Affordable, nutritious recipes for cancer patients dealing with the side effects of cancer treatment…
Posted on 20 August 2018
In August, the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) highlights its service offering to cancer patients, caregivers and loved ones, in particular regarding coping with a diagnosis as well as managing side effects of cancer treatment, whether physical, or psychological. An important aspect of this includes providing patients with dietary guidelines and advice before, during and after treatment.
Posted on 19 August 2018
CANSA is excited to announce the 2018 Cuppa For CANSA season open, which will run from June to 31 October 2018. By hosting or attending a Cuppa event, the public will be able to ‘splash out Hope’ to those affected by cancer, by raising funds towards CANSA’s care and support programmes for cancer Survivors. We will also be hosting our first ever National Cuppa For CANSA Day on 3 August 2018…
Posted on 18 August 2018
CANSA and participating dermatologists will be providing FREE skin cancer screening countrywide at the beginning of September in order to raise awareness of skin cancer and the importance of early detection…
Posted on 16 August 2018
It can take a while for a patient to get used to living with a stoma, so it is important to seek support. CANSA can help with stoma products and tips for managing common difficulties experienced…
Posted on 15 July 2018
Cancer Survivors (patients / those in remission), Caregivers and loved ones may be fearful of sharing how they truly feel, as they fear misunderstanding and rejection. However, there are clear benefits to joining a support group, whether face-to-face or online, which may make it worth the risk. CANSA offers face-to-face and online support groups…
Posted on 28 June 2018
UPDATED: May 2018
Why do we need patent law reform urgently in South Africa?
Posted on 16 January 2018
CANSA and Quintiles are collaborating to support awareness of, and access to, cancer related SA Clinical Trials. To this end, CANSA will post regularly updated information on this post regarding trials currently taking place in South Africa.
Posted on 1 January 2016