Lace Up for Cancer and Run With a Purpose

Icon Oncology proud co-sponsor for 5KM race in aid of cancer NGOs The Lace Up for Cancer race is back this year, taking place at the Cape Town Stadium on 3 February, in partnership with the Cape Town 10s. The popular race, which annually takes place around World...

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Empower yourself with knowledge this Breast Cancer Month

Empower yourself with knowledge this Breast Cancer Month

 Understand the screening tools available to detect breast cancer  Breast cancer remains the most diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer death among women worldwide. In South Africa, it is also the most common cancer among women accounting for 22.6% of all...

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Racing to create cancer awareness

Racing to create cancer awareness

 South Africa’s first black female ultra MTB athlete determined to make a difference. Omphile Motaung is a passionate young black female cyclist. At age 25 Omphile became the youngest and first woman of colour to complete the gruelling Race Across South Africa (RASA)...

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Self-care workshops highlight the beauty of cancer patients

Self-care workshops highlight the beauty of cancer patients

Icon Oncology awards R100K grant to Look Good Feel Better Icon Oncology has partnered with Look Good Feel Better South Africa, a national NGO that hosts self-care workshops for people living with cancer. The collaboration will benefit uninsured cancer patients from...

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Grant programme ensures sustainability of oncology services

Grant programme ensures sustainability of oncology services

2023 Submissions open for Icon Oncology social grants. Icon Oncology is proud to announce that applications are now open for its 2023 Social Grants Programme. Building on the success of the programme launched in 2022, the initiative is aimed at growing opportunities...

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A surprise gift for Reach for Recovery

A surprise gift for Reach for Recovery

Icon Oncology helps with a new home When breast cancer support group, Reach for Recovery needed a new home for their Ditto Project in Cape Town earlier this year, well-known surgeon Dr Justus Apffelstaedt, got in touch with the media to drive awareness of their...

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