50 years of Care

Launch of new Knowledge Summaries for Comprehensive Breast Cancer Control

UICC is delighted to announce the launch of the Knowledge Summaries for Comprehensive Breast Cancer Control (KSBC), a series to support national implementation and scale up of effective, financed and sustainable breast cancer strategies   This International Women’s Day, UICC is proud to announce the launch of the Knowledge Summaries for Comprehensive Breast Cancer Control [...]

Making survivors feel whole

ARDATH DATNOW – BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR FROM KIMBERLEY

Thirty-eight years ago Kimberley resident Ardath Datnow was diagnosed with breast cancer. At the time, the diagnosis felt like a death sentence, but for Ardath it was the start of a new chapter in her life. “There was very little information available about cancer in those days, so when the Cancer Association decided to form [...]

INDERA MAHARAJ – DURBAN BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR AND REACH FOR RECOVERY VOLUNTEER

Seventeen years ago Durban resident Indera Maharaj’s life changed forever. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and began a journey that has seen her become an invaluable support to other women going through the same experience. Indera is Chairperson of the Durban Reach for Recovery Group.  Reach for Recovery is a national breast cancer patient [...]

The History of Reach for Recovery – Terese Lasser

As we are #Reaching50, we thought to start right at the beginning was a good idea. This is the story of Terese Lasser. Terese founded Reach to Recovery in 1953 in New York City following her own story with breast cancer. Read her story in this tribute created by Reach to Recovery International in May [...]