Free Cancer Treatment Plan for Zimbabweans

The government is planning on introducing two new centers in the country that will help people with cancer for free.

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  • Zimbabwe:  Cancer - Zim's New Headache

    The Herald, 4 October 2012

    POOR cancer patients are enduring days and nights of pain and discomfort as public hospitals such Harare and Parirenyatwa lack the equipment and specialist staff to handle the ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  1 000 Cancer Patients Stranded

    The Herald, 10 October 2012

    ABOUT 1 000 cancer patients who were receiving radiotherapy services from Parirenyatwa and Mpilo hospitals are stranded after suspension of operations to pave way for the ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Cervical Cancer Deaths Preventable

    Financial Gazette, 10 October 2012

    CERVICAL cancer, an aggressive disease affecting thousands of women every year, requires the same vigour shown in the fight against the HIV and Aids pandemic to stop the silent ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Khupe Cancer Foundation On Cards

    The Herald, 10 October 2012

    DEPUTY Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe will this month launch the Thokozani Khupe Cancer Foundation. The foundation would seek to alleviate the plight of cancer patients throughout ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Breast Cancer - Early Detection Is Key (column)

    Zimbabwe Standard, 14 October 2012

    October is a month I celebrate the coming into the world of my firstborn child and it is also a month when I am reminded of my mother and all the other relatives I have lost to ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Musicians to Perform for Charity

    The Herald, 14 November 2012

    The forthcoming Zimbabwe Cancer Charity Week Show 2012 to be held at the Harare Gardens later this month promises to be a unique event which ties together Zimbabwe's musicians who ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Cancer Patients 'Failed' By Lack of Funding and Planning

    SW Radio Africa, 17 October 2012

    Funding shortfalls and a lack of proper planning are being blamed for the suspension of critical treatment for at least 1,000 cancer patients, with the government stopping ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Thokozani Khupe Cancer Foundation Launched

    Office of the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, 25 October 2012

    The Thokozani Khupe Cancer Foundation was launched Wednesday amid calls for Government to prioritize cancer treatment since it is killing a lot of people. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Miss Varsities Fights Cancer

    The Herald, 31 October 2012

    Reigning Miss Universities Melissa Shumba is on cloud nine after striking one-year partnership deal with GreenCard Medical Society as its cancer ambassador. read more »