Weekend Argus Saturday

Be aware – cancer can be beaten

THEIR aim is to enable women to support, motivate, inspire and learn from each other.

S-Connect Women, a business networking hub to 235 global female business leaders, will host a breast cancer awareness webinar on October 30.

Topics to be discussed include early detection, preventative measures and inspirational survival stories.

Among the speakers will be oncologist Windy Dean-Colomb and one of South Africa’s leading auctioneers and two-time breast cancer survivor,

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