Monthly Archives: October 2015

WARRIORS CRICKET TEAM SUPPORTS REACH FOR RECOVERY IN PORT ELIZABETH

The Warriors Cricket team came out in full support of Reach for Recovery Port Elizabeth as we kicked off breast cancer awareness month on the 1st of October 2015 at the Firestone Pavilion at the St Georges Cricket Club  Barbara Harmer, mom of Simon Harmer is the brainchild behind the event and she arranged a [...]

Breast cancer rare in younger women but more aggressive

Although breast cancer, the most common cause of cancer in women in Western society, is a relatively rare disease in young women, it is a diagnosis that impacts most severely on the young woman’s life and future, extending to her family and society as a whole. To exacerbate matters, research shows that breast cancer has [...]

ALL WOMEN ARE AFFECTED BY BREAST CANCER

Mushrooms in pink punnets support the fight against breast cancer In South Africa breast cancer is most prevalent amongst white and Asian women but it is also the second most common cancer among black and coloured women: http://bit.ly/1rPJwHh There has in fact also been an alarming increase in the incidence of breast cancer among young [...]

The Power of Pink

Protecting yourself while helping others Every year, during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month, there’s a flurry of pretty pink mushroom punnets on Pick n Pay’s shelves. Why? To drive awareness of the potentially protective role mushrooms can play in the fight against breast cancer AND to raise funds to purchase silicone breast prostheses for disadvantaged [...]