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Imunis Association Supports over 140 Cancer Patients in First Half of 2022 with Innovative Programs

The Imunis Association continues to provide crucial support to cancer patients, with over 140 patients enrolled in the Imunis program since January. The program offers various workshops for post-diagnosis life, including nutrition, lifestyle, and support group meetings with physiotherapists and psychotherapists. 

Thanks to support from the Superbet Foundation, the Imunis Association has developed several projects for patients enrolled in the program. These projects include the “Mindfulness Post Diagnosis” program, education in oral hygiene, lifestyle post-diagnosis, and podcasts with psychotherapists and physiotherapists.

 Since August, the Imunis Association has also partnered with the Cervantes Institute to provide Spanish lessons to patients, as requested by the heroines fighting cancer. 

Innovation is a key aspect of the Imunis Association’s vision, as seen in the launch of the “Feminity After Cancer” program by Cosmina Grigore, the association’s president. This unique program aims to recalibrate femininity post-diagnosis, offering patients access to meetings with specialists in the makeup industry, public speaking, body reconnection, clothing stylists, photo shoots with designer dresses, pole dance classes, twerk classes, guided meditations, and a master florist course. 

We applaud the Imunis Association’s partners for their support and congratulate the heroines of the Imunis Association for their bravery and resilience.


Superbet Foundation and Imunis Association Row Together in Titan Kayak-Canoe Cup 2022

Sports and passions have a way of bringing people together. The Superbet Foundation team is thrilled to participate alongside the SuperHeroines of the Imunis Association in the second edition of this year’s Titan Kayak-Canoe Cup.

Challenges have always been a part of the lives of the Imunis team survivors, but rowing in unison in the dragon boat has given them the chance to rediscover a new passion and a reason to continue living a healthy lifestyle. During the June edition of the Titan Cup, the Superbet Foundation team embraced the opportunity to row alongside the Imunis heroines in an official competition.

Although experience was not our team’s strong suit, we fell in love with water sports from the very first participation, and it was an impetus for us to prepare for the next competition. We look forward to seeing everyone on September 10th!

The Superbet Foundation crew is becoming more experienced with each practice. The joy of paddling and the beautiful atmosphere in the dragon boat motivate us to be in sync and efficient with every length of the lake we cover.

Our team is now complete, and we feel more prepared than ever for the race on September 10th. 

The most important thing for us is to enjoy the goodwill of the competition that we share with the SuperHeroines of the Imunis Association. At the same time, the awards session allows us to hear stories from the biggest competitions and sit next to Romania’s most successful kayak-canoe athletes.

The superheroines are getting ready for New Zealand!

The Imunis Dragons team is made up exclusively of breast cancer survivors, and the support of the Superbet Foundation has given them the opportunity to continue their recovery through indoor and outdoor rowing.

Their dream for 2023 is to join teams from around the world made up of breast cancer survivors at the New Zealand International Festival. With the help of the Superbet Foundation, the Imunis Dragons continue their training both indoors and outdoors for this competition. It will be a historic moment for our partners, and we are keeping our fingers crossed for an honorable competition next year.


Race for Cure 2022 – Superbet Foundation together with more than 20 stars and personalities from Romania are raising money for the prevention and fight against cancer

The Superbet Foundation, represented by the president Augusta Dragic, together with stars and personalities such as Andreea Esca, Mihaela Geoană, Cristiana Copos, Camelia Șucu, Anamaria Popescu (Brînza), Dana Deac, Dana Rogoz, Adelina Pestrițu, Anca Serea, Sabina Iosub, Mihaela Bîrzilă , Smaranda Vornicu-Shalit, Laura Fronoiu, Sonia Argint Ionescu, Liana Stanciu, Oana Tache, Roxana Voloseniuc, Nicola and Silvia Dumitrescu join the RACE FOR CURE event, organized by the Renașterea Foundation, on June 5, at the “Iolanda Balaș Soter” stadium in Bucharest. It will be a special race through which donations will be collected to help women in Romania have access to investigations and treatments to prevent and fight breast and cervical cancer.

Romania thus joins the 32 European countries in the international charity event “Race for the Cure”, now in its eighth edition, which resumes this year in physical format.

Also, the 2022 edition is held under the auspices of the Presidential Administration, the Patronage of the Italian Embassy in Bucharest and has as institutional partners the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, the Romanian Olympic and Sports Committee, the Romanian Athletics Federation.

In the days leading up to the event on June 5, the co-founder and president of the Superbet Foundation, Augusta Dragic, a surgeon, wanted to share the specialist’s perspective on the importance of regular medical check-ups.

“For the third consecutive year, we support the Campaigns dedicated to Women’s Health. Screening can prevent thousands of cancer deaths. We now have modern mammography programs that can reduce breast cancer mortality by more than 40%, according to current statistics. In fact, the more than 50% decrease in the incidence and mortality of cervical cancer in the last 3 decades is largely due to screening with the Pap test. There are only a few numbers that I mention to remind you what we all know – good guard, prevention in this case, passes the bad danger”, Dragic commented.

For his part, Mr. Dr. Marius Geantă, the president of InoMed – Center for Innovation in Medicine, spoke to us about personalized prevention and how people with influence in social media and, in general, with notoriety in the public space, can keep their healthy online communities.

In addition to attending the physical race in Bucharest, residents from other cities or the diaspora can support and donate to Romanian women for the prevention and fight against breast and cervical cancer, through the European platform. Registrations and donations for Romania can also be made on the website. One registration in the race is 50 lei and will turn into a Babes-Pap test, and 4 registrations will be equivalent to a mammogram.


The participants in the race on June 5, at the “Iolanda Balaș Soter” Stadium, will enjoy, together with family, colleagues, friends, a lot of surprises – warm-up program with music, educational games and fun activities for children, photo fun booth , obviously prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each category (women and men – 5,000 m, winners in the fight against cancer – 2,500 m, girls 5-7 years, 8-10 years, 11-14 years – 2,500 m, Boys 5-7 years, 8-10 years, 11-14 years – 2,500 m).

For the employees of the Superbet Group who register for the “Race for Cure”, the Superbet Foundation will donate the registration fees, to encourage as many colleagues as possible to participate.

“In recent years, Superbet had the largest team at “Race for Cure”. And this year we hope it will be the same, especially since we are returning to the physical format. In the Superbet family, all colleagues are encouraged to exercise, to have a healthy lifestyle and also to help every time they have the opportunity”, says Dragic.