A strong part of the DareDevil run is the cancer messaging, educating and encouraging men to know more about cancers affecting them specifically. There’s an incredible vibe and seeing how men are there for their mates or a family member or someone they know who is affected by cancer. And also how there are many boys who come and take part with their Dad or big brother so it becomes a super important health message for families. CANSA is there to provide screening.
Posted on 14 Mar 2019
Jozi will be painted purple once again as the Hollard Daredevil Run returns to the streets of Johannesburg on Friday 15 March 2019 to run cancer outta town. Kicking off at 15h00, the 5 km fun run dares the city’s bravest males to strip down to Purple Speedos and run through the streets in the name of raising awareness of male cancers and the importance of screening. Funds raised will benefit CANSA and the Prostate Cancer Foundation. This year, the Run will take place only at Zoo Lake Sports Club in Parkwood, Johannesburg, where the first Hollard Daredevil Run took place nine years ago.
Posted on 3 Mar 2019
English Media Release 23 Oktober 2018 – Kennis is mag en kan die lewens van mans drasties verander indien hul bewus is van die tekens en simptome van kanker. KANSA fokus gedurende November op hierdie simptome in die hoop dat […]
Posted on 31 Oct 2018
Knowledge is power and can change the lives of men drastically if they are aware of early warning signs and symptoms of male cancers. CANSA highlights these symptoms in November, in the hope that men will not delay screening.
Posted on 31 Oct 2018
Afrikaanse Weergawe… PDF Read more about how to reduce your cancer risk…
Posted on 30 Oct 2018
English Version… PDF Vind inligting om jou kanker risiko te verminder…
Posted on 29 Oct 2018
Find out how to do a testicular self-examination & share this info…
Posted on 28 Oct 2018
English version… Bron van Grafiek (bo): http://www.testicularcancerawarenessfoundation.org/ Navrae KANSA Klik hier vir nog inligting rondom kankers wat mans affekteer, asook hoe om jou kankerrisiko te verminder…
Posted on 27 Oct 2018
Male breast cancer is rare, accounting for 1% of all breast cancers. It is a hundred times more common in women than in men. Symptoms may include: a painless lump under the nipple or areola; an inverted nipple (turned inward); […]
Posted on 26 Oct 2018
Men – regardless of geography, race or ethnicity – tend to live shorter than women and become sicker or disabled earlier in life, according to studies in the US and internationally. Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh, Head of the International Society of Men’s Health, says that this is due to the fact that men avoid visits to the doctor and that they are not into a culture of ‘preventative visits’…
Posted on 24 Oct 2018
Engelse Onderhoud Navrae KANSA Lees meer oor mansgesondheid…
Posted on 23 Nov 2017
View in Afrikaans Queries CANSA Find more information regarding men’s health…
Posted on 23 Nov 2017
Testi-monials, a campaign created by FCB Cape Town for CANSA, is setting out to remove the awkwardness around talking about testicular cancer, and drive awareness about how important it is that men not only talk balls, but take care of them too…
Posted on 24 Sep 2017
If testicular cancer is detected early, life returns to normal – CHECK YOURSELF! Find out more about reducing your risk for testicular cancer….
Posted on 21 Apr 2017
The University of Cape Town (UCT) , National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD), the Health Promotion South Africa Trust and CANSA will jointly observe the first international Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Awareness Day on the 4th of March 2018.
Posted on 2 Mar 2017
Hollard, organisers of the Hollard Daredevil Run, announced that funds raised from the 2018 edition of the Run will be split respectively between the long-time original beneficiary, CANSA, as well as the Prostate Cancer Foundation. The majority of the funds raised will continue to support the CANSA Hollard MANVan initiative, with the remaining funds contributed towards The Prostate Cancer Foundation and their education drives.
Posted on 1 Mar 2017
Jeremy vertel: “Ek kon agterkon dat hierdie vrywilligers goed opgelei is. Die kalm manier waarop hulle my behandel en bedien het, het my die gemoed kalmeer. Ek kon sien dat hul besoek aan my meer as net ń besoek is, maar dat hulle intens in my welstand belangstel, en ook besorgd was oor die impak wat my siekte op my gesinslewe het.” Lees verder…
Posted on 28 Nov 2016
Marc Curlewis was looking forward to celebrating his 30th birthday. After all, one only hits the big ‘three-oh’ once. However, five days before his birthday, he received devastating news. The Diagnosis Marc had been experiencing some discomfort in his right […]
Posted on 30 Sep 2015
While he is probably better known for being that “radio and TV guy”, Mark is also known for being a cancer survivor. At the age of 18, he had stage 4 testicular cancer, which spread to his lungs and kidneys. […]
Posted on 29 Sep 2015
Prostate Cancer Survivor, Thulani Sibisi, who will be supporting CANSA at the upcoming Soweto Marathon, is joining the fight against cancer by taking education to his community. “We have to start something to educate people,” says Sibisi. As a former […]
Posted on 30 Oct 2014