One Man; One Bicycle ~ 440Kms in 24 Hours!!!
United Challenge ~ Cycling 440 Kilometres in 24 Hours for Childhood Cancer!!!
One Man; One Bicycle ~ 440Kms in 24 Hours for Childhood Cancer Awareness & Fundraising!!! Francois will depart on his epic race-against-time from just outside Hoedspruit @ 14:00 on Monday 5th October in his attempt to cycle 440 Kilometres in 24 Hours!!! This 21 yr old student is taking on this challenge in the name of […]
The 24 Hour Challenge!!
The Cycle Race Across Mpumalanga 5th October 2015!! Francois will depart on his epic race-against-time from just outside Hoedspruit @ 14:00 on Monday 5th October in his attempt to cycle 440 Kilometres in 24 Hours!!! Mpumalanga, formally known as Eastern Transvaal, and locally referred to as ‘The Place Where the Sun Rises’ is considered to be […]
Access to Cancer Treatment in South Africa
The Race Across Mpumalanga 5th October 2015!! Faf is at it again!! In his quest to raise Awareness around Childhood Cancer and raise much-needed funding for the Little Fighters Cancer Trust, Francois ‘Faf’ Naude will be undertaking the mammoth task of racing across the province of Mpumalanga, South Africa in under 24 hours on a […]
Xuané… a Reason to Smile Part 25
Published on Jun 24, 2015 This documentary insert looks at the dire lack of Cancer treatment in the public health sector. Only two state hospitals in the Gauteng region offer full line chemotherapy and radiation treatment – resulting in long waiting list of patients and a backlog of referrals from other provinces and rural areas. […]
Fibrolamellar Liver Cancer Research
Xuané Niewenhuis 17 August 2006 – 24 October 2014 Forever ^8^ Xuané… a Reason to Smile By: Theresa Botha Nieuwenhuis Although I still cry many days… and I believe it will always be so, I go to bed every night with a clear conscience and know she is in safe hands. She is where she […]
Fibrolamellar Hepatocellular Carcinoma is a liver cancer that strikes mostly teens and young adults. Fibrolamellar represents less than 1% of teen and young adult cancers, but that doesn’t mean it is insignificant. Because it is so rare, very little is known about Fibrolamellar. Until now. Research teams are now working on it with the […]