Screening & Cancer Control

CANSA Mobile Health Clinics & MANVan

CANSA has eight Mobile Health Clinics travelling to remote areas throughout South Africa to reach women and men who would otherwise not have access to screening, and a CANSA Hollard MANVan.

On the 26th October 2018 CANSA will be hosting a National Clinical Breast Examination Screening day

CANSA Mobile Health Clinics

Contact your local CANSA Care Centre regarding the Mobile Health Clinic’s schedule for your area, or to arrange for screening at the Care Centre.

Alternately, download the Mobile Health Clinic schedule for your region:

National Clinical Breast Screening Day will take place on 26 October 2018

Screening Offered:

CANSA wishes to thank the ILoveBoobies team for raising money to bring our Mobile Health Clinics to remote areas for early breast cancer detection – read more about their past awareness and fundraising efforts and visit the ILoveBoobies website to support them.

CANSA Hollard MANVan

The CANSA MANVan, in partnership with Hollard, provides a mobile health clinic that delivers free health checks and cancer awareness sessions directly to communities across South Africa. This is a unique, one of a kind offering targeting men.

The MANVan is a compact mobile clinic which can access remote venues to provide education, awareness and screening offerings to individuals. The programme empowers the man in the street to lower his cancer risk and to support the diagnosed prostate and testicular cancer patients to take control of their own cancer journey.

The MANVan is shared between all regions that participate in the Hollard Daredevil Run.

Contact your local CANSA Care Centre regarding the MANVan’s schedule for your area, or to arrange for screening at the Care Centre.

Alternately, download the MANVan schedule for your region:


Screening Offered:

  • Blood pressure
  • Blood sugar level
  • BMI and a body composition analysis
  • Skin scanner analysis – FotoFinder skin screening ( on request)
  • ** Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) fingerpick tests for males older then 40
  • Health awareness sessions offering advice on improving health and providing information on the early signs and symptoms of various cancers

** PSA is a protein produced by both cancerous (malignant) and non-cancerous (benign) prostate tissue. High PSA levels may indicate inflammation of the prostate or even cancer. A blood test or finger prick test can establish if PSA levels are raised. Read more about PSA screening & how to interpret test results…

MANVan Statistics January to December 2017:

  • 9 074 screenings done
  • 337 abnormalities detected
  • 319 referrals

Make an Online Donation

Consider making an online donation to help fund our CANSA Mobile Health Clinic visits to screen men and women in remote communities…


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