Ridge Riders ROCK

A few months ago, Little Fighters Cancer Trust was approached by a gentleman with the name of Gert Erasmus from Ridge Riders MC KZN to say that they supported the work that LFCT is doing and wanted to do a Mass Ride to Greys’ Hospital in Pietermaritzburg in conjunction with Midlands Biker Federation KZN. Of […]

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Delicious Winter Warmer Recipes

Seeing that it is still the middle of winter in South Africa and rather cold out there, we thought we would bring you some lovely easy-to-make, nutritious and comfort-food recipes to tempt your Child with Cancer with. We know it is difficult when you have a Child with Cancer who is undergoing treatment and is […]

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A Dietary Change Could Boost Cancer Therapy

In a recent study, mice that ate a diet with reduced levels of a particular amino acid responded better to cancer treatments. The findings are intriguing, but the authors call for caution. Doctors and other experts now understand the significant role that nutrition plays in health. In fact, it is possible to manage some conditions, […]

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Busting Myths Around Cancer

It seems like every week someone else is telling us that something or the other is bad for us or causes cancer, but just how much of this is really true? Are mobile phones really bad for you; do microwaves cause cancer; do Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMFs) cause cancer; does Teflon cookware cause cancer, […]

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Sarcoma Awareness Month: Undifferentiated Sarcoma

Undifferentiated sarcoma is a soft-tissue sarcoma, and is a very rare childhood cancer. Soft tissue sarcomas start in blood vessels, fat, fibrous tissue, muscles, nerves, or other supportive tissues of the body. Signs and Symptoms Symptoms of undifferentiated sarcoma vary according to in which area of the body it appears.  The first signs may be […]

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Sarcoma Awareness Month: RhabdomyoSarcoma

Rhabdomyosarcoma is a soft tissue cancer that develops in the soft tissue of striated muscles, which are the muscles that are attached to bones and help the body to move. Rhabdomyosarcoma accounts for about 50% of soft tissue sarcomas in children and can begin in various places in the body. Rhabdomyosarcoma is mostly found in […]

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