Eurolab was recently featured in Enterprise Africa magazine

Eurolab’s roots are firmly planted in South Africa, in whose pharmaceutical industry it now
has more than 25 years’ experience, growing from a company only supplying quality oncology
generics into South Africa’s largest and most innovative oncology outfit. “

South Africa now has one Gamma Knife machine

Eurolab Group CEO, Lynne du Toit, says, “Gamma Knife machines are found in leading hospitals across the world. Through a partnership with Milpark Hospital and Eurolab, South Africa now has one machine, but too few people have access to it. We are working hard to fix this – building understanding amongst medical schemes

Eurolab backs staff member Theresa Nagel’s marathon to help beat childhood cancer

Theresa Nagel is an Aseptic Technician at Eurolab. She is also a keen runner. Earlier this year, she ran the Comrades Marathon for the Childhood Cancer Foundation, better known as CHOC, a sponsorship initiative that generates funds for CHOC. Eurolab sponsored Theresa’s

Gamma Knife successes give hope to South Africans with brain diseases, cancers and abnormalities

Friday 25 October 2019: South Africa’s first and only Gamma Knife, introduced into Netcare’s Milpark Hospital through an investment by leading…

Good nutrition is a top cancer-fighting tool

It’s no secret or surprise that good nutrition plays a meaningful role in reducing your risk of developing cancer, along with maintaining a healthy body weight and enjoying an active lifestyle. Focusing on good nutrition is as important when you’re battling the disease, as your body needs all the help it can

Affordable, first-world head and neck cancer treatment in reach for South Africans Oncology patients to benefit from less surgically-invasive cancer treatment

Affordable, first-world head and neck cancer treatment

Smoking is the most preventable cause of cancer

To mark No Smoking Day on 13 March every year and to raise awareness of the risk factors associated with tobacco smoking and cancer, Eurolab – the largest generic oncology company in Southern Africa – encourages those still smoking to give the habit up for good. According to the World Health Organisation,

Eurolab reaches out to Mpumalanga’s Dixie community

Tucked away in a remote corner of Mpumalanga’s Manyeleti region is the Dixie village. Many people here are poor, do not…

Eurolab donates R50 000 to Stepping Stone Hospice

Eurolab donated R50 000 to Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services in Alberton, Ekurhuleni, to help expand the centre’s in-patient unit (IPU)…

New appointment at SA’s largest generic oncology company Making cancer treatment more affordable

Johannesburg, 1 July 2019: Former chief director in the national Department of Health, Gavin Steel, has been appointed as CEO of…