#Change4Cancer

Join the second edition of Change4Cancer town hall discussion

The second Change4Cancer conversation hosted by Xolani Gwala takes place on the 15th of November.

The campaign was launched on the 19th of October to create awareness around cancer.

This week's discussion will focus many of the unanswered questions of those people that those affected by the illness.

Xolani will lead the discussions on issues such as access to quality treatment, early screening and detection, behavioural change and alternative healing methods.

Joining him will be stakeholders from government, the private sector, civil rights organizations and health practitioners.

To be part of the town hall audience email your details to contact@702.co.za

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