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Seek early cancer treatment: Cancer Association

According to the Zimbabwe National Cancer registry, more than 80% of cancer patients are visiting hospitals when it’s too late for treatment.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 29, 2023

Streak family pleads for privacy

Reports started circulating on social media in the early hours of Saturday suggesting that the legendary pace bowler was seriously ill.
By Rutendo Maraire May. 15, 2023

Zim cricket legend Heath Streak seriously ill

Streak is currently serving an eight-year ban from the game for breaching the International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption code.
By Sports Reporter May. 14, 2023

The link between brain cancer and cellphones

Because cellphones are usually held near the head when being used, the main concern has been whether they might cause or contribute to tumours in this area including brain
By Michelle Madzudzo May. 11, 2023

Kadoma woman’s agony of battling three diseases

Mugonda, who has suffered multiple Tuberculosis reinfections, was recently diagnosed with cervical cancer.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 4, 2023

Nac golf tourney boosts cancer organisations

Professional golfer Robson Chinhoi won the seventh edition of the tournament following a playoff victory over Visitor Mapwanya.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Mar. 19, 2023

Take it easy on red meat

Since this waste often contains carcinogens, a high amount of fibre decreases the opportunity for carcinogens to affect intestinal cells.
By Michelle Madzudzo Mar. 10, 2023

Cancer a leading cause of death in children

The WHO boss urged government to finalise the national cancer control plan and childhood cancer treatment guidelines to increase chances of survival of children with cancer.
By Emma Nhancumba Feb. 17, 2023

‘Zim cancer burden increasing’

This commemoration comes (as) cancer patients in Zimbabwe are facing a number of challenges from the cancer itself and the current COVID-19 pandemic.
By Emma Nhancumba Feb. 6, 2023