The following post first appeared on the Canadian Meso blog, which is a part of the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network‘s recent project committed to providing survivors, patients, families, and the wider public with information and news about asbestos and mesothelioma. In April 2013, CBC News published an article about the possible end of Quebec’s asbestos
Webinar: How To Use Social Media To Influence Decision-Makers The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network is offering a series of eight advocacy webinars designed to give you information to help you become an effective advocate. These webinars are supported by Novartis Canada, and each focuses on a different aspect of the advocacy process. Our most recent
One of the most widely iconic styles of summer is a chic pair of sunglasses, but they are not all created equal. The Canadian Dermatology Association (CDA) wants to remind Canadians that the eyes are at just as high a risk for sun damage and cancer as the rest of the body’s other sun-exposed areas.
June 2, 2013 – Today, prostate and breast cancer survivors from across the country are marking National Cancer Survivors Day by shining a light on the importance of bone health in advanced cancer, and encouraging other survivors to talk to their physicians about protecting their bones. “It’s not often that breast and prostate survivors come