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Evolution Supports World Cancer Day

February 4, 2021

Cancer, a health issue that most of us have experienced either ourselves, through a friend, or a loved one.

Or for some of our staff, cancer care is their daily work life, from clinical to administrative care at our oncological facilities in both New Zealand and Australia.

Every year on 4 February there is a global effort to place cancer at the forefront of conversation, and this year Bowen Icon Cancer Centre and Evolution joined the Icon Group Wall of Hearts to pledge our I AM and I WILL statements.

As part of our philosophy of supporting our healthcare community we have also donated $500 to Icon Cancer Foundation, and $500 to World Cancer Day.

This support acknowledges the work of all our staff, our doctors who treat people with cancer in our facilities, and our oncological services at Waratah and at Bowen Icon Cancer Centre.

Thank you for all the exceptional care you provide to our cancer patients and their family and whanau.

“Alone we are strong. Together we are stronger.”

World Cancer Day

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