REVOLUTIONARY cancer treatment trials at the Calvary Central Districts Hospital are giving cancer sufferers the chance to live a longer life.
ON their 10-year anniversary, in front of friends and family, Kapunda’s Bianca Wylie announced to her husband, Lee, she would be shaving her head as a show of support for him as he battles Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma.
HAIR loss, as a result of chemotherapy, is considered one of the leading fears among those facing cancer, but patients in Adelaide’s north now have easier access to technology which limits the impact on hair follicles during treatment.
LOCALS will this morning join thousands across the state in rallying together to raise a cuppa in the fight against cancer.
CANCER is a word we so often hear, but until someone we know is faced with the diagnosis, we have no idea of its true impacts, according to an Evanston Park family.
THE inaugural SA Ride As One event brought people from all walks of life together this month, to raise money for research into leukaemia and other blood-related cancers.
THE Freeling CFS brigade is one big family, so it is no surprise members have rallied around a fellow volunteer, to raise money and partake in this year’s Gawler Relay For Life.
AFTER watching the devastating effects of cancer across three generations, Lauren Steele discovered that her family carried a cancer gene which heightens their risk of developing the deadly disease.