The cancer crisis in South Africa has become insurmountable, where access to cancer treatment and care is disproportionately associated with socio-economic status, access to health insurance, and geographic location. With high costs, treatment is unaffordable for the majority of South Africans. The situation is made worse by long waiting lists, inadequate human resources and infrastructure weaknesses.
Funding radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment for uninsured cancer patients that are not able to fund their own treatment.
Supporting cancer patients and their families through the continuum of care including referral for supportive, rehabilitative, and palliative care services.
Providing bursaries to registrar oncologists and other oncology health professionals.