When cancers develop, most people don't have any symptoms. But, eventually it shows up in some form that you notice! The worst thing you can is ignore any abnormal changes in your body that affects your health. Here's how C.A.U.T.I.O.N. can help you determine if your body is developing cancer.
According to the World Health Organisation, 60% of all new cancers develop in Africa, Asia, Central an... ››› more
One in six South African men and one in seven South African women will get cancer during their lives. That's a frightening statistic. It's also the reason why it's so important you detect cancer early to increase your chance of surviving. Read on to discover what warning signs you should look out to ensure you seek cancer treatment early
With South Africa’s annual cancer shavathon taking plac... ››› more
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