CORD Webinar Pharmacare Debate Series: How PMPRB Regulates New Drug Prices: Will Changes Help or Hurt Access?
How PMPRB Regulates New Drug Prices: Will Changes Help or Hurt Access? FORMAT: Panel Debate with Discussion Point: Proposed amendments to Patented Medicines Regulations to allow for key changes to determining the Maximum List Price of prescription medicines will result in lower Canadian prices with no loss in Canadian access new medicines. Counterpoint: Canadians’ ability to access to new medicines will be severely impacted byView Event
CORD Webinar Pharmacare Debate Series: Drugs for Rare Diseases: National Pharmacare or Separate Program?
Drugs for Rare Diseases: National Pharmacare or Separate Program? FORMAT: Panel Debate with Discussion Point: Drugs for Rare Diseases or other “targeted” small patient populations should be assessed using the same processes and “cost-effectiveness” thresholds as drugs for more common conditions. Moreover, small and short clinical trials mean many of these drugs are approved with limited evidence of safety and effectiveness; access should be restrictedView Event
Last September (2017), Bladder Cancer Canada hosted the 9th Annual Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk. The walk took place in 19 communities across Canada, and was a great success! Together we raised just over $600,000. This is quite an accomplishment! We are sincerely grateful to all volunteers, walk participants and donors who help us to continue to fund our mission. Please join us thisView Event
CORD Webinar Pharmacare Debate Series: Beyond the Formulary: Smart Pharmacare for 21st Century Therapies
Beyond the Formulary: Smart Pharmacare for 21st Century Therapies FORMAT: Panel Debate with Discussion Point: Some innovative “breakthrough” therapies, including “personalised” medicines and gene therapies have the potential to dramatically improving patient outcomes or cure disease but they are being introduced at prices that are unaffordable for any publicly funded healthcare system. Moreover, at time of approval, there is little evidence of potential long-term benefitsView Event
The Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation has partnered with Living Beyond Breast Cancer to present special opportunities for those with triple negative breast cancer at the upcoming conference: Sharing Wisdom, Sharing Strength to be held September 28-30 in Philadelphia, PA. TNBC Highlights: Dedicated Sessions: At this year’s conference we will present sessions on triple-negative breast cancer that will provide you with the most current, relevant and reliable information. SessionsView Event
The World Cancer Congress (WCC) encourages effective knowledge transfer and best practices exchange amongst +3000 global cancer control and health experts. Held in Kuala Lumpur, Mylasia in 2018, the 4-day event is a beacon for cancer research across the world. Registration starts at $800, and increases in price after June 29, 2018.View Event