FREE LIVE WEBINAR
Global Health Strategies (GHS) Breast and cervical cancer
About The Webinar
The South African Government states that the incidence of breast cancer among women in the country is increasing, and is one of the most common cancers among women in the country. It is the most prevalent cancer amongst white and Asian women and the second most common cancer among black and coloured women (cervical cancer is the most common cancer among black South African women).
No one is alone — everyone has the right to access crucial sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. These services are central to women’s health, who have the right to early diagnosis and treatment of reproductive health illnesses such as breast and cervical cancers.
To commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness in October, join us at the live webcast brought to you by Global Health Strategies. Experts and a survivor will share insights on breast and cervical cancers. Whether you just want to learn more about these diseases, have been diagnosed, have been receiving treatment or are supporting someone going through it, we aim to address the pertinent issues, experiences and implications, clarify any misconceptions or doubts, and highlight support and resources that are available to you, your friends and your family.
About Global Health Strategies (GHS)
Global Health Strategies (GHS) is an international organisation that works to ensure the development and delivery of life-saving health products, technologies and information to those who need them the most. GHS uses advocacy, communications and policy analysis to advance issues and power campaigns that improve health and wellbeing around the world. It works across some of the world’s most dynamic regions to enable policy innovations, mobilise resources and build political will, engaging global and local audiences to drive change. https://globalhealthstrategies.com/
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Dr Jenny Edge
Head of the Breast and Endocrine Unit at Tygerberg Hospital and Founder and Director of the NPO: Breast Course for Nurses
Triple Negative Breast Cancer Survivor and a founder of MTS brand
Anchor on TV news channel eNCA
Prof Lynette Denny
Gynaecological Oncologist; Professor and Chair, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Cape Town and Director, SA Medical Research Council (SAMRC) Gynaecology Cancer Research Centre