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Knowledge is power, so educating yourself in terms of the disease and possible treatments, is essential. Thanks to the internet, you can arm yourself with the most up to date information regarding cancer and cancer related information ranging from symptoms, procedures, treatments, therapy and counseling.

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Here is a list of helpful sites:

http://www.campaign4cancer.co.za

An advocacy organisation that was formed in 2008 to give South African patients and those affected by cancer a voice. We serve all South Africans regardless of age, sex, gender, insurance or health status, marital status, disability, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, conscience, belief, education, social or economic background.

http://www.choc.org.za

A country wide voluntary organization whose goal is to improve the welfare and quality of care for children with cancer, and their families. Funds raised are applied to directly benefit children and their families, and also those involved in the treatment of these most serious illnesses.

http://www.pinklink.org.za

Are an NGO that informs and advises women of their rights and how to exercise these rights. We encourage South Africans to question the status quo on issues associated with breast cancer.

http://www.sunflowerfund.org.za

Aims to educate and recruit a viable source of well-informed potential bone marrow stem cell donors who are ethnically diverse, in an effort to save the lives of those needing a transplant when suffering from life-threatening blood disorders. It strives to maintain the associated donor records of the South African Bone Marrow Registry.

http://www.plwc.co.za

Aims to develop a national support system for those who have been diagnosed with cancer. The organisation aims to assist cancer patients and their families individually, or within groups developing volunteer counselling guidelines that are aligned with international protocols and this has allowed the organisation to have one of the most established volunteer psycho-social programmes in the country.

http://www.mrc.ac.za

The South African Medical Research Council have a great Frequently Asked Question page with up to date information on the latest in cancer fighting technology.

http://www.lssels.com

Has up to date information on advanced cancer treatments developed on an international level.

http://www.saoc.org.za

The homepage of the South African Oncology Consortium

http://www.cansa.org.za

This is the most widely known cancer organization in South Africa.

http://www.lgfb.co.za

We provide free two-hour beauty workshops through a network of hospitals, oncology clinics and interim homes specially designed to assist these women to manage the appearance related side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, thereby helping to restore their appearance and self image.

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