side effects, but the smoke that emerges contains several toxins
21 May 2013 - L. B.
Feeding Cancer Understanding the link between cancer and food
Diet determines 40 percent of all cancers thus the incidence of different types of cancer in different regions points to diet being instrumental in causing cancer.
09 May 2013 - C. L.
World Cancer Day Joining forces against cancer
Research shows that up to 40% of all cancers are linked to lifestyle factors and can be prevented
04 Feb 2013 - K. S.
NGO to help CML patients Better support for Leukaemia sufferers
For the first time in South Africa, a new organisation will offer Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia patients information, support and a collective voice.
29 Jan 2013 - N. N.
Health up in smoke Female smokers are at an increased risk of cancer
Studies reveal that the risk of women suffering from lung cancer and other ailments is the highest it has been in recent decades, as a result of their tobacco use.
25 Jan 2013 - C. Z.
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