Unsilenced Final – Cancer Stigma project South Africa


This is a stigma video that was developed as part of a cancer advocacy campaign to bring awareness about the impact that stigma has on cancer patients in South Africa .

We need to educate South Africans about cancer . Cancer is an illness that can be treated with good results if diagnosed early .

The stigma that surrounds cancer causes many patients to access treatment late and the emotional trauma that is caused by stigma is causing so much pain and sadness in our communities .

Help us break down stigma share this video with your friends and stakeholders it will assist us in the fight against CANCER .

 

Published on Jun 26, 2016

 

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