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Debi’s Story As a two-time Olympic athlete, gym owner and fitness professional for over three decades, it was with a blend of utter disbelief and a deep knowing beyond any doubt, that I felt two tiny pearl-like lumps in one of my breasts one morning. I immediately had a flash-back;

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“Its taking time to heal.” Lynne A lot of us go for our annual “well-woman checks” around the time of our birthdays.  So my birthday in 2014 was momentous because that day I was told they discovered a couple of tumors. I am a naturally positive person and I approached

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The Cancer Association of Zimbabwe (CAZ) would like to thank all those who participated and supported all initiatives in 2014.Corporates, NGOs, schools, clubs, volunteers, and individuals; we were overwhelmed by your support this year. Your support will take us to greater heights. We cannot thank you enough for joining forces

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“Work is love made visible.” – Khalil Gibran – Thursday morning we were delighted to host Prof. Carol-Ann Benn, world-renowned breast cancer surgeon and specialist for an unforgettably insp=iring talk; ‘IT MAY BE IN THE GENES/JEANS, BUT LETS CELEBRATE DIFFERENT BRANDS, FITS, STYLES FOR EACH WOMAN’   Austin opened the

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Breast cancer treatment 24 years ago Pat Warren At age 52 I had a voluntary double mastectomy (after removal of a cancer tumour in each breast, six months apart. I wasn’t too surprised when my biopsy came back positive; my mother died from BC, and my family history is ‘littered’