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South Africa: Ministerial Advisory Committee on the Prevention and Control of Cancer Established
Source: Issued by: Department of Health
Source Date: Thursday, January 17, 2013
Focus: Institution and HR Management
Country: South Africa
Created: Jan 17, 2013

The National Department of Health recognises that cancers, together with other non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and chronic respiratory diseases are leading causes of preventable mortality and morbidity in South Africa.
The inputs from a range of authorities are critical to combat cancer and the Minister looks forward to a productive evidence based engagement with experts including medical specialists, representatives of civil society and survivors. This committee will benefit the state to plan and implement comprehensive preventative, control and support services and more importantly; benefit patients and their families by meeting their needs for quality care.
The Ministerial Advisory Committee on the Prevention and Control of Cancer members are:
• Professor Raymond Abratt
• Ms Kwanele Asante-Shongwe
• Dr. Jennifer Moodley
• Professor Paul Ruff
• Professor Vikash Sewram
• Ms Nontuthuzelo Somdyala
• Professor Christina Stefan
• Ms Sue Janse van Rensburg
The committee will comprise the inaugural members appointed by the Honourable Minister as well as representatives from National Pathology Services, the National Department of Health and other Government Departments as well as the National Cancer Registry.
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