LIVES

The Igazi Foundation since it's inception in 2010 has been aware that the Eastern Cape is considered by South African haematologists to have a high incidence of blood cancers. This concern motivated the initiation of a multidisciplinary research group, to lead and catalyze dedicated investigational studies. This is why the LIVES project  (Leukemia Incidence: Vital Environmental Studies) was formed.

Their study goals include confirming the suspicion of high incidence of blood cancers in the Eastern Cape and exploring potential contributory factors to human malignancies in the Eastern Cape, with a special emphasis on blood cancers.

Weekly meetings by Lives members are held & information shared. Monetary donations have already been received by others equally as interested, hoping that through LIVES we can identify and implement corrective actions from which all our diverse communities could benefit.

LIVES Objectives

  • Raise awareness regarding the prevalence of haematological malignancies and other blood diseases in the Eastern Cape Province;
  • Enter into partnership studies to determine the incidence of blood diseases in the Eastern Cape.
  • All parties involved to encourage, engage & share skills, information & knowledge that will benefit the incidence study.
  • Attend & interact in meetings, conferences & workshops.
  • To encourage others to participate & be proactive in the search for understanding the possible reasons of high incidences. 
  • To encourage, implement & promote, correct practices if wrongdoing is found

Information Links

For more information on the LIVES Project we invite you to make use of the below links

Click Here to view our Info Centre

Click Here to download the 2011/12 AGM Report |  Click Here to download the AGM 2013 Report

Click Here to download the AGM 2014 Report |  Click Here to download the AGM 2015 Report

Click Here to download the AGM 2016 Report

did you know?

If you began donating blood at age 17 and donated every 56 days until you reached 76, you would have donated 48 gallons of blood, potentially helping save more than 1,000 lives!

Source: www.redcrossblood.org

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