Events

REMINDER! CADTH COVID-19 Webinar: Does the Evidence Support the Hype?

Speakers: Dr. Gordon H. Guyatt, McMaster University Dr. Tarry Ahuja, CADTH Heather Logan, CADTH The magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic globally is generating considerable interest in options to prevent infection and minimize the impact if infection occurs. Pre-exposure prophylaxis and post-exposure treatment with a group of drugs called antivirals, sometimes in combination with an antibiotic, have been the subject of public debate and, at times,

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Register for Ottawa’s Relay for Life, June 5th 2020!

Relay For Life is an inspirational, non-competitive, 6-hour fundraising event that brings communities together to celebrate cancer survivorship and support those impacted by cancer. Each year, teams participate in the dynamic Relay For Life event by completing laps around the Relay track, taking part in fun activities, refueling with delicious food, while creating a community of support and hope for each participant impacted by cancer. Relay For Life welcomes survivors, their loved ones, and participants who want to be a part of this cancer changing event to join us in Ottawa on June 5th, 2020 at the Terry Fox Athletic Facility, 2960 Riverside Drive.

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Upcoming: The 35th Annual CAPO Conference

**This is a paid conference, rates can be viewed at the link provided The Annual CAPO Conference will bring together professionals from multiple health care disciplines to explore, share, learn and discuss the psychosocial aspects of cancer. Participants include researchers, clinicians, educators from cancer centres and other medical centres, and community-based organizations representing disciplines that include nursing, psychology, psychiatry, social work, spiritual care, nutrition, medicine,

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JCM Special Issue “Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship”

With this Special Issue, the Journal of Clinical Medicine hope to encourage submissions that provide new information on the needs of cancer survivors, address and focus on interventions and innovative models of survivorship care and cancer rehabilitation, and address issues related to implementation of these services.

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Register now for Cycle Camelot 2020 – Fundraiser for the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre!

Cycle Camelot has united cycling enthusiasts and supporters of the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre for the past 9 years, raising over $375,000 to help support local people living with cancer, their families and caregivers. As the GBCSC’s primary fundraising event, the ride has grown to be a valued, popular, and highly anticipated event among cycling enthusiasts in Southern Ontario and beyond. Taking place in

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