This issue’s theme is The echoes of community and what a wonderful community we have in the cancer community. Our hope is that Oncology Buddies is seen as more of a friend that you can rely on than just an educational publication.
We know many cancer patients find solace when dealing with the CANSA Help Desk so we Meet the faces behind the CANSA Help Desk and hear how this platform is making a positive impact in the cancer community.
Never in our lives have we seen such exquisite red hair like Genevivé Roxmouth has. The added bonus is her amazing story and the phenomenal human being she is. Read her story in Crown of glory.
Another story that deserves applause is that of Holding onto hope; thank you Halalisiwe Khumalo for your bravery in sharing such a personal walk with your oncofertility journey.
Grief is a complicated topic to cover but is a reality; Dr Nelia Drenth tackles Anticipatory grief – to grieve before then end with great success.
We leave you with the quote from Brian Solis, “Community is about doing something together that makes belonging matter.”
Hope you enjoy this issue.
IN THIS ISSUE
We learn how nutritional support can help manage side effects during cancer treatment.
The June-July issue’s theme is The echoes of community and what a wonderful community we have in the cancer community. Our hope is that Buddies For Life and Oncology Buddies are seen as friends that you can rely on rather than just educational publications.
Word For Word Media are proud to present a new navigational concept, The 2022 Big Survivor’s Guide, to assist you, the patient, through the strenuous times and guide you through all the humps and bumps and prepare you with the many questions you need answered. Let’s walk and talk through diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.