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CHOC in the News

Newsclip is a proud sponsor of CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA. They assist us with media and PR monitoring on a pro bono basis, saving us administration costs while producing high quality media reporting on childhood cancer and CHOC awareness.

We are able to keep track of all PR generated across South Africa, throughout our six regions, two branches, the CHOC Cows (Fundraising arm of CHOC) and external fundraisers.

Newsclip also informs us when the brand is being compromised and used to promote or endorse companies and fundraising events without our permission.

We’d like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Newsclip for their generous support to assist us in our continued effort as the leading brand in childhood cancer and life threatening blood disorders in South Africa.

Childhood Cancer in low and middle-income countries

Every year, according to the World Health Organization, an estimated 400 000 children and adolescents of 0-19 years old develop cancer. Leukaemias, brain cancers, lymphomas, and solid tumours, such as
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International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) | CHOC South Africa

International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) – 15 February 2022

The 15th of February marks International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) and is used to continue to create a greater awareness and education to empower all of us to recognise the
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Flip Flop Day 2022 – have a heart and wear a sole!

Childhood cancer is a frightening reality that many families across South Africa have to deal with daily. South African families face the most challenging battle they will ever have to
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Discovery Vitality MoveToGive

CHOC provides comprehensive support and care to children and teenagers with cancer or a life-threatening blood disorder and their families from the time of diagnosis until the end of treatment
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Be Bold, Go Gold

Gold September is an annual campaign worldwide to raise awareness of childhood cancer. There are many advances in pediatric oncology, yet cancer remains a leading cause of mortality in children.
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CHOC continues to augment the paediatric oncology fraternity

The CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA has continued to augment the pediatric oncology fraternity to support patients to receive treatment throughout the SARS-Coronavirus-2 pandemic. “If you are receiving treatment for
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