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Improved screening for women’s cancers: PCFNZ reacts

12 May 2021 The Prostate Cancer Foundation of NZ has reacted positively to the new initiatives announced by the government to improve screening of women in Aotearoa for cervical and breast cancers. However, the charity believes that the initiatives do highlight a disparity in approaches towards different cancers by successive governments and in the health…

2021 Elections | E-Voting

The 2021 Elections for members on the Board will be commencing shortly  and this year we are using an online system run by Election Buddy. All Current Members with email will receive an email detailing the instructions on how to vote. If that is you, please check your INBOX for the email. If you can’t…

Quality of Life Study: Participants Invited

The Prostate Cancer Foundation NZ supports the following study [HDEC and AUTEC approved]. Details as provided by the organisers. Are you 18 years old? Are you a NZ permanent resident / citizen? Are you diagnosed with prostate cancer and currently have end staged metastasised stage? Receiving therapy for metastatic prostate cancer? As part of his…

New Normal Same Cancer

The Prostate Cancer Foundation is proud to be partnering with some of New Zealand’s leading organisations – Breast Cancer Aotea Coalition, Bowel Cancer New Zealand, Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, Cure Our Ovarian Cancer, Lung Foundation and the NZ Gynaecological Cancer Foundation – reminding Kiwis that it is safe to return to their doctors. The risks…

The State of Cancer in New Zealand 2020

Te Aho o Te Kahu Cancer Control Agency on 2 February 2021 released The State of Cancer in New Zealand 2020 Report, which they refer to as the first stage in an ongoing critical analysis of New Zealand’s cancer care system. This is our response. While this report offers a comprehensive overview of where cancer…