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Notice is hereby given that the annual general meeting of the Prostate Cancer Foundation will take place on Saturday 27th January at The Urology Hospital in Pretoria at 15h00.
All interested parties who wish to attend the annual general meeting of The Prostate Cancer Foundation are requested to RSVP with Andrew Oberholzer.
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Invitation for Applications for the Position of Patient Affairs Chairman Prostate Cancer Foundation: KZN and Western Cape Branches
This is a non-remunerated volunteer position.
If you’re a prostate cancer survivor or you’ve supported someone who has/d prostate cancer and you have a passion to make a difference in the lives of those affected by the disease, then read on.
If you’re one of those individuals who are willing to roll up their sleeves and get involved in order to make a difference, then consider applying for the position. You need to be a team player, as you’ll be working together with our branch medical chairman.
Some useful characteristics, abilities and personality traits:You definitely have a passion for men’s health.You’re able to get on with people and work with them even when you don’t always agree with them. You’re a networker, so if you can’t do something yourself, you know just the right person who can, and you’ll persuade then to do it for free.You’re able to see the bigger picture and put your ego aside when necessary in order to get the job done. You have integrity and even if you’re crazy busy you still honour your commitments.
Please send your CV to our CEO: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Got questions? – call (Andrew) on 083 6160162
Thulani Sibisi, winner of the 1986 Two Oceans Marathon and a prostate cancer survivor is passionate about creating prostate cancer awareness. Despite the the difficulties caused by the treatment he has to take to stop the cancer from growing, he is determined to finish the Soweto Marathon on Sunday as part of his commitment to Movember’s 2016 Move campaign. You can donate towards his efforts by going to his page on the Movember website: https://za.movember.com/team/2238471
If your life has been affected by prostate cancer you may wish to get involved in some way in order to make a difference in the lives of others who have been affected. Our patient affairs division provides the opportunity for prostate cancer survivors and their families to join in and help. We need volunteers to assist with fundraising, to help create awareness and to support others who have been affected by prostate cancer. Contact Iain Johnston at email@example.com and help to make a difference.
Grant Pettitt was involved with the Prostate Cancer Foundation from its early days. First as a representative of Sanofi and later in his personal capacity as the Foundation’s financial officer. He was ever meticulous in his duties, but always pleasant and good humoured. He passed away from cancer on 12 July 2016. We pay tribute to the selfless contribution that he made to the Prostate Cancer Foundation. His wisdom, experience and knowledge will be missed, but his contribution will live on in the work of the foundation.
Thulani Sibisi winner of the 1986 Two Oceans Marathon and a prostate cancer survivor has been appointed to the Foundation’s board. Read about Thulani’s remarkable life story on our Faces of Prostate Cancer Section.
Help the Prostate Cancer Foundation to achieve it’s goal of reducing the impact of prostate cancer by assisting us with the funding for the following projects:
Television advertisement – R 100 000.00
Print advertisement – R 25 000.00
Prostate self examination model – R 20 000.00
Upgrade to Doctor listing on the website – R 15 000.00
Every year 40,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer — and more than 10,000 die from it. Treatment can cause anxiety and side-effects such as impotence and incontinence. Many ask: what would the experts do in my shoes? In a remarkable coincidence, three of the UK’s leading experts reveal that they, too, have the cancer and they talk about their experiences . . .
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Men visit their doctors less often than women, they also tend to ignore the early warning signs of disease. Getting them to go for regular check-ups can be difficult.
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