We have had a few enquiries around the concern of the coronavirus, particularly when many of you have a reduced immunity due to treatment and condition Below is information that is provided by the southern DHB website that has a link to ministry of healthRead more ›
The release of the Cancer Action Plan and the formation of a National Cancer Agency is the biggest restructure in cancer since 2003 say the Cancer Society. The detail remains to be confirmed and will require funding in next year’s budget to deliver on many of the plan’s ambitions.Read more ›
You don't have to go far to come across someone you know who has been affected by cancer. For Cook
Brothers Construction, this reality has hit home on their team more than once.
Rob Roy Dairy Owner Liz has pledged to stop the stock of tobacco on the 10th of September, 2019 for her birthday. Liz is celebrating 30 years of being Smokefree and would like to raise community awareness of the Smokefree 2025 goal.Read more ›
The Cancer Society today announced funding of nearly $2million to kick start a new direction for cancer research in New Zealand focused on cancer prevention and support.Read more ›
Saturday 13th July saw the launch of the inaugural Runway For Life. Top designers from across Otago and New Zealand donated incredible pieces which were sold by silent-auction. Together with the popular Pop-Up shop we raised over $10,500 for the Cancer Society!
Around one in four New Zealanders are infected with influenza each year. Influenza is not the same as a cold - it is a more serious disease that can make existing medical conditions worse.Read more ›