Webinar: Thursday, 29 Feb 2024, 07:00 PM

Cancer prevention in SA: Upping our game

While it is controversial just how accurate the country’s cancer stats are, cancer is believed to account for up to 10% of annual deaths recorded in South Africa. While, strictly speaking, we cannot prevent cancer, we can do a lot in the field of cancer control to lower the risk of its occurrence. Subject expert Prof Michael Herbst (CANSA) joins us to share his insights into this vital aspect of local medical practice.

Presented by
Conrad Strydom

Conrad Strydom

  • Editor: Medical Academic
Prof Michael Herbst

Prof Michael Herbst

  • Health Specialist - CANSA
Prof Michael Herbst, a cancer survivor himself, has been with CANSA for 14 years and is currently the Health Specialist Consultant responsible for writing and collating CANSA’s Fact Sheets, as well as sharing his knowledge and experience regarding various cancers with colleagues and the public through interviews, webinars, health talks and tele-counselling. With qualifications in Professional Nursing, Nursing Education, Health Studies (D Litt et Phil), Arts and Science (MA) and Occupational Health Prof Herbst is a wealth of knowledge relating to cancer and care.

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