Any woman (and even men) can get breast cancer which is why it is so important to know about the disease and know about all potential treatments. It is often not clear why some people get cancer and others do not, and the more we learn about the disease, the better we get at curing it. Read more…
- CANCER ALLIANCE PUBLISHES SECTION 4 OF THE ADVOCACY TOOLKIT ON THE NEW BREAST CANCER POLICY: TREATMENT & PALLIATIVE CAREBreast Cancer Control Policy 2017 25th February 2019 The Cancer Alliance today publishes the fourth and final part of its series on the Breast Cancer Control Policy with Section 4: Treatment & Palliative Care South Africa’s new Breast Cancer Control … Read More
- CANCER ALLIANCE CALLS FOR AFFORDABLE LENALIDOMIDECancer Alliance calls for access to affordable lenalidomide for public and private sector patients in South Africa EMBARGOED UNTIL FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 Many cancer patients in South Africa do not have access to affordable cancer medicines – many of which … Read More
- Sales Wacaco Coffee Expresso Machines to Benefit CANSAGEM Appliances (PTY) Ltd would like to show support to CANSA by donating a portion of the proceeds from their Wacaco Coffee Espresso Machines to CANSA from 20 March 2019 to 28 February 2020. The post Sales Wacaco Coffee Expresso Machines to Benefit CANSA appeared first on CANSA - The Cancer Association of South Africa.
- CANSA Employee of the Month March 2019CANSA thanks you for going the extra mile! #CANSAserves #CANSAcares The post CANSA Employee of the Month March 2019 appeared first on CANSA - The Cancer Association of South Africa.
- No fair prices for medicine without access and transparencyStatement from 64 civil society organisations and coalitions ahead of the second meeting of the Fair Pricing Forum, hosted by the World Health Organization and South African government April 11-13th in Johannesburg. The Fair Pricing Forum will ask what is a fair price for a medicine? We accept that different stakeholders will have different understandings […]
- WIPO conference an insult to people who died of AIDSJohannesburg, 24 October 2018 – This week South Africa is hosting a World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) conference titled “Respect for IP – Growing from the Tip of Africa. Amongst others this conference will discuss “how intellectual property crime can be treated with higher priority by police authorities to ensure the safety of the public.” […]
- RFR MEMBERS ATTEND 6th WE CAN AFRICA SUMMIT IN JOHANNESBURGOn 15 and 16 March 2019, 8 representatives from Reach for Recovery attended the 6h Annual WE CAN Africa Breast and Cervical Cancer Advocacy Summit in Johannesburg. Women’s Empowerment Cancer Advocacy Network (WE CAN) is an advocate organization for breast and other women’s cancers around the world. We were exposed to exciting presentations and robust […]
- REACH FOR RECOVERY RECEIVES FUNDING FROM LOTTOReach for Recovery is very grateful to have been granted an amount of R338,268 from the National Lotteries Commission! The funds will be used to continue delivering practical and emotional support services to breast cancer patients and their families. Reach for Recovery’s volunteers support more than 5000 breast cancer patients per year. Although this service is […]