Meagan Atcheson is a registered dietitian with a focus in oncology. She is a plant centric foodie who promotes a nourishing approach to health and wellness using evidence-based research and guidelines only.
Dr Michelle King is part of an inter-disciplinary pain clinic and palliative care team in Limpopo. She has completed a post graduate diploma in chronic pain management and a post graduate diploma in palliative medicine.
Noelene Kinsley is a genetic counsellor who started GC Network in 2011 with her colleague to ensure that anyone who can benefit from knowing the impact of genetics in their life and that of their family are supported.
Candice Kuschke is a physiotherapist with a special interest in oncology and lymphoedema. She is a PINC certified therapist and ensures her patients are well-supported and empowered during and after cancer treatment.
Carin Marcus is a clinical social worker and logotherapist, working in the field of oncology, palliative care and bereavement for over 20 years. She runs a private practice in Gauteng, and has consulted to oncology wards offering therapy and support to patients, families and staff.
Karabo Ramalibana is a biokineticist, and a patient navigator for Dr Ronwyn van Eeden. Her role is to serve as a guide through the healthcare continuum and a bridge between patient and primary care provider.
Dr Mariza Tunmer is a specialist radiation oncologist working in private practice at the WITS University Donald Gordon Medical Centre.
Dr Ronwyn van Eeden is a medical oncologist in private practice in Rosebank. She is also an honorary consultant in oncology at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.
Dr Chris Venter is a reproductive medical specialist at Vitalab, Johannesburg. Through collaboration with the Oncofertility Consortium Network, his goal is to unify oncofertility care in South Africa.
Laurelle Williams is the editor at Word for Word Media. She has a love for storytelling and sharing emotions through the power of words. Her aim is to educate, encourage and most of all show there is always hope.